Open Dataedo Web in a browser and choose the Use existing repository option.
On the next page, specify connection details Dataedo Web will use to access your repository. This page may be split into three main sections explained below.
First, specify the host and port for your SQL Server or Azure SQL Database instance.
Next, specify the login used for the first connection. Since this may require upgrading your repository, this login should have the db_owner role in the repository database. While you can use Windows authentication for this connection, the account verified will be the one linked to Dataedo Web's application pool in IIS. In this case, you will need to grant it the required permissions in the database separately.
Then choose whether a new login should be created for future connections to the repository, or the login provided should be used instead.
If you want to create a new login to be created for these connections, leave the Create dedicated user box checked. Otherwise, if you want to use the same login as specified above, make sure the Create dedicated user box is unchecked.
Then click Connect to repository button.
Note that creating a new login requires higher privileges on the SQL Server instance and will not work on Azure SQL databases - in these cases make sure the box is unchecked.
The configuration is now complete and you can log in to the application. Use the same credentials as you would in Dataedo Desktop. Note that even in Active Directory or Local Windows authentication mode you will need to include your password to log in.
In some cases, you might be asked to enter your license key. If so, paste the entire 8 lines of the key, and click the Use key button.
You can now access Dataedo Web.