Installing SKF Asset Management Support Tool (AMST

Installing SKF Asset Management Support Tool (AMST
Installing SKF Asset Management Support
Tool (AMST) on an SQL Database
Supports SKF Asset Management Support Tool version 7.1
Part No. 32264000-EN
Revision A
Installation Manual
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CM-F0176 (Revision F, January 2011)
Installing SKF Asset Management Support Tool
(AMST) on a
Microsoft SQL Server Network
To install SKF AMST on a SQL Server network:

Launch Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 2008 (Start / All Programs /
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 / Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Management
Studio). The Connect to Server dialog displays.
Figure 1. The Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Connect to Server Dialog.

From the Authentication drop-down list, select Windows Authentication or
SQL Server Authentication to connect to the server. For a secure connection,
select SQL Server Authentication. If you are running AMST on a stand-alone
computer (i.e., laptop), Windows Authentication is recommended.

If you selected the SQL Server Authentication option, the Login and Password
fields display. Enter your SQL Server user name and password.
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Figure 2. The Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Connect to Server Dialog.

Click Connect. The Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio opens.
Figure 3. The Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Object Explorer Window.
Next, we’ll progress through steps to import the AMST demo database.
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In the Object Explorer window, right-click the Databases folder and select the
Attach… option. The Attach Databases dialog displays.
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Figure 4. The Attach Databases Dialog.

Click the Add button. The Locate Database Files dialog displays.
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Figure 5. The Locate Database Files Dialog.

Select the AMST SRCM Demo database (AMST7.0_SRCM_DEMO.mdf).
 AMST 7.0 databases are compatible with AMST 7.1.
 AMST 7.0 databases are available from the directory “C:\Program
Files\SKF-RS\AMST\Data.”
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
Click OK and then exit the Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio 2008.

Launch the AMST 7.1 application. The AMST login screen displays.
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Figure 6. The AMST Login Screen.
Before logging in to AMST, we’ll use the Database button to confirm the database
you wish to use and establish a connection between SQL Server and AMST.

On the login screen, click the Database button. The Select database
connection dialog displays.
Figure 7. The AMST Select database connection Dialog.
refresh server button

If using Windows Authentication, enable the Use Trusted Connection check box.
OR

If using SQL Server Windows Authentication, enter the SQL Server User Name
and Password in the Authentication area.

Click the refresh server button to search for available servers. If more than one
server is found, a drop-down list displays with the available servers and you
must select the server to which you wish to connect. If only one server is found,
the server name displays in the Server text box. If AMST cannot locate the
server, manually enter the server name in the Server text box.
 AMST may appear to freeze for a short period while searching for
SQL server.

Select the database name AMST7.0_SRCM_DEMO from the Database dropdown list.

Click Test to verify the database connection. If the connection is successful, the
green Connection Ok message displays.
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Figure 8. The AMST Select database connection Dialog – Connection Ok.

Click Ok. You are returned to the AMST login screen.
Figure 9. The AMST Login Screen.

Log in to AMST with the username “ADMIN.”
 By default, there is no password set on the AMST login.

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Click Login to launch AMST using the SRCM Demo Microsoft SQL Server
database.
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Figure 10. The SKF Asset Management Support Tool Window.
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