Enterprise Server for .NET Administration UI now connects to the selected database server, and the next page of the Define Region wizard is displayed. This page lists all existing region databases on the selected database server that are not currently defined to the UI.
Enter the default service host name where the region will be run, for example localhost.The next page of the Define Region wizard is displayed. This page prompts you to select a region startup file to be associated with the region.
Use the Browse button to browse for the region startup file in the selected location. See 5 in the diagram below.
Click Finish to create the region definition. See 6 in the diagram below.The region now appears in the Tree pane of the user interface under the Regions->CICS node (because we selected the CICS ESDEMO region startup file in the previous step), with the icon to show that the region database has not yet been created. See 7 in the diagram below.
When the region is started for the first time, the region database will be created, and in the user interface the region entry will appear with the icon.