Description

This article presents the steps to set up a G-Repository Server (GRS). 


G-Repository Server Database Requirements

G-Repository Server requires the use of Java, GenRocket Jars, and a MySQL Database server to keep synchronization information between GenRocket Cloud Projects and OnPrem Projects within your corporate environment.

So, before a G-Repository Server can be created within your corporate environment, please make sure the following prerequisites have been met:

  1. You have downloaded and installed Java version 1.8 or higher
  2. You have downloaded and installed the latest GenRocket runtime
  3. You have logged into GenRocket Cloud and create a Server profile
  4. You have downloaded and moved the Server profile into the .genrocket subdirectory
  5. You have downloaded and installed MySQL version 5.7 or higher
  6. You have executed, within MySQL, the following commands:
    • GRANT ALL ON *.* to user_name@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'password';
    • Example: GRANT ALL ON *.* to root@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'admin';
    • create database g_repository_server;
    • You have placed the appropriate MySQL Driver Jar into the genrocket/lib subdirectory

Creating a G-Repository Server

Once all of the requirements, described above, have been met, please click on the link for instructions to create a G-Repository Server using the command: -grsrvc,--g-repo-server-create.


Running a G-Repository Server

Once a G-Repository Server has been successfully created, please click on the link for instructions to run a G-Repository Server using the command: -grsrvr, --g-repo-server-run.