New data source - restart server?

TimPierce

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Does anyone know if you have to restart the entire database server if you've just added a new Date Source in JDE?

We were just wondering if there's an easier way to get the database to recognise the new data source without having to reboot.
 

TimPierce

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Does anyone know if you have to restart the entire database server if you've just added a new Date Source in JDE?

We were just wondering if there's an easier way to get the database to recognise the new data source without having to reboot.

We're using SQL Server 2012.
 

ice_cube210

VIP Member
As Larry mentioned you do not have to restart the Database server for a new datasource definition in JDE to take effect

On the E1 side , this information is cached so
- on a FAT client , you will need to login again to see the new datasource available to map OCM or generate table etc.
- on web client - clearing JDBJ cache should work
- for Enterprise Server - clearing datasource cache for the Enterprise Server from a FAT client should work , else you have to bounce services.

On a related note , make sure you added the datasource definition in both System and Server Map
 
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