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Figure 2-8. The Client Type page of the Client Setup Wizard
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5. The next page of the wizard is the Database Setup page, where you specify information about your database, as shown in Figure 2-9. In the Database Type section on the left, select the database that you have installed.
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Figure 2-9. The Database Setup page of the Client Setup Wizard
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Note It has been a long-standing tradition in the Axapta community to use an Open Database Connectivity
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Database Source Name (ODBC DSN) to connect to the installed database, and we still see people doing it. This is not necessary and actually creates a security threat, so specify the server and database information for either Oracle 9i or SQL Server.
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6. Although you could have created the database that you are going to use directly and manually using SQL Server tools, or third-party tools for that matter, you haven t done so if you are following the instructions here. Axapta s client and server installation wizards will create the database for you with the user and password specified, if you haven t done so manually. Run the wizard by clicking on the Database Wizard button shown in Figure 2-9.
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Note You can use the Database Wizard any time you need to create a database for Axapta. This is documented very briefly in document AX-300-DVG-006-v01.00-ENUS.chm, located under the \Documentation\guides folder of the distribution CD.
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7. On the next page, select your desired database type, choose Create Database, and then click Next. 8. Select your appropriate database server machine, enter the sa user ID and password, and then click Next. While we suggest going with the defaults until you are a bit more experienced, the server name specified should match the server name for the database server you will be using for your Axapta database. You can see what it is in SQL Server by looking at the SQL Server Service Manager window, as shown in Figure 2-10.
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9. You now arrive at the Select Collation page. By default, Axapta selects a Danish collation. We recommend that you select the SQL_Latin1_General_CP1250_CI_AS collation. Then click Next. 10. Continue with the defaults for the database name and file locations (assuming they are correct for your database installation), and within a few blinks of the eye, Axapta will create the default database AXDB, along with the default user bmssa, with the default password of bmssa_pwd.
Figure 2-10. SQL Server Service Manager dialog box
Note You may have noticed that one of the authors is a fan of the French comic-book series created by
Rob-Vel and popularized by Jij and by Andr Franquin and a series of other great comic artists at Dupuis, and that the server names do not match in Figures 2-9 and 2-10. This is because the two last screenshots were taken on different computers.
11. When the wizard is finished, it will display the Completing Installation page. Click the Finish button, and you will have a 2-tier installation of Axapta. If you are only installing a 2-tier setup, you can skip ahead to the Modifying Axapta section. Otherwise, continue on to install the AOS, or Server, as it is called on the Individual Component Installation page. The AOS comes as part of the base package if you have purchased an Enterprise license.
Note You would repeat these steps on all Axapta client machines where you need to install a native Windows
client. Axapta also offers a Web Deployment feature as an alternative, which is discussed in 21.
CHAPTER 2 AXAPTA INSTALLATION
Installing the Object Server Component
The server component installation follows the same steps as the client installation a large part of the way. Once again, remember to specify that it is installed in the appropriate directory: \Axapta_Server. One difference in the installation process is that the Axapta Server page is followed by the Active Directory Integration page, as shown in Figure 2-11. As you can see, the possibility of integrating Axapta with Active Directory exists. However, at this point we don t care, so simply continue by clicking the Next button.
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