The remote LIMS is intended for labs and research groups where the lab data needs to be shared between, and edited by a large number of users.
To set up a remote LIMS server, you will need MySQL, available from http://www.mysql.com.
- Download an install the MySQL server software on a server which as accessible by everyone who needs to use the LIMS.
The next step is to create a blank schema. You can store multiple LIMS database on the one server, but each database must have its own schema.
- Create a schema, and visit the Download page to obtain the script required to create a blank LIMS database.
- You will need to create at least one user account with read/write access to this schema
To connect to the LIMS database, you need to choose "Remote Server" in the biocode login screen within Geneious.