Create databasesCreate databases for the applications that you plan to install. You can use the database wizard or run the SQL scripts that are provided with IBM Connections.
Note: If you are migrating from Lotus Connections version 2.5, do not complete the tasks for creating databases. The migration process manages those tasks automatically.
Each IBM Connections application requires its own database, except Mobile, Moderation, News, and Search. The Mobile and Moderation applications do not have an associated database or content store, while the News and Search applications share the HOMEPAGE database.
The database wizard automates the process of creating databases for the applications that you plan to install. It is a more reliable method for creating databases because it validates the databases as you create them.
Consult your database documentation for detailed information about preparing your databases.
Note: You must have already created and started a database instance before you can create databases.
Complete the procedures that are appropriate for your deployment:
Create multiple database instances
Create multiple instances of a database for a more versatile database environment.
Registering the DB2 product license key
Register the DB2 product license key for the version of DB2 that is included with IBM Connections.
Create a dedicated DB2 user
Create a dedicated IBM DB2 database user named lcuser with restricted privileges.
Create databases with the database wizard
Use the database wizard to create databases for the IBM Connections features.
Create databases with SQL scripts
Create IBM Connections databases using the SQL scripts that are provided on the installation media.
Parent topicPre-installation tasks
Preparing to configure the LDAP directory
Install IBM WAS
Setting up federated repositories
Populating the Profiles database