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Getting Started with Multi-tenancy
Getting Started with Multi-tenancy in the Database Administration Console

Getting Started with Multi-tenancy in the Database Administration Console

OpenEdge Management/OpenEdge Explorer now includes the Database Administration Console, the configuration tool that allows you to manage and work with databases enabled for multi-tenancy. Integrated into the OpenEdge Management/OpenEdge Explorer management console, the Database Administration Console allows you to perform a variety of different tasks related to multi-tenancy, such as configure connections for local and remote databases; work with database tenants, sequences, users, domains, and groups; update database schema, and create and work with tenant templates.
This guide is intended to get you started with setting up a multi-tenant database and lead you to the point where you can work with the database and its tenants, users, and contents. The guide is designed to be used in conjunction with OpenEdge Management and OpenEdge Explorer: Configuring Multi-tenancy.
* Overview
* Step 1: Starting the Database Administration Console in OpenEdge Management or OpenEdge Explorer
* Step 2: Accessing the Database Administration Console
* Step 3: Adding a database connection
* Step 4: Enabling the database for multi-tenancy
* Step 5: Creating a super-tenant
* Step 6: Creating a domain for the super-tenant
* Step 7: Adding a user for the super-tenant
* Step 8: Setting up the super-tenant's database login user credentials
* Step 9: Creating a regular tenant, its domain, and its users
* Step 10: Enabling tables for multi-tenancy
* For more information about multi-tenancy in OpenEdge