How to install legitimate copy of Informatica v9.6.1 on windows 7 for personal use for free – Part 4

This is the fourth part of the 6 part guide which describes how to install Informatica PowerCenter 9.6.1 for personal use

  1. How to get and unpack the legitimate copies of the software packages (see Part 1)
  2. How to install Oracle 11g and create a database for Informatica repository and domain (see Part 2)
  3. How to install Informatica 9.6.1 server software (see Part 3)
  4. How to install Informatica 9.6.1 client software
  5. How to create Informatica repository and integration services (see Part5)
  6. How to test whether the setup is working (see Part 6)

Click here for previous post which describes How to install Informatica Server

In this post I will describe How to Install the Informatica 9.6.1 client software

Without further ado lets dive in!!

STEP1:- Goto the InfaClient folder that we created while unpacking the Informatica 9.6.1 package as mentioned in Step8 of part 1 of this post. Double click the install batch file to begin client installation.

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STEP2:- In the next screen select the option Install Informatica 9.6.1 clients and then click Next.

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STEP3:- Ensure you have 5GB of free disk space and click Next on the next screen

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STEP4:- Select all the option on the next screen and click Next

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STEP5:- Provide the installation directory where you want it to be installed. Keep the default.

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STEP6:- Select Install Data Tranformation Studio and a standalone copy of Eclipse in the next screen and click Next

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STEP7:- Click Install on the next screen to start the installation of client software

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STEP8:- Click Done when installation is complete

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This completes the client installation and you can find the PowerCenter Designer, Workflow Manager and Monitor tools in your All Programs-> Informatica 9.6.1  menu.

We are done with 80% of the work. Now we are left with creating the repository and integration services and testing if it all works.

See Part 5 on How to create repository and integration services.

Lets Go!!

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