Available with Workflow Manager license.
This guidebook is intended to help database administrators establish the ArcGIS Workflow Manager (Classic) workspace in an enterprise geodatabase for SQL Server. The enterprise geodatabase uses ArcGIS technology as the gateway between geographic information system (GIS) clients and SQL Server. The Workflow Manager (Classic) workspace uses a geodatabase, and this guidebook covers the best practices to create the geodatabase.
For the Workflow Manager (Classic) applications to function, all the Workflow Manager (Classic) system tables must exist in the database, and of those, the tables that host required configuration information must be populated with values that will drive the application behavior. The sections in this guidebook detail how to create and start configuring the Workflow Manager (Classic) system tables.
Before you can install the Workflow Manager (Classic) system tables into a geodatabase, you must properly set up the enterprise geodatabase to receive the repository; the following sections show how to accomplish this task.
SQL Server installation
Before starting this guidebook, install SQL Server on a Windows operating system. The default settings for the SQL Server database management system work well with a geodatabase. Configure the instance to accept remote connections.
When you install SQL Server, be sure to install Full-Text Search.