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TimesTen Installation


% /opt/tt60/32/bin/ttBulkCp -o

DSN=source600 able

% /opt/tt60/32/bin/ttBulkCp -o

DSN=source600 baker

Next create a new data source name,


tt70 for the TimesTen 7.0

data store, and execute the commands:

% /opt/TimesTen/tt70/bin/ttIsql -connStr

DSN=source_tt70 -f create.sql

% /opt/TimesTen/tt70/bin/ttBulkCp -i

DSN=source_tt70 able

% /opt/TimesTen/tt70/bin/ttBulkCp -i

DSN=source_tt70 baker

Building and running the demo applications

Source code for several demo applications is provided in the


directory as part of the TimesTen Data Manager distribution on UNIX
and Windows systems. Documentation for these demos is included
online in the file install_dir


on UNIX or



on Windows.

The directory install_dir


and install_dir



contains files used in demos that provide examples

for the TimesTen documentation. For a description of these demos, see
the README.txt file at the top of these directories.

Note: By default, the TimesTen demo applications save data store files


on UNIX for

root installs, and


on non-root

installs. On Windows, you specify the data store directory at installation
time. Before running the demos, make sure your temporary directory
has a minimum of 100 MB of available space.

Defining data sources for the demo applications

Before the demo applications can be executed, you must create the data
source names (DSNs) that the demo applications rely on.

On Windows, the TimesTen installation program automatically creates
the appropriate data source names as System DSNs. Their configuration
can be viewed and modified via the ODBC program on the Control