Setting up integrated security with the SQL Server JDBC driver can be tricky. You often end up with the message “This driver is not configured for integrated authentication”. Below are the steps that you need to perform to get this to work.
Note: This will only work where the ODI agent has been installed on a Windows OS.
1. Download the Microsoft SQL Server JDBC Driver 2.0 from the Microsoft website. This is compatible with versions 2000, 2005, and 2008 of MS SQL. You will need to be up and running on JDK 5.0 or later with your ODI installation. If you haven’t done so already now is the time to install JDK 5.0 or even better JDK 6.0.
2. Unzip the content of the download.
3. The driver comes with a separate dll (sqljdbc_auth.dll) that will allow you to connect to SQL Server via your Windows login. Copy the sqljdbc_auth.dll to the \oracledi\drivers folder.
4. Copy the sqljdbc4.jar file to the \oracledi\drivers folder
5. Open odiparams.bat and add the following entry: set ODI_ADDITIONAL_JAVA_OPTIONS=”-Djava.library.path=\oracledi\drivers”, e.g. set ODI_ADDITIONAL_JAVA_OPTIONS=”-Djava.library.path=c:\oracle\oracledi\drivers”
6. If you have set up the ODI agent as a Windows service you need to re-install the agent. Stop the agent and uninstall the agent with the agentservice –r command. Next you need to edit the “snpsagent.conf” file in the \tools\wrapper\conf directory.
7. Re-install the ODI agent with the “agentservice -i” command.
8. Open Topology Manager module and create Physical Server for MS SQL technology. Leave username and password blank
Go to JDBC tab and enter
9. One last thing. Of course, your ODI agent must not run as the Local System account but use a network account that has the appropriate MS SQL privileges to log into the SQL Server.
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