Managing pureQuery-enabled applications efficiently, Part 1, Set up an SQL management repository using an Ant script

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Patrick Titzler and Soid Quintero

Date archived: January 10, 2017 | First published: January 27, 2011

IBM® Optim™ Development Studio and the pureQuery Runtime include a command-line utility called ManageRepository that can be used to create, modify, export, import, and delete pureQuery metadata stored in the SQL management repository. Setting up an SQL management repository can be challenging using the ManageRepository utility command script. This tutorial shows you how to create and manage an SQL repository using an Ant script. You will also learn how to run the Ant script from within IBM Optim Development Studio.

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ArticleTitle=Managing pureQuery-enabled applications efficiently, Part 1: Set up an SQL management repository using an Ant script