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Enterprise scenario: Set up the Access Control Database, and Shared File Cache (Forms 3.0)
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November 15, 2010
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To set up the Log Server, Access Control Database, and Shared File Cache:
1. Install the Log Server
1. Reboot the server immediately before installation.
2. Insert the Lotus® Forms Server for AIX® CD.
3. Run the installer
to accept the default installation directory.
5. Select only the
and then click
2. Install the Access Control Database
1. Install DB2.
For detailed installation instructions, see
Installing information management software
DB2® information center
2. Configure DB2
. For detailed configuration instructions, see
Configuring information management software
DB2® information center
3. Set up the Shared File Cache
1. Set up a directory for the Shared File Cache.
2. Share the directory so the Translator servers can access it and set appropriate permissions.
For more information on setting up the Shared File Cache, see
Setting up the Shared File Cache
Lotus® Forms information center
Setting up the servers
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