Specifying Target Directories - trillium_quality - 17.2

Trillium Director User Guide

Product type
Software
Product family
Trillium
Product
Trillium > Trillium Quality
Version
17.2
Language
English
Product name
Trillium Quality
Title
Trillium Director User Guide
Topic type
How Do I
Overview
Configuration
Reference
Administration
Installation
First publish date
2008
After host machines have been identified, you must specify the directories used for project files on each host.
Note: The Browse button used in the following steps opens the Remote Computer Browser, which allows access to remote systems without requiring mapping. The browser uses Windows shares or Linux SSH technology to allow remote browsing.

To set up directories

  1. Select a host in the top pane of the Project Deployment Manager window. (Note that you select the host by clicking on the host’s name, not by clicking the Mark checkbox.) The host name displays in the bottom pane of the window. The fields in the bottom pane reflect the settings for the selected host only.

  2. In the Target Project Directory field, enter the name of an existing directory on the selected host to receive a copy of the deployed project, or click Browse to select the directory, and click Open. When the project is deployed, a new directory, identified with the project name, will be created under this parent directory.

    Note: If you select a Linux host and attempt to browse to a directory but you have not yet set up security access, an error message displays. Click Set Up Hosts and Security and set up access, as described in Step 1: Set Up Hosts.If you select a Windows host and attempt to browse to a directory but your User ID does not have write access to the share being accessed, an error message displays. Your current User ID must be in the administrator group of the remote Windows machine.
  3. In the Software (bin) Directory field, enter or browse to the directory on the selected host where the Trillium core server is located. For example, on Windows hosts the location might be C:\Program Files\Trillium Software\EDQ\17\tsq\Software\bin. On a Linux host, the location might be /workarea/tsq/Software/bin.

  4. In the Default Server Tables Base Directory field, enter or browse to the location of your Trillium tables. If you click Browse, a Remote Postal Directory window opens.

    Figure 1. Remote Postal Directory Remote Postal Directory

    Your local machine name is displayed by default. If your tables are located on your local machine, click OK. If your tables are located on a remote host, select the machine from the Hosts list and click OK. If the host is not listed, click Cancel and set up the remote host as described on Step 1: Set Up Hosts.

  5. On the selected host, select the parent directory for the GAV (postal) tables, for example, C:\Program Files\Trillium Software\EDQ\17\tsq\tables or /workarea/tsq/tables, and click Open.

  6. Since GAV tables can be very large, they are often placed on a separate disk or a different machine. If your GAV tables are installed in a location other than your default tables directory, in the Postal Tables Base Directory field enter or browse to the parent directory in which the tables are located. If you enter a path to a remote host, you must enter a UNC (Unified Naming Convention) path. If you browse to the host, select the host from the Remote Postal Directory window. If the host is not listed, click Cancel and set up the remote host as described on Step 1: Set Up Hosts.

Once the directories are specified, you are ready to edit and generate the project.