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:
- You have downloaded and installed Java version 1.8 or higher
- You have downloaded and installed the latest GenRocket runtime
- You have downloaded and moved the Server profile into the .genrocket subdirectory
- You have downloaded and installed MySQL version 5.7 or higher
- 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.