Would it cause any harm to stop the DBworker process on the logger and let it restart during business hours?
I'm trying to connect to a database in an ICM script for the first time and I added a new database user to the Router registry. I think I must have to restart the service to activate the new credentials. Would it cause any harm to stop the DBworker process on the logger and let it restart during business hours?
You shouldn't need to restart any processes. If you already had the database setup in Database Lookup Explorer before putting the credentials in the registry, you can just make a change to the Database Loookup entry, and the Router will try to reconnect.
Also, the Logger has nothing to do with ICM database lookups - the DBworker is part of the Router processes.
however we have additional scripts which require additional dblookup`s. I`m looking to create the actual tables the dbworker will use on different database using the same servers as before but since the scripts are for different "departments" I thinking to create a separate db for each script with different passwords to completely separate them
Script 1 to use database A and A with logon, password A on servers A and B
Script 2 to use database B and B with logon, password B on servers A and B
Script 3 to use database C and C with logon, password C on servers A and B
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