Installing the GRAT Component
- To run the the installation package for the GRAT, after the applications are configured in Configuration Manager.
- Creating the Rules Repository Database
- Creating the GRAT Application Objects in Configuration Manager
- From the host on which the GRAT is to be installed, locate and double-click Setup.exe in the rulesauthoring folder of the Genesys Rules System CD.
- Click Next on the Welcome screen of the installation wizard.
- Enter the connection parameters to connect to Configuration Server (Host, Port, User name, and Password).
- On the Client Side Port Configuration screen, if you do not want to configure client-side port parameters, leave the checkbox empty and click Next. If you do want to configure these settings, select the checkbox to display to additional options: Port and IP Address. Enter values for these options and click Next.
- Select the GRAT application that you created in Creating the GRAT Application Objects in Configuration Manager. Click Next.
- Specify the destination directory for the installation, or accept the default location, and click Next.
- Enter the host and port of the optional backup Configuration Server and click Next.
- Enter the number of times that the GRAT Server application should attempt to reconnect to Configuration Server (Attempts) and the amount of time (Delay) between attempts. Click Next.
- On the screen that is shown in Creating the GRAT Application Objects in Configuration Manager enter the name of the rules authoring client application and click Next.
- Select the database engine that you used to create the Rules Repository database in Creating the Rules Repository Database, and click Next.
- Enter the following connection details and then click Next:
ImportantThe values provided for the following properties (Connector Class and Database URL) are examples only. Consult the database vendor's jdbc documentation for detailed information specific to your database type. See this table for example values for the supported database types.
- Connector class - The connector class will differ depending on the database type. See this table for examples.
- Database URL - The database URL will depend on the database type. See this table for examples.
ImportantConsult the database vendor's JDBC documentation for detailed information specific to your database type.
ImportantWhere GRAT is going to run under JBOSS, you must put the JDBC driver library .jar either in a location that is part of the GRAT application's classpath or directly into the .war, rather than creating and configuring a datasource.
- User Name - The user name that is used to connect to the database. The user must have write permissions on the database created in Creating the Rules Repository Database.
- Password - The password that is used to connect to the database
Creating GRAT Application Objects in Configuration Manager Example Values for Database Connection Parameters
This page was last modified on November 11, 2013, at 07:30.