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Setting Up Microsoft SQL Server for AGS Usage Database (optional)
The GeoSystems Monitor can be configured to store AGS Usage information in either a SQLite database or a Microsoft SQL Server / SQL Server Express database (ver. 2008 and higher).
For small clients with minimal AGS usage, or clients with one AGS server with a light load, the SQLite database option should be sufficient.
For all others, a full RDBMS solution is recommended, because of the amount of information that will be stored and reported on.
To use the RDBMS option, the following steps need to be performed prior to trying to implement AGS Usage activity:
Setup and configure a Microsoft SQL Server (MSSQL) DB (either SQL Server or SQL Server Express will work):
Optional RDBMS Report Database setup for MS SQL server (or SQLExpress)
1. Open up SQL Management Studio and add a new database on your SQL Server:
Initial size and file location can be your environments defaults. File will grow over time.
2. Run SQL script (in SQL Mngt Studio) to add table structure to new database (3 tables).
VESTRA_CreateTables_for_GeoMonAGSStats_MSSQL.sql located in the GeoSystems Monitor\Documentation\UsageDBs_RDBMS folder.
3. Either add user to SQL server manually and give database write access to GeoMonAGSStats
Or run script provided to add user: VESTRA_CreateUser_for_GeoMonAGSStats_MSSQL located in the GeoSystems Monitor\Documentation\UsageDBs_RDBMS folder.
4. The next step needs to be done on the Web Server that the GeoSystems Monitor is running on.
NOTE the sysWOW – this is for the *** 32 bit ODBC Connection ***
* There is a shortcut in the GeoSystems Monitor\Documentation\UsageDBs_RDBMS folder
Go to the SYSTEM DSN tab and click [Add]
Select SQL Server and click [Finish].
Fill out the below information
Name: The name of the connection that will be entered into the GSM points
Input the credentials to connect to the Report DB (created earlier)
Select Database for ODBC connection to connect to: Database created earlier
Create New Data Source:
Summary of ODBC Connection just created.
Click [Test Data Source]
You must have a Successful test to utilize the RDBMS option for reporting.
The connection name created here is entered in Each Point configured for AGS Usage Statistics.