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SQL Server 2008

ADC Installation Reference


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Contents

Contents
About this Document....................................................................................4
Summary................................................................................................................................................... 4 Audience Assumptions......................................................................................................................... 4 Installation Prerequisites........................................................................................................................... 4 Hardware/Software Requirements ........................................................................................................... 4 Database File Server Requirements .................................................................................................... 4

Installing SQL Server 2008 ..........................................................................6


Before installing SQL Server 2008 ........................................................................................................... 6 Installing SQL Server 2008....................................................................................................................... 6 Install SQL Server 2008 ....................................................................................................................... 6 Enabling the Named Pipes Communications Protocol ........................................................................... 14 Create the SQL 2008 Database ............................................................................................................. 16 Create the Database .......................................................................................................................... 16 Create Database Users and Permissions .......................................................................................... 17 About Notification Agent..................................................................................................................... 18 Create Notification Agent Database Permissions .............................................................................. 19 Restoring an SQL Server Database Backup into SQL Server 2008 ...................................................... 20 Restoring a Database Backup file into SQL Server 2008 .................................................................. 20 Update Database Users and Permissions ......................................................................................... 23 About Notification Agent..................................................................................................................... 24 Upgrade Notification Agent Database Permissions ........................................................................... 25 Creating an SQL Server 2000 Database Backup................................................................................... 26 Creating a Database Backup file........................................................................................................ 26 Creating an SQL Server 2005 Express Database Backup..................................................................... 29 Creating a Database Backup file........................................................................................................ 29 Configuring ODBC Data Sources ........................................................................................................... 32 Configuring ODBC Data Sources using an IP Address ..................................................................... 33 Configuring ODBC Data Sources using a Computer Name .............................................................. 40

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About this Document


Summary
This Installation Reference was created when installing Microsoft SQL 2008 on an ADC Fileserver running Windows 2008 Server OS.

Audience Assumptions
This document makes the following audience assumptions:

System Operator level user Proper user access authorizations are set up. Experience with Windows Operating systems. Experience with broadcast operations and systems. Experience installing Microsoft applications and database applications. Authorized Training has been provided on this application and the user has successfully completed this training.

Installation Prerequisites
The following applications are required for this installation and can be downloaded from the Microsoft web site.

Microsoft Windows Installer 4.5 or later .NET Framework v3.5 Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Standard Edition SP1

Hardware/Software Requirements
The following table presents hardware and software requirements for installing SQL Server 2008 on the ADC Database File Server computer.

Database File Server Requirements


Type Requirements

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Type Hardware

Requirements Processor 1 GHz, (x86 Processor), (recommended: 2 GHz or faster) - RAM 512MB, (recommended 2GB or greater), (maximum 4GB) - 30GB of free Hard Drive Space, (250GB recommended) - Intel NIC (82576 Gigabit Dual Port Network Connection) - An Additional Intel NIC (Pro/1000 PT Desktop Adapter) may be required for systems connecting to an external network. - A DVD drive is required for installation from DVD media. - Super VGA (800 x 600) or higher-resolution monitor - Keyboard - A Microsoft mouse or compatible pointing device Media Client release 3.16.3.0 or higher Air Client release 3.26.3.0 or higher Windows Server 2008 w/SP2 - Using NetBIOS-Over-TCP/IP Set up the system to use ODBC When communicating via NETBIOS over TCP/IP a Gigabit NIC and Switch is required Stand-alone named and default instances support the following network protocols: Shared memory, TCP/IP, and Named Pipes. -

Harris Software Operating System Configuration Parameters Network Interface Card Network Software

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Installing SQL Server 2008


Before installing SQL Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 should be updated to the most recent Service Pack and updated with the most recent Updates Before installing SQL Server 2008. These are available through Windows Updates.

Installing SQL Server 2008


IMPORTANT: SQL Server 2008 will NOT install without having the .NET v3.5 installed in the computer. Ensure .NET v3.5 is installed prior to proceeding to SQL Server 2008.

Install SQL Server 2008


1. Load the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 DVD, browse to its directory, and double click on setup.exe: 2. Wait until SQL Server 2008 Setup processes the current operation:

3. When the SQL Server Installation Center opens click on Installation. 4. Click on New SQL Server Stand-alone installation or add features to existing installation. 5. Wait until SQL Server 2008 Setup processes the current operation. 6. Verify that all of the Setup Support Rules passed and click OK 7. Wait until SQL Server 2008 Setup processes the current operation. 8. Enter the product key and click Next:

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9. Accept the license terms and click Next. 10. Click Install on the Setup Support Files screen and its Status goes to In Progress:

11. Verify that all of the Setup Support Rules passed and click Next:

12. On the Feature Selection screen Enable, (check), Database Engine Services, Client Tools Connectivity, Client Tools Backwards Compatibility, Management Tools - Basic. Disable, (uncheck), Management Tools - Complete, and then click Next:

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13. Verify that Default Instance is selected on the Instance Configuration screen and click Next:

14. Click Next on the Disk Space Requirements screen:

15. On the Service Accounts tab of the Server Configuration screen set the: SQL Server Agent to NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM

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SQL Server Database Engine to NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM SQL Server Browser to NT AUTHORITY\LOCAL SERVICE SQL Server Agent and SQL Server Browser Startup Types to Automatic

16. On the Collation tab of the Server Configuration screen, click Customize in the Database Engine area, select SQL collation, used for backwards compatibility, choose SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CS_AS, and click OK:

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17. On the Collation tab of the Server Configuration screen, click Customize in the Analysis Services area, select Windows collation designator and sort order, choose Latin1_General, enable (check) Case-sensitive, enable Accent-sensitive, and click OK:

18. Click Next on the Server Configuration screen:

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19. On the Account Provisioning tab of the Database Engine Configuration screen: Select Mixed Mode. Enter HarrisDB1 (case sensitive) in the Enter password area. Enter HarrisDB1 (case sensitive) in the Confirm password area. Click on Add Current User in Specify SQL Server administrators area. Click Next on the Database Engine Configuration screen.

20. Verify that both checkboxes on the Error and Usage Reporting screen are not enabled and click Next:

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21. Verify that all of the Installation Rules passed and click Next:

22. Click Install on the Ready to Install screen:

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23. Click Next on the Installation Progress screen after the Setup Process area displays as completed:

24. Click Close on the Complete screen:

25. The SQL Server 2008 installation is now complete.

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Enabling the Named Pipes Communications Protocol


The Named Pipes Communications Protocol is not enabled when installing SQL Server 2008. This Communications Protocol must be enabled before client computers can connect to the SQL Server 2008 Database via Named Pipes.

Enable the Named Pipes Communications Protocol


1. Select Start\All Programs\Microsoft SQL Server 2008\Configuration Tools\SQL Configuration Manager:

2. Expand SQL Server Network Configuration, select Protocols for MSSQLSERVER, select Named Pipes, right click, and select Properties:

3. Set Enabled to Yes:

4. Click Apply, and OK the Warning:

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5. Click OK:

6. Verify that Named Pipes is now Enabled:

7. Select SQL Server Services\SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER), right click, and select Restart:

8. This SQL Service will be Stopped:

9. This SQL Service will be Started again:

10. Close the SQL Configuration Manager after this Service has completely re-started.
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Create the SQL 2008 Database


If this is a new system it is now time to create the SQL Database. If this is an upgrade from SQL 2000 or SQL 2005 Express please go to the section on Restoring an SQL Server Database Backup into SQL Server 2008. The SQL script CreateDB_SQL_2008.sql is provided by Harris to create an SQL Server ODBCcompliant database. Use the CreateDB_SQL_2008.sql script to create the SQL Database.

Create the Database


1. Create a Folder on the D: Drive named Database. 2. Select Start\Programs\Microsoft SQL Server 2008\SQL Server Management Studio:

3. Click Connect:

4. Select File\Open File:

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5. Browse to the directory containing the SQL Scripts, highlight CreateDB_SQL_2008.sql, and then click Open.

6. Click Execute:

7. Verify in the Messages area that the Command (s) completed successfully:

Create Database Users and Permissions


The SQL script CreateUser_SQL_2008.sql is provided by Harris to create Users and Permissions for an SQL Server ODBC-compliant database. Use the CreateUser_SQL_2008.sql script to create Users and Permissions. IMPORTANT: If Notification Agent will be used with this ADC System then an additional script, CreatePermissions_NA_SQL_2008.sql, will need to be executed to create NA Permissions after Notification Agent has been installed. 1. Select File\Open\File:

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2. Browse to the directory containing the SQL Scripts, highlight CreateUser_SQL_2008.sql, and click Open:

3. Click Execute:

4. Verify in the Messages area that the Command (s) completed successfully:

5. Close the SQL Server Management Studio.

About Notification Agent


Note: If Notification Agent will be not used with this ADC System then you may skip the Create Notification Agent Database Permissions section and proceed to Configuring ODBC Data Sources.

IMPORTANT: If Notification Agent will be used with this ADC System, then NA should be installed now on the File Server. Notification Agent must be installed prior to Creating Notification Agent Database Permissions. For instructions on installing Notification Agent, please the Notification Agent Installation and Operations Guide. If additional assistance is required, please contact Harris Automation Support.

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Create Notification Agent Database Permissions


The SQL script CreatePermissions_NA_SQL_2008.sql is provided by Harris to create Notification Agent Permissions for an SQL Server ODBC-compliant database. Use the CreatePermissions_NA_SQL_2008.sql script to create NA Permissions. 1. Select File\Open File:

2. Browse to the directory containing the SQL Scripts, highlight CreatePermissions_NA_SQL_2008.sql, and click Open:

3. Click Execute:

4. Verify in the Messages area that the Command (s) completed successfully:

5. Close the SQL Server Management Studio.

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Restoring an SQL Server Database Backup into SQL Server 2008


A backup of the current SQL Server 2000 or SQL Server 2005 Express Database is needed for migration into the new SQL Server. See the Creating an SQL Server 2000 Database Backup or Creating an SQL Server 2005 Database Backup section if you do not have a current Database backup file. This section describes how to restore an ASDB.bak Database backup file into SQL Server 2008.

Restoring a Database Backup file into SQL Server 2008


1. Create a Folder on the D: Drive named Database. 2. Select Start\Programs\Microsoft SQL Server 2008\SQL Server Management Studio Express:

3. On the Connect to Server dialog, click Connect:

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4. Expand the SQL Server, highlight Databases, right click, and select Restore Database:

5. In the Destination to Restore area of the Restore Database - ASDB window enter ASDB in the To database field:

6. In the Source for restore area of the Restore Database - ASDB window select From device, and click on the ellipsis, ():

7. In the Specify Backup window click Add, browse to the location of the ASDB.bak Database backup file, highlight it, and click OK:

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8. Click OK in the Specify Backup window:

9. Enable, (check), Restore for the ASDB-Full Database Backup in the Select the backup sets to restore area and then click on Options:

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10. Enable (check) Overwrite the existing database and verify in the Restore the database files area that the ASDB_dat and ASDB _log files are configured to the D:\DATABASE directory. If they are not set there by default, manually configure the files to this directory. When finished, click OK:

11. Click OK in the confirmation window:

Update Database Users and Permissions


The SQL script UpgradePermissions_ADC_SQL_2008.sql is provided by Harris to update Users and Permissions for an SQL Server ODBC-compliant database. Use the UpgradePermissions_ADC_SQL_2008.sql script to update Users and Permissions. IMPORTANT: If Notification Agent was installed and used with this ADC System then an additional script, UpgradePermissions_NA_SQL_2008.sql, will also need to be executed to update Notification Agent Permissions.

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1. Select File\Open\File:

2. Browse to the directory containing the SQL Scripts, highlight UpgradePermissions_ADC_SQL_2008.sql, and click Open:

3. Click Execute:

4. Verify in the Messages area that the Command (s) completed successfully:

5. Close the SQL Server Management Studio.

About Notification Agent


Note: If Notification Agent was not installed and used with this ADC System then you do not need to perform the operations described in the Upgrade Notification Agent Database Permissions section.

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IMPORTANT: If Notification Agent was installed and used with this ADC System then NA should be installed now on the File Server. Notification Agent must be installed prior to Upgrading Notification Agent Database Permissions. For instructions on installing Notification Agent, please the Notification Agent Installation and Operations Guide. If additional assistance is required, please contact Harris Automation Support.

Upgrade Notification Agent Database Permissions


The SQL script UpgradePermissions_NA_SQL_2008.sql is provided by Harris to upgrade Notification Agent Permissions for an SQL Server ODBC-compliant database. Use the UpgradePermissions_NA_SQL_2008.sql script to upgrade Notification Agent Permissions. 1. Select File\Open File:

2. Browse to the directory containing the SQL Scripts, highlight UpgradePermissions_NA_SQL_2008.sql, and click Open:

3. Click Execute:

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4. Verify in the Messages area that the Command (s) completed successfully:

5. Close the SQL Server Management Studio.

Creating an SQL Server 2000 Database Backup


A backup of the current SQL Server 2000 Database must be created for migration into the new SQL Server 2008 Database. This section describes how to create an ASDB.bak Database backup file.

Creating a Database Backup file


1. Select Start\Programs\Microsoft SQL Server\Enterprise Manager:

2. Expand Microsoft SQL Servers, expand Databases, highlight ASDB, right click, select All Tasks, and select Backup Database:

3. In the SQL Server Backup - ASDB window verify that ASDB is entered for Database and ASDB backup is entered for Name:

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4. In the Backup area of the SQL Server Backup - ASDB window verify that Database - complete is selected:

5. Click Add in the Destination area of the SQL Server Backup - ASDB window:

6. Select File name in the Select Backup Destination window and click on its ellipsis, ():

7. Browse to the Database Backup directory, enter ASDB.bak, and click OK:

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8. Click OK in the Select Backup Destination window:

9. Click OK in the SQL Server Backup - ASDB window:

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10. Click OK in the SQL Server Enterprise Manager window:

11. Close the SQL Server Enterprise Manager.

Creating an SQL Server 2005 Express Database Backup


A backup of the current SQL Server 2005 Express Database must be created for migration into the new SQL Server 2008 Database. This section describes how to create an ASDB.bak Database backup file.

Creating a Database Backup file


1. Select Start\Programs\Microsoft SQL Server 2005\SQL Server Management Studio Express:

2. Enter the Server name and then click Connect:

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3. Expand the SQL Server, expand Databases, highlight ASDB, right click, select Tasks, select Back Up:

4. In the Source area of the Back Up Database - ASDB window verify that ASDB is entered for Database, Full is entered for Backup type, and that Database is selected for the Backup component:

5. In the Backup set area of the Back Up Database - ASDB window verify that ASDB-Full Database Backup is entered for Name, After is selected for Backup set will expire, and that 0 is entered for After:

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6. In the Destination area of the Back Up Database - ASDB window click on Add, in the Select Backup Destination window click on the ellipsis, (), browse to and select the Destination directory for the Backup, enter ASDB.bak as the File name, and click OK:

7. Click OK in the Select Backup Destination window:

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8. Click OK in the Back Up Database - ASDB window:

9. Click OK in the Backup confirmation window:

10. Close SQL Server Management Studio Express.

Configuring ODBC Data Sources


This section describes how to configure Harris Client Computers for ODBC connectivity to SQL Server 2008. TCP/IP or Named Pipes ODBC connectivity can be configured using the IP Address or the Computer Name of the File Server. The Windows Firewall must be disabled for Automation ODBC connectivity.

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Configuring ODBC Data Sources using an IP Address


1. Select Start\Settings\Control Panel\Administrative Tools\Data Sources (ODBC):

2. Select the System DSN tab and click Add:

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3. Scroll down and select SQL Server:

4. Click Finish:

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5. Enter ASDB in the Name field, the File Server IP Address in the Server field, then click Next:

6. Click Client Configuration:

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7. Select TCP/IP, verify that the File Server IP Address is in the Server alias and Server name fields, and then click OK:

8. Or select Named Pipes, verify that the File Server IP Address is in the Server alias and Server name fields, and then click OK:

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9. Select With SQL Server authentication using a login ID and password entered by the user, enter HarrisDB (this is case sensitive) into the Login ID and Password fields, and then click Next: IMPORTANT: The Login ID and Password are case sensitive.

10. Click Next:

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11. Click Finish:

12. Click Test Data Source:

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13. Verify that the Tests Completed Successfully, then click OK:

14. Click OK:

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15. Click OK:

Configuring ODBC Data Sources using a Computer Name


1. Select Start\Settings\Control Panel\Administrative Tools\Data Sources (ODBC):

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2. Select the System DSN tab and click Add:

3. Scroll down and select SQL Server:

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4. Click Finish:

5. Enter ASDB into the Name field, the File Server Computer Name into the Server field, and then click Next:

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6. Click on Client Configuration:

7. Select TCP/IP, verify that the File Server Computer Name is in the Server alias and Server name fields, and then click OK:

Or select Named Pipes, verify that the File Server Computer Name is in the Server alias and Server name fields, and then click OK:

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8. Select With SQL Server authentication using a login ID and password entered by the user, enter HarrisDB, (case sensitive), into the Login ID and Password fields, and then click Next: IMPORTANT: The Login ID and Password are case sensitive.

9. Click Next:

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10. Click Finish:

11. Click Test Data Source:

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12. Verify that the Tests Completed Successfully, then click on OK:

13. Click OK:

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14. Click OK:

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