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Hi ,

 

Can we configure two automated process services which connect to two different databases in one windows server ,  If yes then how can we do it ?

 

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Supriya

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Basically what you have to do is copy the APM files (the amsrv folder under your AM installation) so you have a second set of APM files. Then you configure the second APM to point to the database you want it to connect to. Go into the Windows registry, copy the existing APM service, rename it, and point it to the second APM executable. Voila, you have another service that points to your second AM database.

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Can you please attach it here because it says " I am not authorized to view this document "

 

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I would suggest contacting HP (through your rep) to obtain as I am not authorized to hand out locked documents.

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Re: Two automated process manager services in one windows server

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okay thanks anyway.

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Hi Supriya,

The short answer is yes, you can. If you are planning to use them for different databases, it's pretty easy to do. If you are planning to use them for the same database, you have to be careful not to have them both executing the same modules, or you get duplicated data.

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Hi ,

 

I want to do it for the same database but different schemas , I know to use the apm for this thing but I want to create a windows service to automatically do this  ( for all the schemas).

 

Thanks in advance , 

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Basically what you have to do is copy the APM files (the amsrv folder under your AM installation) so you have a second set of APM files. Then you configure the second APM to point to the database you want it to connect to. Go into the Windows registry, copy the existing APM service, rename it, and point it to the second APM executable. Voila, you have another service that points to your second AM database.

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thank you so much Jason 🙂 🙂 .

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