Next edit the Web.config in the Nathean Analytics folder to point to the local db. These instructions don’t cover the entire Web.config settings but will allow you to get Nathean Analytics up and running with default config.
Here you will usually see 2 connections, one for the Logix AppDB and one for LogixAudit. Both lines need to be edited to point to the local server and instance.
Looking at the “LOGIX_MERGED_DATABASEEntities” connection, scroll across until you see “Data Source=”
Change the connection properties to point to local DBs:
Data Source=.\;Initial Catalog=LGX_CUSTOMER01;Persist Security Info=True;User ID=LogixEco;Password=Password;
Search for “DefaultSystemCode”. Set value equal to the system code of the DB you deployed. If unsure, run
SELECT * FROM TBL_SELECT The system code will be listed there:
Search for “impersonate”
Set the user to the “Local User” you created here
<identity impersonate="false" password="xxxx" userName="LogixEco" />