Stelo Technical Documents

Quick Start Guide to Using SQDR Plus

Last Update:24 May 2023
Product: SQDR Plus
Version: 5x & later
Article ID: SQV00PU006

This multi-part Quick Start Guide describes how to install and configure all of the software you need to perform incremental replication operations using SQDR and SQDR Plus.

We recommend printing out this worksheet and filling in the values as directed by the detailed instructions.

The guide consists of the following documents:

Part 1 of the Quick Start Guide describes preparing the source database system and installing and configuring the SQDR Plus (tier 2) Platform. Choose the appropriate document based on your SQDR Plus platform and source database:

Quick Start Guide (Part 1) to Using SQDR Plus on Windows with

When using Linux, you can either use the Stelo Replicator Linux Container or install and configure the software components on an existing Linux system.

For the Container:

Quick Start Guide to using the SQDR Linux Container - start here to install and start Docker and start the Container.

Use the appropriate host DBMS guide below to find information for the following steps;

  • Tier 1 Source Computer Requirements and Preparation
  • Connect to the SQDR Control Center
  • Add the Source Database with the SQDR Control Center
  • Verify SQDR Plus Installation using SQDR Control Center

The other steps documented in these guides are already handled by using the Container.

Quick Start Guide (Part 1) to Using SQDR Plus on Linux with

After completing the tasks in Part 1, configure and run SQDR using the appropriate section for your environment:





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