Setting up database storageAdded by IBM on August 31, 2010 | Version 1 (Original)
|Follow these general steps to set up database storage.
Follow these general steps to set up database storage.
- Create the profile data tables and stored procedures.
You can create the profile data tables and stored procedures in a database by executing the SQL scripts provided using the database's supported tools. If you are using a DB2 database, you must add connection information at the top of the script before running it to specify your database name and user name. You might need to customize all scripts according to your specific configuration and requirements. If you so alter any table structures in the scripts, make sure that corresponding source code in stored procedures is also updated to support your changes.
IBM® WebSphere® Portlet Factory database scripts are located in the following directory: WEB-INF\\factory\\scripts
- Configure a WebSphere Portlet Factory user on Oracle.
Now execute the profile sets in a DB scripts using the user you have created.
- Modify WebSphere Portlet Factory properties for database operation.
- Verify JDBC driver paths.
- Migrate profile sets to and from a database.
Parent topic: Profiling IBM WebSphere Portlet Factory applications: wpf7