Configure your database

SecureTransport uses a database to store configuration parameters and data, including log data. With Standard Clustering, SecureTransport Server uses an embedded database server. With the Enterprise Clustering (EC) option, SecureTransport Server uses a shared external database. With the external Oracle database, you can direct log data to separate databases. SecureTransport Edge always uses an embedded database server.

Note MariaDB, MySQL, and Microsoft SQL Server database are configured to use a case-insensitive collation. For example, searching in the File Tracking and Server Log page or executing requests in the REST API will ignore the case sensitivity of the parameters and will return all matching results. Oracle and PostgreSQL, on the other hand, use a case-sensitive collation.

During installation, you specified the database to use and its parameters. Use the Database Settings page to perform the following tasks:

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