Starting Platform Servers and Tools

The buttons on the left side of the Control Center show the dialog of each module.

Each one of these dialogs allows you to start/stop the servers and graphical tools of the module and display their status.

Denodo Platform Control Center

Denodo Platform Control Center

In the dialog of each module, there are two sections:

  1. Tools, on the upper part: that is, desktop and web administration tools.
  2. Servers, on the lower part of the dialog.

To start a server, click the button image0 next to its name.

To stop a running server, click image1 to stop it.

Click Stop all servers in the lower-left side to stop all the currently launched servers and web applications of the Denodo Platform.

To launch an administration tool, click Launch next to its name. If it is a web tool, the main page of the tool will be opened on your browser. The URL for the web tools are:

The list below refers to the documents that explain how to launch the servers/tools of each module, with a script:

Configuration of Custom Environments

In the Control Center you can define “Custom environments”, which are collections of servers and administration tools that can be managed as a group, instead of individually. For example, you can create an environment with all the administration tools you usually use so you can start them all at once instead of starting them one by one.

To manage custom environments click Custom on the left side of the Control Center.

Creation of custom environments

Creation of custom environments

There is a default custom environment: Data Integration Environment that includes the Virtual DataPort server, its administration tool and the ITPilot Browser Pool.

To create a new environment, click image2 and in the wizard provide this:

  1. Enter the name of the environment.
  2. Select the modules of the environment.
  3. Select the Java Virtual Machine that will be used to start the modules of this environment.
Creation and editing of custom environments

Creation and editing of custom environments

To edit an environment, click image3.

To delete an environment, click image4.

To start all the components of an environment, select it and click image5 on the bottom of the wizard.

To stop all the components of an environment, select it and click image6.