Part 2:SAP Business objects: Let’s make installation simple with combination of Linux and ASE DB
Hello and welcome back!!!
This is part 2 of the blog series installing Business Object on ASE+Linux
Now that your server is ready to install ASE Database, let’s get started…
Log in to the database server as the user you created before. (example:DBSID)
Go to the installation source directory and run ./setup.bin
Please go to the following step, where you will be asked to specify the installation path as shown below.
Select Full – All the common application fetures will be installed selection and press Next
In my case I am not installing host agent so select No and press Next
Provide license details
Provide license key and select license type (In ma case I am skipping it for now)
Select No on SySAM Notification and press install button
Wait till installation completes
It’s time to configure ASE once the installation is complete.
The following screen will appear as soon as the installation is complete.
Deselect “Setup ASE HADR” and continue
Because you’ve already logged in with the user you created for your instance, choose No on this page.
Select the path of Data Directory as below
Configure New SAP ASE database now shown as below
Click Ok on warning message
Continue with configuration
Configure Backup server
Configure XP server
Configure Job Scheduler
Click Next on user screen
Configure Cockpit Host and port
Cockpit user passwords
Verify all parameters and click next
Wait till process finish
Successful installation screen will be next if everything is okey 🙂
The next step after installation is to build the CMS and CMSAUDIT databases for SAP Business Objects.