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Creating a database connection for Calbro data transfer

Allen creates a database connection in Atrium Integrator to communicate with the external CSV data store, which is the source of the discovery data. Allen then creates a connection to communicate with the BMC Atrium CMDB server, which is the destination for the data. 

To create a source database connection

  1. Use the direct access URL to open the BMC Remedy Mid Tier and log on with your user name and password.
  2. On the AR System Home page, select BMC Atrium Integrator > Atrium Integrator.
  3. In the Atrium Integrator console, click Manage Data Store Connections .
  4. Click New Data Store .
  5. In the New Data Store section on the right side of the Manage Data Stores window, select the Data Store Type as CSV.
  6. Type Calbro Source CSV in the Data Store Name field.
  7. Specify the remaining information for the source CSV data store.
  8. To verify the source database connection parameters, click Test Connection.
  9. Click Save.

To create a target database connection

  1. Click New Data Store .
  2. In the New Data Store section on the right side of the Manage Data Stores window, select AR System as the Data Store Type.
  3. Type Calbro Connection to CMDB in the Data Store Name field.
  4. In the AR Server Name field, type the name of your BMC Remedy AR System server.
  5. (optional ) Type the port number.
  6. Specify the remaining information for the target database.
  7. To ensure that you can connect to BMC Atrium CMDB, click Test Connection.
  8. Click Save.
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