Create a new Repository (Oracle)

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This page shows how to create a repository stored in Oracle Database.

  • Access the VG Win Console application using the path Start > All Programs > Novalys > Visual Guard > Visual Guard Console
  • The VG Win Console will open.
  • Access the Add Repository option using one of the options below:
    • Select the Add repository option from File Menu. (A)

OR

    • Right click on the ‘Visual Guard Console’ in the Left Navigation Panel and select Add repository option from the Popup Menu. (A).

OR

    • Click “add repository” . (C)
  • The Repository Creation Wizard screen will be displayed as shown below.
  • The wizards will automatically walk you through the repository creation.
  • Click “Next >”  to access the Next screen.
  • Select highlighted 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 an Oracle Repository.
  • Click “Next >”  to specify the server name as well as the username and password required to access the repository; 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\Oracle.
  • Specify the Server Name in the option (A). This server contains the objects of the database necessary to store the Visual Guard repository.
  • Select the Authentication Mode (B).
  • Two types of database authentication modes are available namely Oracle Authentication and Windows Authentication Mode (B).
  • You can select either of the available authentication modes. Specify the username and password that will be used to connect to the server.
  • Specify the schema name.
  • If the Schema Name field is empty, Visual Guard will create the structure in the schema of the User Name specified in the wizard.
  • Click “Next >”  to select the Authentication Mode.
  • Visual Guard offers three types of authentication modes Visual Guard Authentication Mode (A), Windows Authentication Mode (B), and Database Authentication Mode (C) for Oracle Repository.
  • User can select all three or either of the available options.
  • Click “Next >”  to specify 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 the Authentication Modes selected by you.
    • Specify a user name and password. This option will be available in case 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 the database should be specified. 
  • Click “Finish”  to complete the Repository Creation Process.
  • Once you click on the Finish Visual Guard will create the structure of the repository in the database.
  • The users 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 the Visual Guard Console.

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