Aug 14, 2017
The Settings dialog box contains general AppDNA options. To open the Settings dialog box, choose Edit > Settings from the menus.
Use the Discovery page in the Settings dialog box to enter the connection details for the Lakeside SysTrack database. AppDNA uses the SysTrack database to provide information about the applications used within the enterprise. See Discover Applications for more information.
The options are:
Server name – This identifies the server that hosts the SysTrack database. Enter this as Machine\Instance, where Machine is the name of the machine that hosts the SQL Server installation and Instance is the SQL Server instance if a named SQL Server instance is in use. If a named instance is not in use, omit the backslash (\).
Database name – The name of the SysTrack database in SQL Server.
Authentication – Select the type of authentication to be used to connect to the SysTrack database. The options are:
- Windows Authentication – This type of authentication uses the logged on Windows user account when connecting to the database.
- SQL Server Authentication – For this type of authentication you must provide an appropriate username and password.
User name – If you chose SQL Server Authentication above, enter the user name to use when AppDNA connects to the SysTrack database. Leave this blank for Windows Authentication.
Password – If you chose SQL Server Authentication above, enter the password to use when AppDNA connects to the SysTrack database. Leave this blank for Windows Authentication.
Test – Click to test the connection. If this is successful, AppDNA displays “Success” and if not, it displays an error message. If necessary, use the information in the error message to correct the problem and then test the connection again.
Click Save to preserve your changes.