Setting up a production environment

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Setting up a production environment for USoft applications (i.e. the environment in which end-users will work with the deployed applications), requires largely the same procedures to be followed as setting up your development environment.

One notable difference is that Production users will not usually run from a USoft repository in the RDBMS, but from distributed flat files.

Because data volumes are typically very different in a Production environment, Production machines will have different optimisation settings, for example, a different organisation of database tablespace.


See next

Flat files for distribution

Locating flat files

Installing your application on a server

How to install authorization in a production environment

Creating a production database

Calculating Oracle tablespace

How to define sites

How to set tablespace definitions

How to define site tables

How to define site indexes

How to calculate space requirements

How to create installation files