Creating a new federated database

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To create a Federated Database, you will need to use the oonewfd tool.

As an example, we will use the oonewfd command to create a Federated Database with a boot file called “test.boot" and a system-database file called “test.fdb”. The Federated Database will use a host called “objyhost” as the lock server and this Federated Database will be identified with the id 52 (be sure to give each of your Federated Databases a unique id to allow the lock sever to differentiate between them):

oonewfd test.boot –fdfilepath test.fdb –lockserver objyhost -fdnum 52

The output from the command line should look like this:


C:\>oonewfd test.boot -fdfilepath test.fdb -lockserver objyhost
Objectivity/DB (TM) Create Federated Database Utility, Version: 9.4.1
Copyright (c) Objectivity, Inc 1993, 2008. All rights reserved.

Federated Database "test.boot" created.

For more information about oonewfd, bootfile, or system database, please refer to Objectivity/DB Administration Guide or the FAQ section.

 

Date: 
Monday, October 22, 2012
Product: 
Objectivity/DB
Version: 
10.2.1
10.2