I've added a blank schema called 'JiraSchema' to the Security portion of the jiraDB database I created.
Tried giving it ownership to the jiraAdmin ID.
The configurator dies with a large number of Java trace messages because...
(SQL query:) SELECT ID, ENTITY_NAME, ENTITY_ID, PROPERTY_KEY, propertytype FROM jiraDB.JiraSchema <...>
Invalid object name 'jiraDB.JiraSchema'
I tried assigning ownership and permissions to the schema. Disappears next time I open properties.
Could someone walk me through the schema part of a MS SQL 2008 setup and contribute it to the MS SQL-specific installation instructions?
This fix is best described as stripping away all of the security features of MS SQL 2008 to get the installer to work. I'm using a laptop running win7-32bit and SQL server 2008 developer.
You've been warned. Please suggest any errors and I will revise this message.
With [Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio] and [object explorer],
[Databases]: add your Jira database. Mine is owned by "SA" and it still works.
[Security] & [Logins]: Create a "JiraAdmin" UserID
[Security], properties of the Username, [User Mapping], click the box to add "JiraAdmin" to the "Jira" Database you just created. I'm using [dbo] as the default schema. But, database role membership below just has [public] clicked.
Go back up to [Databases] and open up your "JiraDatabase". The schema mentioned in the installer is buried under [Security] and [Schemas]
Create your "jiraSchema"
Menu-Click [Properties] on this item and click [Permissions] on the left menu.
Under "Users or roles:", I used the [Search] Button to add jiraAdmin to the list, type "User".
At the bottom of the dialog box, "Explicit" tab. I clicked on the "Grant" boxes for "jiraAdmin" for all of the permissions. I figure it gives me fewer problems when I add plugins. At least that's the theory.
Schemas are really powerful.
If this is a dangerous or bad solution, please add a comment.
And, If your SQL server is on the same host as Jira, I suspect you will have fewer reboot problems if you change the Jira Service launch from [Automatic] to [Automatic-Delayed], using Properties in [Control Panel] [Services]
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