Summary


This article describes the Repositories section under System used to create or switch to another InfoBurst database repository. See Repository Management for additional details about managing an InfoBurst repository.



Create a New Repository


Create a new blank repository. This process will delete any existing tables in the database or schema.

  • Select New Repository
  • Type: Select the repository type
  • Server: Enter a Database Connection String 
  • Database (SQL Server): Enter database name
  • User/Password: Enter database credentials (Leave credentials blank to use the InfoBurst service account for Windows authentication to SQL Server)
  • Select Save
  • Review the resulting dialogue and select Continue
  • Select Switch to connect to the new repository


The InfoBurst service will restart automatically and the user interface automatically reload.



Connect to an Existing Repository


This option is used to connect to an existing repository that is not listed under Repository Connection.

  • Select Connect Repository
  • Server: Enter a Database Connection String 
  • Database (SQL Server): Enter database name
  • User/Password: Enter database credentials (Leave credentials blank to use the InfoBurst service account for Windows authentication to SQL Server)
  • Select Save
  • Review the resulting dialogue and select Continue
  • Select Switch to connect to the repository


The InfoBurst service will restart automatically and the user interface automatically reload.


Switch to an Existing Repository


This option is used to connect to an existing repository that is listed under Repository Connection. The InfoBurst service will be automatically restarted. Active user sessions and running jobs will be terminated.

  • Select the repository connection
  • Select Switch (right panel)
  • Review the resulting dialogue and select Continue


The InfoBurst service will restart automatically and the user interface automatically reload.


See Also


Repository Management

System Backup & Restoration