I just installed WAS 8.5.0 + 184.108.40.206 update pack, then CQ 8.0.1 + 220.127.116.11 FP on top of it. I can get to the web page at http://xxx/cqweb, but there was never anywhere I had to put in connection information for the web server to use for the database, so there are no repositories available. This is a Linux RHEL 6.4 installation. How do I go about creating the initial connection information for the web server to use so I can access my repositories? The database is on another machine.
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pdubovitsky 100000N35Y376 Posts
Re: cqweb initial database/repository connection2014-03-25T17:57:52ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
You can use cqreg utility to configure database connection.
keshav dileep - IBM Support 27000642W92 Posts
Re: cqweb initial database/repository connection2014-03-26T05:07:59ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
Follow the checklist steps from the below link to configure your CQ Repository and Database, as suggested you will need Windows Administrative host to complete the process
pradpara 270005F1BY5 Posts
Re: cqweb initial database/repository connection2014-03-26T18:06:25ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
The Linux machine does not have ClearQuest Administration tools available in it. We normally create a connection to the database using ClearQuest Maintainance tool which is not available in Linux. So you would need a Windows machine with the ClearQuest Administration tools. Once you have it, Create your new schema repositories or import the profile of your existing connections in it. Once you do this, You should use a utility called cqreg mentioned in the below technote to add those connections into your Linux Web server machine.
Hope this helps.