1: Back up the Windows registry and the C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc director y. 2: Install DB2 9.

5 3: Create xmeta database on DB2. Page size = 32k. 4: Create xmeta user for xmeta database. Primary group is db2admns and Administr ators 5: Click install.exe in install package. 6: Select Services, Engine, Client tier. 7: Select below components ??? IBM WebSphere DataStage and QualityStage IBM WebSphere Information Services Director 8: Select xmeta database during install DS 8.1 9: Let DS 8.1 install WebSphere auto. 10: Reboot computer when DS 8.1 install done. 11: Create a local user(dsadm1) on Windows XP. 1). From the Windows Control Panel, select Administrative Tools -> Computer Management. 2). Select System Tools -> Local Users and Groups -> Users. 3). Create dsadm1 user and add it into administrator group. 12: Configuring WebSphere Application Server to use the local operating system u ser registry 1). Log in to the WebSphere Application Server Administrator console. The e xample URL: 2). In the WebSphere Application Server Administration console, click Secur ity -> Global Security. 3). Ensure that the Use domain-qualified user IDs option is not selected. 4). In the User registries list, click Local OS. 5). Type the WebSphere Application Server administrator credentials in the Server ID and Server user password fields. 6). Click OK. 7). Click the Save link at the top of the page, and click the Save button. 8 ). On the Global Security page, ensure that LTPA is selected for the Acti ve authentication mechanism setting. 9). From the Active user registry menu, select Local OS in the Active user registry, and click OK. 10). Click the Save link, and click the Save button. 13: Modifying the IBM Information Server security configuration to support the l ocal operating system user registry. 1). Stop WebSphere Application Server. 2). From the command line, enter the following command. This command is ava ilable in the ASBServer\bin directory of your IBM Information Server directory, for example C:\IBM InformationServer\ASBServer\bin. AppServerAdmin.bat -was -user <was admin user id> -password <was adm in password> 3). Restart WebSphere Application Server. 14: Configuring credential mappings 1). In the Web console, click the Administration tab. ( 0) 2). In the Navigation pane, select Domain Management -> DataStage Credentia ls. 3). Select the WebSphere DataStage server that you want to configure to use the same user registry as the metadata server. 4). Click Open Configuration. 5). In the Server Configuration pane, select Share User Registry between IB M Information Server and DataStage Server. 6). Click Save and Close. 15: Assigning security roles to users 1). In the Web console, click the Administration tab. 2). In the Navigation pane, Select Users and Groups -> Users. 3). Select a user(dsadm1)

2). 6). A typical location is C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\VC\lib 3). 4). In the Roles pane. Click Save and Close 16: Install Microsoft Visual Studio . Set the INCLUDE environment variable to the location of the include d irectory for the SDK. A typical location is C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual St udio 8\VC\include 20:To set the environment variables on IS server. 5). Select Start->IBM Information Server->IBM WebSphere DataStage and Quali tyStage Administrator.NET 2005 Express 17: Install XPSP2_Platform_SDK 18: Copy C:\Program Files\Microsoft Platform SDK for Windows XP SP2\Lib\Uuid. In the Suite Component pane. Select Parallel->Compiler->APT_LINKOPT and delete the string -W/Zc:wch ar_t. Select Projects->Properties->Environment.4). select a suite role to assign to the user. Set the LIB environment variable to the location of the library direct ory for the SDK.from the end of the existing setting in the Value field.from the end of the existing setting in the Value field. Select Parallel->Compiler->APT_COMPILEOPT and delete the string -W/Zc:w char_t. and then log in to the Administrator client. From the Windows Control Panel. . 2).lib to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\VC\lib 19: To enable the compiler to find the SDK library and the include files: 1). 3). select one or more suite component roles t o assign to the user. Click Open. select System -> Advanced -> Environme nt Variables -> System Variables. 7). 1).

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