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How to set up an additional database in EngageOne Vault

UPDATED: March 22, 2017


Add the new name to your database.ini file which would look like:

[Default]                         
description=Default Database     

[COLLECTION]
description=COLLECTION
Index1=account,cust.account,jctul,Archive Key
Index2=invlink,hint.date,dhasb,Issue Date
Index3=guid,DOCID+int.null+int.format,jdhb,guid
Render1=Archive Key,cust.account
Render2=Issue Date,hint.date
Render3=guid,hint.guid

[TEST]
description=TEST
Index1=account,cust.account,jctul,Archive Key
Index2=invlink,hint.date,dhasb,Issue Date
Index3=guid,DOCID+int.null+int.format,jdhb,guid
Render1=Archive Key,cust.account
Render2=Issue Date,hint.date
Render3=guid,hint.guid

[SUPPORT]
description=SUPPORT

So there are 3 databases specified and I have added a fourth one using Support, as the name. If you dont add any index entries, then it would use the default index entry.

Environment Details

Product Feature: Vault


 

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