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== Install/Deinstall Multi-Tenancy ==
== Install/De-install Multi-Tenancy ==
First Installation
First Installation

Revision as of 09:57, 12 May 2015

In the following, the administration of data from multiple clients (=tenants) with one single DLS installation is described.

This function is available only when DLS multi-tenancy has been installed. This will be asked by the installation assistant.

With multi-tenancy masks, the selection menu Tenants is available. Otherwise, it is greyed out.

When a a new object is created without selecting a tenant, an error message appears.

With multi-tenancy masks, it will make a difference whether the object is assigned to a tenant or not, that is, in the tool bar under Tenant, either the tenant’s name or <not assigned> will be displayed.

When objects are added which require a license, the tenant specific limits are checked. If a tenant is created or changed, the license dependent data are checked. The respective alarm thresholds are set tenant specific (see Section 6.3.1, "Tenants"). Basically, there is a difference between tenant dependent and tenant independent alarms.

The tenancy feature is stored in the database - but this feature is activated during setup and so it is system dependent and NOT database dependent.Hence it is possible to restore a DLS database that previously contained tenancy relations to a DLS installation where the tenancy feature is not installed.

In this rare scenario, if you have installed a system without tenant and restore a tenant database you will not see any tenants and no-tenant dependent objects afterwards since this feature was never installed before.

Install/De-install Multi-Tenancy

First Installation Follow the instructions of the installation assistant and, at Components, click Multi-Tenancy.

Update Installation Follow the instructions of the installation assistant and, at Components, click Multi-Tenancy. For all data that can be tenant specific, <not assigned> is entered as a tenant. Later, the data can be assigned to defined tenants.

Uninstalling Execute an update installation and, at Components, deactivate Multi-Tenancy.

Import Tenants From OpenScape Voice Assistant 1.When you use a version > V3.0 of OpenScape Voice Assistant, open: Element Manager > Element Manager Configuration > "OpenScape Voice Assistant" Tab 2.Enable Tenants synchronization and click Update Business Groups. For each business group, a tenant and a location is created. The names used hereby are constructed from <BusinessGroups Switchname (OpenScape Voice Assistant Version > V3.0) ><BusinessGroups Name>. Tenants and locations already existing are updated.