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Choosing the fields returned in stored procedure call CATALOG_VDP_METADATA_VIEWS
asked 24-03-2017 15:08:28 -0400

Is there a way to limit the fields returned in the Stored Procedure call CALL CATALOG_VDP_METADATA_VIEWS . For example, I only need the following fields from this call: DATABASE_NAME: name of the database that the view of the field belongs to. VIEW_NAM...

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meta data Stored Procedures

Denodo's doesn't listen on the proper ethernet interface
answered 24-03-2017 08:40:30 -0400

Hello, It seems that my new denodo installation listen on the various ports only on localhost, I've tried to follow the explanations on the RMI configuration article (https://community.denodo.com/kb/view/document/RMI%20host%20configuration?category=Ope...

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Doesn't seems to work on azure
answered 24-03-2017 08:36:00 -0400

Seems that it doesn't work on azure I can see my server listening to the ports, all is configured well (including ports / firewall) telnet to port 9999 on localhost work well but not from outside to the public ip. tcp6 0 0 :::9996 ...

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Web access shows "The page you requested was not found."
answered 24-03-2017 08:31:04 -0400

After trying for several days to install your software on an headless machine on azure where the application refuse to listen to the public ports I've left azure and moved to google cloud. I've downloaded your tar.gz, unpacked it and ran installer_cli....

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cloud

How to determine log controller status
answered 24-03-2017 07:04:27 -0400

Hello, I see that I can change the log levels for different objects using the logcontroller stored procedure like: call logcontroller('com.denodo.vdp.requests','error'); Is there a way also to determine all the values that have been set and the current...

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Monitoring with Nagios behind Load Balancer
answered 24-03-2017 07:01:02 -0400

Hi, I have a Denodo setup in AWS with 4 nodes with 1 load balancer. I am trying to configre Nagios monitoring with JMX. Do I need to setup monitoring for each specific node? Or, can I connect through load balancer and check the data like ActiveConnecti...

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Denono automatic names for fields when importing base views
answered 24-03-2017 04:54:25 -0400

It seems like Denodo is changing the names when it creates a base-view, from the data source names. I just do not know where to read the rules from. Is there a way to make sure that field names will not be changed (exposed the way they are exposed byth...

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names baseview

Connection with an OutSystems database
answered 24-03-2017 04:17:31 -0400

Hi team! We've succesfully made a connection between a OutSystems database and Denodo. OutSystems creates databases and tablenames automatically and works with a metadata layer. There is a metadata table which contains the metadata and the active tabl...

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OutSystems Connection

Derived view of a Derived view and inclusion of all base views even if columns not selected
answered 24-03-2017 00:42:38 -0400

I have a derived view "dv1" that has 4 base views(bv_a, bv_b, bv_c, bv_d). I want to create a derived view dv_2 over dv_1 so I don't have to know how to join all the base views together. dv2 is a subset of columns and does not use columns from bv_d. ...

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List of possible or default log categories
asked 23-03-2017 17:26:29 -0400

How do I determine the list of the possible log categories that can be passed to the logcontroller stored procedure? for example: call logcontroller('com.denodo.vdp.requests','error'); I know of: com.denodo.vdp.requests Regards, Mike

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