Administering the Database Catalog

A database catalog is a database that is a centralized list of all the organization's databases, except the mail databases. The views in the catalog list all the databases by category, manager, replica ID, server, and title. Each database has a document that contains the server name, filename, replica ID, and the names of any servers, groups, or users with Manager access to the database. There is also information from the About This Database document of the database. Each document also has a set of buttons that let users look through the database or open it and add it to their bookmarks.

The Catalog task runs daily at 1 a.m. by default on every server to create or update a database catalog. Therefore, ...

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