On the machine where Terminal ID Manager is installed, follow these steps.
Stop the servlet runner. (On Windows, the service name is.)
You must stop the servlet runner to populate or modify the Terminal ID Management database with your operational pool and ID definitions.
Edit the SQL file that will add your data definitions to the Terminal ID Management database:
Open <install location>\MSS\utilities\idmutils\ template_scripts.
Locate the sample database script: populate_idm_db_template.sql, and open it in a text editor.
The sample file includes basic examples of the various ID attributes and pool types that you are likely to need.
After you identify your organizational needs, including the users and sessions that you plan to manage, use the instructions in the populate_idm_db_template.sql file to create an SQL file for your site.
Save your edited file in the root of the idmutils folder with a name such as populate_idm_db.sql.
At this same level, you’ll see two execute files:
Using a text editor, open the execute_idm_sql file for your system and follow the instructions to update the path for the MSSData folder.
Continue with the instructions in the execute_idm_sql file.
Using elevated permissions, execute the command to run the statements of the SQL file you edited (in step 2) to populate the Terminal ID Management database.
Next step: Open the Terminal ID Manager Console