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Connect CDC Installation Guide

Product type
Software
Portfolio
Integrate
Product family
Connect
Product
Connect > Connect CDC (MIMIX Share)
Version
5.8
Language
English
Product name
Connect CDC
Title
Connect CDC Installation Guide
Copyright
2023
First publish date
2003
ft:lastEdition
2023-09-11
ft:lastPublication
2023-09-11T16:55:56.594134

The Install Wizard installs Connect CDC Director, and the Connect CDC Java components and supporting applications on your Windows machine.

  1. Download the Connect CDC install package and run the WinInstaller setup.exe file to install on your local Windows machine.

    The Connect CDC Install Wizard runs and displays the Connect CDC Welcome screen.

  2. Click Next.

    The license agreement screen displays.

  3. Click Yes to accept the License Agreement.

    The Choose Destination Location screen displays. It enables you to change the Connect CDC install directory.

  4. Enter the Connect CDC install directory. To change the directory, click Browse and select or type an alternate directory location.

  5. Click Next.
    The License File screen displays.

  6. Do one of the following:
    1. If you have received a license key file for the product, browse to, or enter its location and specify the name of the file.
    2. Select No, do not install the license file at this time. This is the default.
  7. Click Next.

    The Select components screen displays.



  8. Select the components to install in any combination on your machine.
  9. Click Next.

    The OS400 install properties screen displays.



  10. Click Next to treat the binary FOR BIT data values as characters on OS400 hosts.

    The Select Databases screen displays. This screen enables you to select which databases will be used with the product. This screen only displays if the Data Movement Kernel is selected to be installed with the product.



  11. If you select Microsoft SQL Server database and intend to create a new remote MS SQL server:
    • Use the Connect CDC Install Wizard to install the appropriate JDBC drivers. The JDBC drivers are required to access the remote instance of MS SQL Server. This must be done even if MS SQL Server is not installed on the remote host. Configure MS SQL Server during the install of the software on the remote host windows machine. Specifically, configure MS SQL Server to install the appropriate JDBC drivers for MS SQL Server on the remote host. For more information, refer to the section, “Create a New MS SQL Server” in Chapter 2, Defining a Model, of the Getting Started Guide.

    • You must install additional software to use the BCP utility for remote loading. Download and install the “Microsoft Command Line Utilities” software package that includes the BCP utility. This software is not provided by the Connect CDC install program. The “Microsoft Command Line Utilities” software package must be installed on the remote host machine that is applying the data to the remote MS SQL Server instance. Refer to the “Microsoft Command Line Utilities 11 for SQL Server” website for more information.

  12. Click Next.The Required Startup options screen displays. Proceed step 20.
  13. If you select an Oracle database and intend to create a new remote Oracle server, you must install the appropriate JDBC drivers. The JDBC driver is required to access the remote instance of Oracle. This must be done even if Oracle is not installed on the remote host. For Windows you can use the Connect CDC Install Wizard to install the appropriate JDBC drivers. For Linux and Unix you must manually download the JDBC drivers. For more information, refer to Install on UNIX and Linux . You can also refer to the section, “Create a New Oracle Server” in Chapter 2, Defining a Model, of the Getting Started Guide.
  14. Click Next.The Required Startup options screen displays. Proceed to step 20.
  15. If you select Teradata and click Next, the Required Startup options screen displays. Proceed to step 20.
  16. If you select a Db2 database, and click Next, the Db2 Path Configuration screen displays. Proceed to step 17. If you select any of the other databases, and click Next, the Required Startup options screen displays. Proceed to step 20.
  17. Enter or browse to the Db2 JDBC Driver Path and Db2 Bin Path.
    Note: The installer will attempt to populate the values from the registry if Db2 is installed.


  18. If you select Target-only installation for Db2, use the following window to enter Db2 JDBC Driver Path: for remote hosting.

  19. If you select a Db2 for z/OS database and click Next, the Db2 for z/OS Path Configuration screen displays. Enter or browse to the Db2 for z/OS JDBC Driver Path.
  20. Click Next.

    The Select Streaming Platforms screen displays.



  21. Click Next.
    The Select Data Warehouse Platforms dialog displays.

  22. If you plan to apply data changes to a Snowflake target, select Snowflake as your data warehouse, then click Next.
    The Required Startup options dialog displays.

    Enter the minimum and maximum amounts of memory, in megabytes, that can be allocated to the kernel. We recommend that the maximum allocation be equal to the minimum allocation for performance efficiency. 1024MB is the default minimum and maximum value. You can change these values, but lower values may impact performance and higher values are subject to the memory limit on the machine where Connect CDC runs.

    If port 51701 is already in use, enter another port number, for example, 12345 or 54321. Verification of the Connect CDC Listener port must succeed; if it does not, the install fails.

    Note: The memory configuration is subject to change depending on the size of your model and data volume.
  23. Click Next
    The Advanced Listener startup options window displays.

  24. Set the Encryption option for Connect CDC Listener communications. Select Use encrypted communications to enforce authenticated and encrypted communications.

    These settings apply to the Connect CDC Listener. The host definition in the Enterprise Data Movement Model (EDMM) must use the same encryption setting as was defined for Connect CDC Listener.

  25. Click Next.
    The installer displays the Credential Manager Option dialog.

  26. Click Select to use CyberArk to manage security credentials.

    By default, no Credential Management option is selected.

  27. Click Next.

    The Select program folder dialog displays.

  28. Enter the name of the folder into which the Connect CDC icons and shortcuts are installed, then click Next.
    The Start copying files window displays. It lists the Connect CDC components that will be installed. Click Back to navigate to any screen and re-select options or components.

  29. Click Next to start the install.

    The Setup Status window indicates the progress of the install.

    As the install completes, the Setup Status window displays.

    Once the install completes the InstallShield Wizard Complete screen displays. Click Finish to exit the wizard.

    Note: If you chose to install on a server with an Oracle database, additional windows prompt you for Oracle log parameters. See Configurator for Oracle installs.
    Note: If you chose to connect to CyberArk to manage security credentials, an additional windows prompts you for CyberArk connection parameters. See Configurator for CyberArk installs.
  30. Click Finish to complete the install.