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  1. Download the Database Connector Standalone bundle.
  2. Unzip the database.zip file to a location of your choice. We will refer to this directory as <db-home>
  3. Install the JDBC Driver
  4. Choose one of these methods to start the connector:

    • Method 1: Using java in a command window
      1. Navigate to <db-home>\database-connector-2.5.x .Type java -jar database.war
    • Method 2: for Windows OS
      1. Double click the <db-home>\database-connector-2.5.x\Install-Service.bat file to install the connector as a Windows service. Click the Start-DBConnector-Service.bat to start it

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        The Standalone Database Connector bundle includes the files shown in the image:

        Note the files in the database-connector-2.5.x directory that are used to manage the Database Connector as services on *nix and Windows operating systems: These files should be run as an administrator.

        • Install-Service.bat - installs the Database Connector on a Windows system as a service named frevvo Database Connector.

        • Uninstall-service.bat - uninstalls the frevvo Database Connector on a Windows operating system

        • Start-DB Connector-Service.bat - starts the frevvo Database Connector on a Windows operating system

        • Start-DBConnector.sh - starts the frevvo Database Connector as a *nix console instance.

        • Restart-DBConnector-Service.bat - restarts the frevvo Database Connector on a Windows operating system

        • Restart-DBConnector.sh - restarts the frevvo Database Connector as a *nix console instance.

        • Stop-DBConnector-Service.bat - stops the frevvo Database Connector on a Windows operating system.

        • Stop-DbConnector.sh - stops the frevvo Database Connector *nix console instance.



    • Method 3: for *nix OS
      1. Execute the  DB Connector.sh shell script for Unix/Linux operating systems.
    • Method 4: for Linux
      1. The Database Connector can also run as a service under Linux systemd

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    It is possible to manage the Database Connector using systemd ‘service’ scripts.

    1. Copy the sample service file located in /bin/dbconnector.service to /etc/systemd/system
    2. Review its contents and
    3. Make sure it is executable.

    You can now use systemd to manage the dbconnector service:

    • systemctl start dbconnector.service

    • systemctl stop dbconnector.service

    • systemctl restart dbconnector.service

    • systemctl status dbconnector.service

    To flag the service to start automatically on system boot use the following command:

    Code Block
    systemctl enable dbconnector.service

    Consult the service unit configuration page for more details.


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