[Mondrian] Olap4j, pentaho and jndi

Pedro Alves pedro at neraka.no-ip.org
Wed Jul 8 16:57:17 EDT 2009




You talked about a new server; By using this, will mondrian share the cache
/ memberscache info?



On Wed, Jul 08, 2009 at 03:45:51PM -0400, Luc Boudreau wrote:
>    Hi Pedro,
> 
>    You can initialize an olap4j connection by passing the following example
>    as a connection string to the Java JDBC DriverManager.
> 
>    jdbc:mondrian:Datasource=jdbc/SampleData;Catalog=./foodmart/FoodMart.xml
>    The "jdbc:mondrian" part tells the java DriverManager to use Mondrian's
>    in-process olap4j driver. The "Datasource=jdbc/SampleData" part is the
>    name of the JNDI datasource you want Mondrian to use. And last, the
>    Catalog is obviously the place where Mondrian can find a catalog.
> 
>    _____________________________
>    Luc Boudreau
> 
>    On Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 3:15 PM, Pedro Alves <[1]pedro at neraka.no-ip.org>
>    wrote:
> 
>      Hello everyone
> 
>      I'm trying, inside pentaho, to initialize a olap4j connection; since I'm
>      already authenticated in pentaho, I don't have - nor need to - the jdbc
>      connection info / credentials, but I have with me the jndi connection.
> 
>      With that and the schema location, what's the best way to get a Olap4j
>      connection?
> 
>      Thanks
> 
>      --
>      Pedro Alves
>      [2]pmgalves-at-gmail.com
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Pedro Alves
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