Configure the CADB2 Backend

The CADB2 backend lets the CA LDAP Server use the IBM DB2 repository to store CA LDAP Server distinguished names, entry data, and attributes. The CADB2 backend does not give the CA LDAP Server the ability to access any existing DB2 databases and tables.
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The CADB2 backend lets the CA LDAP Server use the IBM DB2 repository to store CA LDAP Server distinguished names, entry data, and attributes. The CADB2 backend does not give the CA LDAP Server the ability to access any existing DB2 databases and tables.
All the files that are needed to configure and use the CADB2 backend are installed in the base CA LDAP Server installation. There are no additional installation steps.
The configuration process includes:
  1. Configuring the maximum number of threads and connections
  2. Installing and configuring DDF
  3. Binding and granting the ODBC Plan
  4. Database considerations
  5. Performing post-installation configuration
  6. Configuring the ODBC initialization file
  7. Database-specific options
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