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In this blog post, I will explain you how to add an MSSQL database in vRealize Orchestrator (vRO). The only real difficulty is about the JDBC URL Generator in an AD environment.
- Go into your vRealize Orchestrator Client and navigate to Library > JDBC > JDBC Url Generator.
- Execute the workflow and specify the proper parameters.
Select the type of Database: SQL Server
Database server name / IP address: Your server FQDN name or IP.
Database port: If your database port is different to 1433 please add your port
Username: Username for the communication with the DB
Password: Password of the username above.
And then click on “Next”.
- If you have multiple Instance on your SQL Server, you have to complete this field “Database instance name”. Otherwise you can let it empty.
Database Domain Name: Insert your domain name. (For AD)
And click on “Submit” your JDBC URL will be generated.
- Then, navigate to Library > SQL > Configuration > Add a database and run the workflow.
- On the Name field: Please enter a display Name for your DB. In my case, I used vro_db.
Select your database type and copy past your url generate from the previous workflow.
NB : If you have a windows active directory domain and you are using a windows account , please add this parameter to the end : useNTLMv2= True
Click on next, validate your credentials and submit.
- Your database is now connected to your Orchestrator.
Navigate to Inventory Tab > SQL Plug-in and check your Database.
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