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Authors: ThomasPiccoli, KennethThomson, JenniferLiu, KenTessier, ClareCarty
Build basis: CLM 6.0, CLM 6.0.x, CE 6.0.x

Prior to running the UCD Install Applications application process you must run the Change Default User Parameters application process. Running the Change Default User Parameters application process allows you to change the default user / password combinations to match your system.

Once you know the user / password combinations for your system you can permanently change the default values by following the instruction in the Modify Change Default User Parameters Defaults wiki page.

Change default user parameters

  1. Open application Rational_QD_60x and run process Change Default User Parameters on the target environment.

    run process

  2. If you fixed the component versions on the process you will not be prompted to choose versions. If offered to choose the component versions, then select Latest Available.

    select Latest Available

  3. Modify the process property default values to match your System.

    DB2 username restrictions / rules are highlighted below, make sure you follow these rules when specifying all of the DB2 user names:

    Must be lowercase letters (a-z), numbers (0-9), and the underscore character(_)
    Must not start with a number or underscore
    Cannot be longer than eight characters
    Cannot begin with IBM, SYS, SQL, or a number

    A full up to date set of restrictions can be found at DB2 Version 10.5 - Installing DB2 Servers (page 42 for user ID restrictions)

    The properties are as follows
    • mediaUser : user that accesses an http media server
      Default : not used
    • mediaPassword : password for mediaUser
      Default : not used
    • IHSServerKeyStorePassword : - password for the IHS certificate keystore
      Default : ihspassword
    • DB2InstanceUser : this is the DB2 instance user (several databases are stored in an instance)
      Default : db2inst1
    • DB2InstancePassword : password for DB2InstanceUser
      Default : db2password
    • DB2InstanceUserGroup : group to contain the DB2InstanceUser (will be created)
      Default : db2iadm1
    • DB2DASUser : this is the DB2 administration server user (refer to DB2InstanceUser rules)
      Default : dasusr1
    • DB2DASUserGroup : group to contain the DB2DASUser (will be created)
      Default : dasadm1
    • DB2FenceUser : this is the DB2 fenced user (refer to DB2InstanceUser rules)
      Default : db2fenc1
    • DB2FenceUserGroup : group to contain the DB2FenceUser (will be created)
      Default : db2fadm1
    • OSUserName : user used to install and run IM, WAS, IHS & jazzApps
      Default : osusername
    • OSUserGroup : group to contain the OSUserName
      Default : osusergroup
    • OSUserPassword : password for OSUserName
      Default : osuserpassword

  4. Click on Submit and wait for the process to run to completion

    wait for completion



  • Throughout the IBM Quick Deployer wiki the screen captures are for reference only.
    In some cases if the functionality they display has not changed in the latest release they will be from a previous release

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Additional contributors: MichelleCrane, NathanBak, ChristianLopez

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