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A quick tour of the database servers tutorial Within ArcGIS software, the term database servers refers to instances of Microsoft SQL Server Express that have been enabled to store desktop or workgroup geodatabases. You create geodatabases and perform other administrative tasks for database servers through the Database Servers node in the Catalog window or ArcCatalog. Performing the administration of the database server and its geodatabases through ArcGIS for Desktop means there is no extra software or database administration expertise required for you to create and use these types of geodatabases.

To get started using database servers, this tutorial will show you how to use ArcGIS for Desktop to do the following: Add a database server and create new geodatabases. Add users to the database server and grant permissions. Load data into the geodatabases. Make edits to data in a geodatabase on a database server. Perform administrative tasks, such as making a backup of and upgrading a geodatabase. You can complete this tutorial at your own pace.

This tutorial includes ten exercises, each of which takes between 10 and 30 minutes to complete. Exercises are cumulative; you must complete them in order.

You must also create additional logins on your computer to complete some of the tasks. If you do not have administrative rights to the computer you are going to use for this tutorial, have your systems administrator install the software. Be sure the system administrator adds your login to the SQL Server Express instance as a database server administrator when he or she enables the SQL Server Express instance to store geodatabases.

The database server administrator is responsible for maintaining the database server, creating and maintaining geodatabases, and adding and administering their database server user accounts. This tutorial shows you how to perform these tasks; therefore, without database server administrator permissions, you could not complete this tutorial.

Additional logins Database servers use Windows-authenticated logins for authentication exclusively. This tutorial requires four Windows logins: your login and three others. If you are an administrator on your computer, you can create local Windows logins and use those. If you are not an administrator, have your systems administrator either add three users to your computer or provide you with three network logins to use. You will use these logins to learn how to do the following: Add other users to your database server and grant them permission to the geodatabase and the data it holds.

Assess what the different levels of permission allow or prevent users from doing so you can decide what sort of permissions you should grant to other users. Use the database server and its contents as a nonadministrative user. Keep track of who has been editing a feature class and when. The creation of additional logins will be explained in Exercise 4. You will use the additional logins in Exercise 5 , Exercise 6 , Exercise 8 , Exercise 9 , and Exercise All rights reserved.


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A quick tour of the database servers tutorial





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