Installation worksheet

Use this worksheet as a single place to collect all the information you will need while doing an installation of Sterling Order Management System Software Professional Edition

Table 1. Installation worksheet
Description References Your Notes
Memory parameter settings for your operating system:



For more nformation, see sandbox.cfg Installation Properties. For information about other system requirements, go to the IBM® Support Portal at  
Location to use for shared resources directory, if default would cause issues with previously installed products or versions (see the Installation Manager documentation for more information)

IBM Installation Manager information center:
Path to and name of directory where you plan to install Sterling Order Management System Software software. Installation directory permissions and considerations  
Do you want to install for a sharded database environment?    
Are you doing an upgrade from a prior version of Sterling Order Management System Software? If you are doing an upgrade, stop and review Assessing migration for Sterling Order Management System Software before proceeding with the upgrade.  
Are you going to manually or automatically apply database definition language (DDL) statements (schema) to the database? About applying database definition language (DDL) statements after a Windows installation  
Location of JDK on your system. (Use a pathname with no spaces.)    
Record the following information about your Oracle or Db2 database. This information may be case sensitive.    
Database user name and password (you should keep the password in a separate place for security purposes, instead of writing it here)    
Database catalog name This is typically the database name; also known as SERVICE_NAME or SID in some versions of Oracle.  
Database host name (or IP address)    
Oracle: Absolute path and file name for the JDBC driver file.    
Db2: Absolute paths and file names for the JDBC driver file and license file.    
Database schema owner    
Db2 only: Do you want to use multibyte support?    
If you are planning a sharded database deployment, determine and record the database information for five separate shards: Metadata, Statistics, Configuration, Master, and Transaction.  
Are you planning to run a silent installation? Performing a silent installation