|Acrolinx Server||Version 2.10 or later|
- Prepare your Oracle database.
- Edit the Acrolinx database configuration properties.
Preparing your Oracle database
To prepare an external Oracle database for storing terminology, follow these steps:
Create a new empty database on your database server with the name of your choice.
We recommend selecting UTF-8 encoding for the database as this encoding type guarantees the ability to store terms in any language.
Ensure that the user name for the terminology database is different to the user name for the reporting database. In Oracle databases, user names are associated with a specific database schema.
Configure a user name and password which has full write permissions on your new database.
Editing the Acrolinx database configuration properties
You can configure a connection to an external terminology database by creating an overlay of the installed persistence properties file. You update the persistence properties overlay with the connection details for your database and restart the Acrolinx Server.
To configure the Acrolinx Terminology Manager to connect to your database, follow these steps:
- Stop the core server.
Open your overlay of the following file:
If you have not yet created an overlay of this file, create a new version of the file at the following location:
You can copy the installed version of this file from the following location:
Do not edit the installed version of the file. Instead, always edit your overlay copy in the configuration directory.
Add the following properties:
terminology.dbType=ORACLE terminology.jdbcUser=<DATABASE_USERNAME> terminology.jdbcPassword=<DATABASE_PASSWORD> terminology.jdbcUrl=jdbc:oracle:thin:@<IP_ADDRESS>:<DB_PORT>:<DB_NAME>
terminology.dbType=ORACLE terminology.jdbcUser=termadmin terminology.jdbcPassword=jama7UrU terminology.jdbcUrl=jdbc:oracle:thin:@192.168.0.37:1521:TERMS
- Save your changes and restart the core server.
Check the core server log file for any errors or warnings.