Depending on the database environment required for your Acoustic™ Experience Analytics (Tealeaf) installation, you might need to perform some post-installation database tasks.
Decide which database tasks you need to perform.
|Installing the database||
If you elected to not install the databases through the Experience Analytics Installer, you should install them as soon as you can.
|Loading the event definitions||
If you have installed databases individually and one of them includes the System database, you must install or reinstall the event definitions through the Database Manager.
|Implementing a database backup strategy||
The Experience Analytics databases should be regularly backed up. During installation, backup scripts are automatically generated for use in the installation tree.
|Setting recovery model and logging levels||
Use the Simple database recovery model and compressing log files for the Experience Analytics databases.
|Setting the file path on a remote SQL Server||
If you installed the SQL Server data files on a remote server, you must validate the file path to these files:
All data files are in a single location on one server: In this case, you must specify the path after installation completes. In the registry, update the following value with the correct location of the files:
All data files are in multiple locations on the remote server: During database upgrades that
manipulate these files, you must run the Experience Analytics Database Installer in Advanced
mode. For each database, the file paths must be verified and specified on the