Create a new Repository (SQL Server)
This page shows how to create a repository stored in SQL Server.
- Access the VG Win Console application using the path Start > All Programs > Novalys > Visual Guard > Visual Guard Console
- The VG Win console will open as shown below
- Access the Add Repository option using one of the options below:
- Select the Add repository menu from File Menu. (A)
- Right click on the ‘Visual Guard Console’ in the Left Navigation Panel and select Add repository menu from the Popup Menu. (B)
- Click “add repository” . (C)
- The Repository Creation Wizard screen will be displayed as shown below.
- The wizard will automatically walk you through the repository creation.
- Click “Next >” to access the Next screen.
- Select the option (A) from the screen to Create a new empty repository.
- Click “Next >” to select the repository type
- Select option (A) from the screen to create a SQL Server Repository.
- Click “Next >” to specify the SQL Server name as well as the username and password required to access the repository; the screen below will be displayed.
- Your Database Administrator (DBA) can create database objects manually thanks to a script provided with Visual Guard.
- The scripts are in the file <Visual Guard installation directory>\Visual Guard Console\Database\SQLServer
- For more information click:
- Specify the server location in the option (A). You can specify either the IP Address or the Server Name. This server contains the objects of the database necessary to store the Visual Guard repository.
- Select the Authentication Mode (B).
- Two types of authentication modes are available SQL Server Mode and Windows Authentication Mode (B)
- You can select one of the either authentication modes. Specify the username and password that will be used to connect to the server.
- Select the database name or enter the name of the new database where this repository is to be created by using option (A).
- Click on the “Next >” to select Authentication Mode.
- Visual Guard offers three types of authentication modes Visual Guard Authentication Mode (A), Windows Authentication Mode (B), as well as Database Authentication Mode (C) for SQL Server Repository.
- You can select all three or either of the available options.
- Click “Next >” to specify the Repository Name and Default Master User Information details
- Specify the Repository Name in the Repository Name Text Box (A).
- Specify the Default Master User Information (B)
- Select the Authentication mode (C) for which the account details are to be specified.
- The Authentication option (C) will display all Authentication Modes selected by you.
- Specify a user name and password. This option will be available in case of Visual Guard Authentication Mode is selected.
- In case of Windows Authentication Mode, the current username and password will be automatically used for authentication.
- In case Database Authentication Mode is selected then the username and password used to authenticate database should be specified.
- Click “Next >” to complete the Repository Creation Process.
- Once you click on the Next Visual Guard will create the structure of the repository in the database.
- Click “Finish” to successfully start using the repository.
- The user whose details are provided in the above screen will be able to create tables, stored procedures and role in the database.
- The Repository will be displayed in the Left Navigation Panel as well as the Main Section on the Visual Guard Console.
- To access the repository, click on option (A).
- The following login screen will open and allow you to authenticate and access the repository.
- Select the Authentication Mode and specify the username and password.
- The following details will be displayed on Visual Guard Console.