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Sagar shah (821617) | asked Feb 14 '12, 2:59 p.m.

What does this command do ? createTables

we were moving the RTC server from win 2003 to Linux. we copied the server/conf and tomcat/conf from win 2003 to linux box

During setup we were not able to conect to JDBC and someone from the forumn mention to run the below steps

-Set 'DB version checking' to 'false'
- Shutdown the server
- Run ' -createTables'

The script asked to drop and create tables what does it do ?
CRJAZ8190E: The fulltext index location property (indexLocation) should point to an absolute directory but is currently set to 'D:/RTC-'


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mehul Prajapati (18125554) | answered Feb 22 '12, 12:56 p.m. -createTables will delete all the data in the current database and you are at state 0.

So if you already have the data in the database do not run -createTables without contacting IBM support.

Always have the backup of the your database before running -createTables so that you can restore if anything goes wrong

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Sagar shah (821617) | answered Feb 17 '12, 11:34 a.m. -createTables does more or less the same thing as when you click on 'Create Tables' from the setup page. It uses the information from your to connect to the database and create db objects.

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