Line Display Services Configuration

The Line Display Services only needs to be configured if Data Services is on a different machine or if you choose to use a different database login user for this service other than Data Services. If you choose not to follow the steps below, the Line Display Services use the database connection information in a local or specified instance of Data Services. Follow the steps below to configure the Line Display Services.

NOTE: Only one Line Display Services per organization can be running at a time.

We recommend using direct connections to the database. Refer to Esri's ArcGIS for Desktop help for information about setting up direct connections.

  1. Open Miner.Responder.LineDisplayService.exe.config. By default, this file is installed at: \Program Files (x86)\Miner and Miner\Responder\Server.
  2. Search for the following XML line:
    <section name="log4net" type="System.Configuration.IgnoreSectionHandler" />
  3. Copy and paste the following code after the XML line shown above:
    <section name="miner.responder.server.configuration" type="System.Configuration.IgnoreSectionHandler" />
  4. Search for the following XML line:
  5. Copy and paste the following code after the XML line shown above:
    <miner.responder.server.configuration default="ConfigurationName">
        <configuration name="ConfigurationName">
          <multicast group="" port="6679" ttl="2"/>
            <connectionString>Data Source=Instance Name; Initial Catalog=SQL Server Database Name; User ID=Responder User ID; Password=Responder Password</connectionString>
            <providerFactoryClass type="Miner.Data.Access.ProviderFactories.SqlProviderFactory, Miner.Data.Access" />
            <syntaxClass type="Miner.Data.Access.SqlDataSyntax, Miner.Data.Access" />
          <geodatabase featureClassCaching="true">
            <server>Geodatabase Server Name</server>
            <instance>Geodatabase Server Instance</instance>
            <database>SQL Server Database Name</database>
            <user>GIS User ID for the Database Owner</user>
            <password>GIS User Password</password>
            <version>Version Name</version>
            <dataset>Dataset Name</dataset>
            <network>Geometric Network Name</network>
  6. Set up a <configuration> section for each database to connect to and modify the following attributes:
    • configuration name: This is a unique name that identifies this specific connection.

    • connectionstring: This is the connection information to the Responder server. This defaults to the local server, but you can enter a different server name, user and password necessary to connect to it.

    • syntaxClass: This is the default for SQL Server. Update with Miner.Data.Access.OracleDataSyntax, Miner.Data.Access, if Oracle is needed.

    • geodatabase: The <geodatabase> section contains connection information to the server that hosts the geodatabase. Include the server name and instance. If you're using a SQLServer, enter the database name. Make sure you include the following information: user name and password needed for login, version, dataset, and network.

  7. Save and close Miner.Responder.LineDisplayService.exe.config.
  8. To configure the Line Display Services to connect to a remote instance of Data Services, change the wellknown client configuration from:
           <wellknown type="Miner.Responder.Shared.IDataServices, Miner.Responder.Shared" url="msmq://FormatName:DIRECT=OS:.\private$\rxserver/DataServices.rem" />


            <wellknown type="Miner.Responder.Shared.IDataServices, Miner.Responder.Shared" url="msmq://FormatName:DIRECT=OS:YourServerName\private$\rxserver/DataServices.rem" />
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