Setting Product Data Extraction and Archive Locations - spectrum_platform - 23 - 23.1

Spectrum Installation Guide for Windows

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This procedure describes how to set the folder locations that a Spectrum server uses for its Spectrum Product Data (SPD).

We recommend different locations for the Spectrum install and the Spectrum archive and extract folders. You must be a Spectrum Technology Platform administrator (admin) to perform this task.

The Spectrum Technology Platform has Command Line Interface (CLI) commands for setting the SPD file archive location and for setting the extract location. You only need to run the product data extract, and product data archive commands once to set the extract and archive locations. Spectrum remembers these locations for future Spectrum Product Data (SPD) installations.

To set the data file archive location and extract locations:

  1. Verify that the Spectrum Technology Platform server is running before you begin.
  2. Open a command-line window.
  3. Connect to the Spectrum server by typing this command:
    connect --h servername:port --u username --p password --s SSLtrueFalse
    For example,
    connect --h myserver:8080 --u admin --p myPassword1 --s false
  4. Establish the extract location for the data on the server by typing:
    productdata extract register --p product --d directory
    For example,
    productdata extract register --p platform --d E:/SpatialFiles/SpectrumDataStorage
  5. Establish the archive location for the data on the server by typing:
    productdata archive register --p product --d directory
    For example,
    productdata archive register --p platform --d E:/SpatialFiles/Archive

You are now ready to install Spectrum Product Data (SPD). For details, see Installing Spectrum Product Data