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Installation Worksheet

Use the following tables to help prepare for and perform the installation of Framework components:

Installation Overview

Installation Summary
Person responsible
Start date
Completion date
Database information Refer to Database Information
Licensing information Refer to Licensing Information
Application configuration Refer to Application Configuration Parameters
Program folders (for Windows applications only) Refer to Windows Application Program Folders

Database Information

Parameter Value Description
Config Database Log Database
DBMS Name The name or alias identifying the SQL server DBMS that handles the database.
  • For DB2, this value should be set to the name or alias-name of the database specified in the db2 client configuration.
  • For Microsoft SQL, this value should be set to the name of the SQL server (usually the same as the host name of the computer on which Microsoft SQL runs).
  • For Oracle, it is the SID or the net service name as specified in the tnsnames.ora file.
  • For PostgreSQL, this value should be set to the name of the PostgreSQL server (usually the same as the host name of the computer on which PostgreSQL runs).
DBMS Type The name of the database as it is specified in your DBMS. This value is required for all database types except Oracle. For DB2, Microsoft SQL, and PostgreSQL, this value is the name of the database where the client will connect.
User Name The user name established to access the database.
Password The password used for accessing the database.

Licensing Information

Licensing Information
Parameter Value
License Manager
host                
port
License Files
Full path and filename
Full path and filename
Full path and filename

Application Configuration Parameters

When completing this table, remember that:

  • All applications must be configured in the Configuration Layer unless otherwise noted.
  • Host name or IP address can be specified as the value for the host parameter.
  • Application port and working directory are only specified for server applications.
  • Working directory is the full path to the directory in which the application is installed and/or is to be running.
Application Type Application Name Application Host Application Port Working Directory
Configuration Layer Components
Configuration Server, Primary, for Configuration Database (configured via configuration file)
Configuration Server, Backup, for Configuration Database (configured via configuration file)
Management Layer Components
Local Control Agent Not applicable Configured in Host properties Not applicable
Database Access Point Not applicable
Message Server, Primary
Message Server, Backup
Solution Control Server, Primary
Solution Control Server, Backup
SNMP Master Agent, Primary
SNMP Master Agent, Backup
User Interaction Layer Components
Genesys Administrator Not applicable
Media Layer Components
T-Server, Primary, for switch ...
T-Server, Backup, for switch ...
T-Server, Primary, for switch ...
T-Server, Backup, for switch ...
Services Layer Components
Stat Server, Primary
Stat Server, Backup

Windows Application Program Folders

Application Application Program Folder
Configuration Layer Components
Configuration Server, Primary, for Configuration Database (configured via configuration file)
Configuration Server, Backup, for Configuration Database (configured via configuration file)
Management Layer Components
Local Control Agent
Database Access Point
Message Server, Primary
Message Server, Backup
Solution Control Server, Primary
Solution Control Server, Backup
SNMP Master Agent, Primary
SNMP Master Agent, Backup
User Interaction Layer Components
Genesys Administrator
Media Layer Components
T-Server, Primary, for switch ...
T-Server, Backup, for switch ...
T-Server, Primary, for switch ...
T-Server, Backup, for switch ...
Services Layer Components
Stat Server, Primary
Stat Server, Backup
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