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Trillium Quality for Dynamics Installation and Developer Guide

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To deploy your project, you must specify the hosts on which the project can be deployed. If your Trillium tables or GAV tables are stored on a remote host, you must also set up that host.

Once a host has been configured, it will be listed in the Preconfigured Hosts list near the top of the window and can be selected in future sessions.

To set up hosts

  1. Click Setup Hosts and Security, located near the bottom of the Project Deployment Manager window. The Setup window opens.

  2. Enter the name of a machine on which the project will be run or on which your tables are stored. To run a project, the host machine must have EDQ installed.

    Note: If you are setting up a remote Windows host, ensure that your User ID is in that machine’s administrator group, and that the remote machine is on the same network as your machine. If this is not the case, you can manually deploy, as described in Deploying Manually.
  3. Entering a port number is optional. If no port is specified, the default is zero. If you are setting up a host in order to access your tables, accept the default of zero.

  4. Click Add. The host is added to the list of deployment hosts in the left pane of the window.

  5. Add additional hosts if desired.

  6. To remove a host, select the host in the left pane and click Remove. The servers associated with that host will be automatically removed from the right pane.

  7. When you have finished adding or removing hosts, click OK.

When the Project Deployment Manager window opens, notice that the hosts have been added to the list in the top pane.

Hosts Added