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4.2.3 Configuring Local Setup

Relational Database Setup

You need to create different databases and users used by the various CoreMedia CMS components (seeSection 3.1, “Prerequisites”). In the workspace-configuration/database folder of the Blueprint workspace you will find SQL scripts for creating and dropping all database entities needed for the relational database.

The scripts are suitable for a local MySQL instance in a developer environment. You can easily adapt them for other databases or remote users. There are also Bash scripts and Windows batch files to apply the SQL scripts. If the MySQL server is running and the mysql command line client is executable via the PATH variable, you only need to execute the following in order to prepare the databases for CoreMedia Content Cloud.


> cd $CM_BLUEPRINT_HOME\workspace-configuration\database\mysql\


$ cd $CM_BLUEPRINT_HOME/workspace-configuration/database/mysql

The command was successful if the following databases have been created:

Database User Password Description
cm_management cm_management cm_management Database for the Content Management Server
cm_master cm_master cm_master Database for the Master Live Server
cm_replication cm_replication cm_replication Database for the Replication Live Server
cm_mcaefeeder cm_mcaefeeder cm_mcaefeeder Database for the CAE Feeder connected to the Content Management Server
cm_caefeedercm_caefeedercm_caefeederDatabase for the CAE Feeder connected to the Master Live Server
cm_editorial_commentscm_editorial_commentscm_editorial_commentsDatabase for the Studio Server that runs the editorial comments feature

Table 4.5. Database Settings

MongoDB Database Setup

Several CoreMedia core features like CapLists, Notifications and Projects require MongoDB as a persistence layer. A default local MongoDB installation is sufficient, because the CoreMedia components connect through the default port with no user credentials, by default. If required, see Section 4.5, “Collaborative Components” in Operations Basics for more MongoDB configuration.

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