Connect and Publish on Team Server

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Team Server now includes Repository and has automatized the synchronization process.

In addition you will need to have ER Studio Data Architect installed to synchronize your models. To better understand the structure required, read the overview of the ER/Studio Team Server architecture.

Connect ER/Studio Repository with ER/Studio Data Architect

  1. Start ER/Studio Data Architect. Click Repository > Options to configure the connection with Repository. Enter the required details and click Ok.
    Notepad blue icon 2.pngNote: In Server Machine box, enter the name of the Server where you have Team Server installed. For example, MyServer01.
  2. On the Repository menu, click Log In to connect with the repository. Users to connect with Team Server need to be created previously.

Add a Diagram to ER/Studio Repository

  1. Open or create a new model in ER/Studio Data Architect. There are many sample models shipped with ER Studio Data Architect. If you do not have a current set of working data, you can open one of these from the templates folder.
    Notepad blue icon 2.pngNote: The default path to these models is C:\ProgramData\IDERA\ERStudioDA_x.x\Sample Models .
  2. Click Repository > Diagrams > Add Diagram.
    Alternatively, from the navigation window on the left of the ER/Studio Data Architect interface, right-click the diagram and then click Add Diagram.
    • This will open the Add Diagram to ER/Studio Repository options window.
  3. Click OK to synchronize the diagram with the Repository server.

Notepad blue icon 2.pngNote: If you want to use these templates for other tutorials, you may want to save as a different filename before proceeding.

Your model is now stored on the Repository database. To view the data on Team Server, complete the next section to publish the diagram on your Team Server installation.

Publish a Diagram on Team Server

  1. Open in a web browser the URL that you specified in your Team Server installation. For example, http://localhost:8080.
  2. Log in as Admin with the password you specified upon installation.
    Notepad blue icon 2.pngNote: The default password is Admin if you have not changed the default super user of your Repository installation.
  3. Click My Settings > Admin > ER/Studio Publications.
  4. On the ER/Studio Publications page, select those resources that you want to publish in the Selection column.
  5. Click Publish Selected to start the publication process. The Status column will show Published when the publication process ends successfully.

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