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Table of Contents
Introduction .................................................................................................... 1
Accessibility .................................................................................................... 1
Conventions Used in this Document ................................................................... 1
Reference Publications ..................................................................................... 2
Installing Data Management Studio ................................................................ 3
Installing Data Management Studio ................................................................... 3
System Requirements ...................................................................................... 7
Supported Databases for Data Storage............................................................... 8
Supported Databases for Repository Storage .................................................... 10
Supported Platforms ...................................................................................... 12
Configuring Data Management Studio ........................................................... 15
Configuration Files ......................................................................................... 15
DataFlux Folder Permissions ........................................................................... 16
Configuration Options .................................................................................... 16
Data Access Component Directives .................................................................. 28
Logging Options ............................................................................................ 31
Installing Add-On Products ........................................................................... 34
Installing a Quality Knowledge Base................................................................. 34
Installing Data Packs ..................................................................................... 34
Installing Supplemental Language Support ....................................................... 36
Installing the Address Update Add-On .............................................................. 36
Installing Support for the SAP RFC Node .......................................................... 37
Technical Support ......................................................................................... 38
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) ................................................................... 38
Glossary ........................................................................................................ 40
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Introduction
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Accessibility
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Conventions Used in this Document
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DataFlux References
Accessibility
DataFlux Data Management Platform (Data Management Platform) includes features that
improve usability of the product for users with disabilities. These features are related to
accessibility standards for electronic information technology that were adopted by the
United States (U.S.) Government under Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act of 1973,
as amended.
If you have questions or concerns about the accessibility of DataFlux products, send an email to techsupport@dataflux.com.
Conventions Used in this Document
This document uses several conventions for special terms and actions.
Typographical Conventions
The following typographical conventions are used in this document:
Typeface
Description
Bold
Text in bold signifies a button or action
italic
Identifies document and topic titles
monospace Typeface used to indicate filenames, directory paths, and examples of code
Syntax Conventions
The following syntax conventions are used in this document:
Syntax
Description
[]
Brackets [] are used to indicate variable text, such as version numbers
#
The pound # sign at the beginning of example code indicates a comment that is not
part of the code
>
The greater than symbol is used to show a browse path, for example Start
> Programs > DataFlux Data Management Studio 2.2 > Documentation.
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Reference Publications
This document might reference other DataFlux® publications including:
DataFlux Authentication Server Administrator's Guide
DataFlux Authentication Server User's Guide
DataFlux Data Management Server Administrator's Guide
DataFlux Data Management Server User's Guide
DataFlux Data Management Studio User's Guide
DataFlux Expression Language Reference Guide
DataFlux Federation Server Administrator's Guide
DataFlux Federation Server User's Guide
DataFlux Migration Guide
DataFlux Quality Knowledge Base Online Help
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Studio
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Installing Data Management Studio
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System Requirements
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Data Storage
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Repository Storage
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Supported Platforms
Installing Data Management Studio
The installation process for DataFlux® Data Management Studio consists of the following
stages:
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Obtain the Microsoft .Net Framework
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License Data Management Studio
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Run the Data Management Studio Installation Wizard
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Install the Quality Knowledge Base
•
Perform Reinstallations
Obtain the Microsoft .Net Framework
Go to the download page for Microsoft® .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 or higher and
download the software.
License Data Management Studio
Four licensing options are available for Data Management Studio
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DataFlux License Server - Multiple computers can share a DataFlux license file on a
DataFlux License Server.
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DataFlux License File - A single computer can access a DataFlux license file on a file
system.
•
SAS License File - A single computer can access a SAS license file on a file system.
•
SAS SETINIT File - A method to renew your existing SAS System license or add
additional products to your license.
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DataFlux License Server
Perform the following steps to enable multiple computers to share a DataFlux license file on
a DataFlux License Server:
1.
Download the License Manager from the DataFlux MyPortal
site http://www.dataflux.com/MyDataFlux-Portal.
2.
Install the License Manager on the computer that will be your license server.
Double-click the installation package and follow the instructions. (A licensing user
guide is installed in the folder where the license server is installed. Later, you will use
the instructions in this user guide to start the licensing server.)
3.
Run the lmhostid command, which generates a host ID for your license server.
4.
Email the host ID to your DataFlux representative and request a license file.
5.
When you receive the license file, save it on the computer that will be your license
server.
6.
Start the license server according to the instructions in the licensing user guide.
7.
On the computer where Data Management Studio is installed, select Start
> Programs > DataFlux > License Manager 2.2.
8.
In the License Manager dialog, select DataFlux License as the primary licensing
method.
9.
In the DataFlux license file section of the dialog, specify the location of the license
server. This value will be something like @server.dataflux.com.
10.
When finished, click OK.
DataFlux License File
Perform the following steps to enable a single computer to access a DataFlux license file on
a file system:
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1.
On a computer where Data Management Studio is installed, select Start > Programs
> DataFlux> Show Host ID. The host ID is displayed.
2.
Email the host ID to your DataFlux representative and request a license file.
3.
When you receive the license file, save it in the license folder where Data
Management Studio is installed.
4.
On the computer where Data Management Studio is installed, select Start
> Programs > DataFlux> License Manager 2.2.
5.
In the License Manager dialog, select DataFlux License as the primary licensing
method.
6.
In the DataFlux license file section of the dialog, specify the location of the license
file.
7.
When finished, click OK.
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SAS License File
Perform the following steps to enable a single computer to access a SAS license file on a file
system:
1.
Obtain a SAS license file from your SAS representative.
2.
Save the SAS license file to a location that is accessible to Data Management Studio.
3.
On the computer where Data Management Studio is installed, select Start
> Programs > DataFlux> License Manager 2.2. The License Manager dialog is
displayed.
4.
In the License Manager dialog, select SAS License as the primary licensing method.
5.
In the SAS license file section of the dialog, specify the location of the license file.
6.
When finished, click OK.
SAS SETINIT File
A SETINIT is the file that the SAS Customer Service Department generates for your site
whenever you renew your existing SAS System license or add additional products to your
license. Perform the following steps to request and configure a SAS SETINIT for Data
Management Studio:
1.
Obtain a SAS SETINIT from the SAS support page at
http://support.sas.com/adminservices/additional/dfunlockreq.html. You will receive an
email with the SAS SETINIT.
2.
Save the SAS SETINIT to a location that is accessible to Data Management Studio.
3.
On the computer where Data Management Studio is installed, select Start
> Programs > DataFlux> License Manager 2.2. The License Manager dialog is
displayed.
4.
In the License Manager dialog, select SAS License as the primary licensing method.
5.
In the SAS license file section of the dialog, specify the location of the SAS SETINIT.
Note that SAS license names may be different from version to version.
6.
When finished, click OK.
Annual Licensing Notification
For DataFlux licenses, thirty days prior to license expiration, you will receive a message that
your license will expire in a certain number of days. For SAS licenses (setinits), the
expiration notice is defined by the warning period. The warning period is configurable
through SAS.
Note: DataFlux licenses are not configurable. Contact your DataFlux sales
representative to renew your DataFlux product license(s).
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Run the Data Management Studio Installation Wizard
Perform the following steps to run the installation wizard:
1.
Go to the downloads section of MyDataFlux Portal on the DataFlux® Web site.
2.
Find the Data Management Studio section and download the needed version.
3.
Once downloaded, run the installation wizard.
4.
Review the welcome window for the wizard. Click Next to access the Choose Install
Location window.
5.
Review the location of the destination folder. You can either accept the default
location or click Browse to select a new location. Click Next to access the Instance
Name window.
6.
To accept the default name, click Next. If you have multiple instances installed on the
same machine, select an instance name to uniquely identify this installation and then
click Next to access the Choose Components window.
7.
Review the available components and select the ones to install. Click Next to access
the Licensing window.
8.
Select a licensing method and specify any information required for that method.
Click Next to access the Start Installation window.
9.
Click Install to access the Installing window and watch the progress of the Data
Management Studio installation.
10.
Review the installation summary. Click Finish to exit the wizard.
Install the Quality Knowledge Base
Perform the following steps to install one or more Quality Knowledge Bases (QKBs):
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1.
Go to the downloads section of MyDataFlux Portal on the DataFlux Web site.
2.
Find the QKB section and download the needed version.
3.
Once downloaded, run the installation wizard.
4.
Review the welcome window for the wizard. Click Next to access the Quality
Knowledge Base License window.
5.
Review the terms of the license. Click Accept to accept the terms and access
the Choose QKB Name window.
6.
Review the QKB name and location. Click Next to access the next window.
7.
Select the locales that you need. Click Next to access the next window.
8.
Decide whether this will be the active QKB. Select the appropriate option and
click Next twice to install the QKB files.
9.
Open Data Management Studio and click the Administration riser bar.
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Right-click Quality Knowledge Base and click New in the pop-up menu.
11.
Supply a name and the directory for the QKB that you installed.
12.
Click OK to save the settings and exit the Add Quality Knowledge Base Location
window.
Perform Reinstallations
If need to reinstall Data Management Studio, you should consider the following issues:
•
You should always uninstall your existing Data Management Studio to remove any
configuration file changes before you install a new image.
•
You might need to upgrade your repositories. To perform the upgrade, click
the Administration riser bar. Then, click Repository Definitions. Next, right-click a
repository that needs the upgrade and click Upgrade in the pop-up menu. Right-click
the upgraded repository and click Connect in the pop-up menu. Finally, close and
restart the Data Management Studio application.
System Requirements
System requirements for DataFlux Data Management Studio are as follows:
Requirement
Minimum
Platforms
Microsoft® Windows 7® 32-Bit,
Windows XP®, and Windows Vista®.
.Net
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 Service
Framework
Pack 1
Processor
Intel® Pentium® 4 - 1.2 GHz or higher
Memory (RAM) 512 MB
Disk Space
5 GB
Recommended
Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5
Service Pack 1 or higher
Intel Pentium 4 - 2.2 GHZ or higher
2+ GB
10+ GB
See also the Supported Platforms for Data Management Studio.
Note: A number of features in Data Management Studio 2.2 will not work
unless you have Java 1.6 or later. Please verify that your Java version meets
this requirement.
Note that if you plan to access a DataFlux Data Management Server with Data Management
Studio 2.3, then the server must be version 2.3 or later. If you must access a Data
Management Server that is version 2.2 or earlier, then you must use a 2.2 or earlier version
of Data Management Studio.
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Supported Databases for Data Storage
DataFlux Data Management Studio can use DataFlux ODBC 7.0 drivers to access data in the
following databases:
Driver
Btrieve®
Btrieve
dBASE
dBASE™
dBASE
dBASE
dBASE
DB2® Wire Protocol
Database Version
Btrieve 6.15
Pervasive.SQL™ 7.0, 8.5, and 2000
Clipper™
dBASE IV and V
FoxPro 2.5, 2.6, and 3.0
FoxPro 6.0 (with 3.0 functionality only)
FoxPro 3.0 Database Containers (DBC)
IBM® DB2 v9.1, v9.5, and v9.7 for Linux®, UNIX, and
Windows®
DB2 Wire Protocol
IBM DB2 Universal Database™ (UDB) v7.x and v8.x for Linux,
UNIX, and Windows
DB2 Wire Protocol
IBM DB2 v9.1 and v10 for z/OS
DB2 Wire Protocol
IBM DB2 UDB v7.x and v8.1 for z/OS
DB2 Wire Protocol
IBM DB2 UDB V5R1, V5R2, V5R3, V5R4, V6R1, and V7R1 for
iSeries®
Greenplum Wire Protocol
Greenplum Database 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 4, and 4.1
Informix© (client)
Informix Dynamic Server 9.2, 9.3, 9.4, 10.0, 11.0, 11.5, and
11.7
Informix Wire Protocol
Informix Dynamic Server 9.2, 9.3, 9.4, 10.0, 11.0, 11.5, and
11.7
MySQL™ Wire Protocol
MySQL 5.0x, 5.1, and 5.5
Oracle® (client)
Oracle 8.0.5 and higher (32-bit only)
Oracle (client)
Oracle 8i R2 and R3, (8.1.6 and 8.1.7)
Oracle (client)
Oracle 9i R1 and R2 (9.0.1 and 9.2)
Oracle (client)
Oracle 10g R1 and R2 (10.1 and 10.2)
Oracle (client)
Oracle 11g R1 and R2 (11.1 and 11.2)
Oracle Wire Protocol
Oracle 8i R2, R3 (8.1.6 and 8.1.7)
Oracle Wire Protocol
Oracle 9i R1 and R2 (9.0.1 and 9.2)
Oracle Wire Protocol
Oracle 10g R1 and R2 (10.1 and 10.2)
Oracle Wire Protocol
Oracle 11g R2 (11.2)
PostgreSQL® Wire Protocol PostgreSQL 8.2, 8.3, 8.4, 9.0, and 9.1
Progress OpenEdge Wire
Progress OpenEdge 10.1x, 10.2x, and 11.0
Protocol
Salesforce
Salesforce (API Version 23)
SQL Server Legacy Wire
Microsoft® SQL Server® 7.0
Protocol
SQL Server Legacy Wire
Microsoft SQL Server 2000
Protocol
SQL Server Legacy Wire
Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Protocol
SQL Server Legacy Wire
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R1, R2
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Protocol
SQL Server Wire Protocol
SQL Server Wire Protocol
SQL Server Wire Protocol
Sybase® Wire Protocol
Sybase Wire Protocol
Sybase IQ
Teradata®
Teradata
Text
XML
Database Version
Microsoft SQL Server 2000
Microsoft SQL Server 2005
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R1, R2
Sybase Adaptive Server® 11.5 and 11.9
Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise® 12.0, 12.5x, 15.0, 15.5,
and 15.7
Sybase IQ 15.0, 15.1, 15.2, and 15.3
Teradata 12.0, 13.0, and 13.1
Teradata V2R6.0, V2R6.1, and V2R6.2
Text Files
XML Documents (tabular and hierarchical formatted)
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Supported Databases for Repository Storage
Overview
To add or update a repository, you will access the Repository Definition dialog. This dialog is
used to create a repository definition file (.RCF file). There are two main sections of the
Repository Definition dialog, as shown in the next figure:
Data storage - specifies a database for the storage of data explorations, profiles, and all
objects in the Business Rule Manager (rules, tasks, custom metrics, etc.). Supported
databases include SQLite and other database formats. For a list of supported formats,
see Database Storage for Repositories.
File storage - specifies a separate storage location for objects that are stored as files, such
as data jobs, process jobs, queries, *.sas files (SAS code files), and Entity Resolution
Output files (*.sri files). For a list of supported formats, see File Storage for Repositories.
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Database Storage for Repositories
A Data Management Studio repository supports two kinds of storage: database storage and
file storage. The following databases can be used for the database storage section of a
repository:
Database
ODBC Driver
DB2® V8.x, V9.1, V9.5, and V9.7 for Linux®, UNIX, and Windows
X
DB2® Universal Database (UDB) v7.x for Linux®, UNIX, and Windows
X
Informix Server 10.0, 11.0, and 11.5
X
Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 R1, R2
X
Microsoft SQL Server 2005
X
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition (64-bit)
X
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Desktop Engine (MSDE 2000)
X
Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Service Packs 1, 2, 3, 3a and 4
X
Oracle® 11g R1, R2 (11.1, 11.2)
X
Oracle 10g R1, R2(10.1, 10.2)
X
Oracle 9i R1, R2 (9.0.1, 9.2)
X
Sybase® Adaptive Server® 12.0, 12.5x, 15, and 15.5
X
Teradata® 12.0 and 13.0
X
Note: Due to locking issues, file-based repositories and Microsoft®
Access® based repositories are not recommended.
File Storage for Repositories
The file storage location can be any physical path that is accessible to Data Management
Studio, which is a Windows application. Any version of Windows that supports Data
Management Studio can of course be used for file storage. For more information,
see Operating Systems.
It is possible to specify a UNIX location for file storage if this location has been made
accessible to Data Management Studio as a network drive, etc. The following versions of
UNIX are supported:
•
AIX®: Version 5.3 and 6.1 on POWER® architectures
•
HP-UX® PA-RISC: HP-UX 11iv2 (11.23), 11iv3 (11.31)
•
HP-UX Itanium®: HP-UX 11iv2 (11.23), 11iv3 (11.31)
•
Linux® for x86 (x86-32)
•
Linux on x64
•
Solaris™ on SPARC: Version 8, 9, 10
•
Solaris on x64: Version 10
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Supported Platforms
•
Operating Systems
•
License Servers
•
Virtual Environments
Operating Systems
Data Management Studio is a 32-bit application that runs on Microsoft Windows. It can be
used on the following versions of Windows:
Supported Operating Systems
32bit
32-bit
compatibility
mode on
64 bit OS
64bit
X
X
n/a
X
X
n/a
X
X
n/a
X
X
n/a
X
X
n/a
Windows XP Professional SP3 on an x64 chip
X
X
n/a
Windows Vista® Business on an x64 chip
X
X
n/a
Windows Vista (Enterprise, Ultimate) on an x64 chip
X
X
n/a
Windows Server 2008® (Standard, HPC, Small Business,
Datacenter, Datacenter without Hyper-V, Enterprise without
Hyper-V, Foundation, Standard without Hyper-V)
X
X
n/a
Windows Server 2008 R2 (Standard, HPC, Small Business,
Datacenter, Datacenter without Hyper-V, Enterprise without
Hyper-V, Foundation, Standard without Hyper-V)
X
X
n/a
Windows Server 2008 (Enterprise)
X
X
n/a
Windows Server 2008 R2 (Enterprise)
X
X
n/a
Windows Server 2003® SP1 (Small Business Server, Web
Edition, Datacenter, Standard)
Windows Server 2003 SP2 (Small Business Server, Web
Edition, Datacenter, Standard) x86
Windows Server 2003 SP2 (Small Business Server, Web
Edition, Datacenter, Standard)
Windows Server 2003 SP1 (Enterprise) x86
Windows Server 2003 SP1 (Enterprise) x64
Windows Server 2003 SP2 (Enterprise) x86
Windows Server 2003 SP2 (Enterprise) x64
Windows XP Professional® SP2 on an x86 chip
Windows XP Professional SP2 on an x64 chip
Windows XP Professional SP3 on an x86 chip
Windows Server 2008 for Itanium-based Systems on an
Itanium chip
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Supported Operating Systems
32bit
32-bit
compatibility
mode on
64 bit OS
64bit
Windows 7® (the 64 bit OS) on an x64 chip (Starter, Home
Basic, Home Premium, Professional, Ultimate)
X
n/a
Windows 7 (the 64 bit OS) on an x64 chip (Enterprise)
X
n/a
Windows Server 2008 R2 for Itanium-based Systems on an
Itanium chip
License Servers
A DataFlux License Server 1.1 can be installed on the following server types:
Supported Server Types (Minimum Versions)
AIX® 5.3 and 6.1 on a pSeries chip
HP/UX® 11.11 on a PA-RISC® chip (11i v1.0)
HP/UX® 11.23 on a PA-RISC® chip (11i v2.0)
HP/UX 11.23 on an Itanium chip (11i v2.0)
HP/UX® 11.31 on a PA-RISC® chip (11i v3.0)
HP/UX 11.31 on an Itanium chip (11i v3.0)
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 4
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux 5
Solaris™ 9 on a SPARC© chip
Solaris 10 on a SPARC chip
Solaris 10 on an x64 chip
SUSE Linux Enterprise System 9 on an x86 chip
SUSE Linux Enterprise System 9 on an x64 chip
SUSE Linux Enterprise System 9 SP 3 or Greater on an
x64 chip
SUSE Linux Enterprise System 10 on an x64 chip
SUSE Linux Enterprise System 11 on an x64 chip
Windows Server 2003 SP1 (Small Business Server,
Web Edition, Datacenter, Standard)
32bit
32-bit compatibility
mode on
64 bit OS
X
64bit
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Note: The Linux server is supported on any Linux system that is
compliant with Linux Server Base (LSB) 3.0 or greater. You can determine the
level of LSB compliance by running the command lsb_release on the Linux
system.
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Virtual Environments
Environments
Citrix®
Remote Desktop
Terminal Server
Virtual PC
VMWare®
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Supported
Contact your DataFlux Sales Executive for more information.
DataFlux products supported in this environment.
Contact your DataFlux Sales Executive for more information.
DataFlux products supported in this environment.
DataFlux products supported in this environment.
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Configuring Data Management
Studio
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Configuration Files
•
DataFlux Folder Permissions
•
Configuration Options
•
Data Access Component Directives
•
Logging Options
Configuration Files
When Data Management Studio starts, it will determine which configuration options are in
effect by reading a series of configuration files, by looking in the environment, and by
reading the command line. If there are two settings of the same name that exist in
different configuration settings, the order in which the settings are read in determines which
value is used. The last value read is used as the configuration setting.
Data Management Studio reads configuration settings in this order:
1.
The app.cfg file in the etc folder where Studio is installed.
2.
The app.cfg file in a user folder, such as drive:\Documents and
Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\DataFlux\DataManagement\VERSION.
3.
The application-specific configuration files in the etc folder, such as ui.cfg or
dmserver.cfg.
4.
The application-specific configuration files in a user folder.
5.
The macros folder in the etc folder. The default path to the macros folder can be
overridden with BASE/MACROS_PATH setting in the above configuration files.
6.
The macros folder in a user folder.
7.
The environment variables.
8.
The command-line options if applicable.
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DataFlux Folder Permissions
The following table outlines the recommended operating system permissions for users of
Data Management Studio.
Directories
DataFlux-home
DataFlux-home\Data Management
Studio
Users
Administrators,
Installer
Process user
DataFlux repositories (which can exist Process user
anywhere)
Default Permissions
Full control
Read and Execute, List Folder
Contents
Read and Execute, List Folder
Contents
Users need to be able to access the content and make changes to the DataFluxhome/etc
location. Also, they should have access to their own user location located in
%APPDATA%/DataFlux/.
Configuration Options
The main configuration options for Data Management Studio are as follows:
Option
Purpose
Source
Notes
Base/General Application
ODBC_INI
Overrides the
UNIX only.
location of the
odbc.ini file
BASE/AUTH_SERVER_L Location of
Optional If specified, contains the IOM URI to
OC
DataFlux
an Authentication Server. The basic
Authentication
format of the Authentication Server
Server
IOM URI is iom://<host>:<port>.
Where <host> is the name of the
computer where the Authentication
Server is executing and <port> is the
port in which the Authentication
Server may be contacted. The port
should be specified as 21030 unless
the default port for the Authentication
Server has been changed. For more
information, see the topic "Run a Job
with Domain-Enabled ODBC
Connections" in the Data Jobs chapter
of the DataFlux Data Management
Studio User's Guide.
BASE/LIBRARY_PATH
Path for Java jar
Optional Determined by startup code
dependencies
(DFEXEC_HOME/lib).
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BASE/PLUGIN_PATH
Purpose
Source
Notes
Path used by all
Optional Determined by startup code.
subsystems to find
plugins
BASE/EXE_PATH
Path containing
Optional Calculated.
executables
BASE/PRIMARY_LICENS Primary licensing Required Must be set in the configuration file as
E
method
by base DATAFLUX or SAS
BASE/PRIMARY_LICENS Location of the
Required Must be set in the configuration file.
E_LOC
primary license
by base
file or server
BASE/MACROS_PATH
Path for system
Optional If not specified, this file is located in
macros.cfg file
the etc subfolder of the installation
folder.
BASE/SECONDARY_LICE Secondary
Required Must be set in the configuration file as
NSE
licensing method by base DATAFLUX or SAS.
BASE/SECONDARY_LICE Location of the
Required Must be set in the configuration file.
NSE_LOC
secondary license by base
file or server
BASE/LOGCONFIG_PAT Full path to the
Optional Must be set in the configuration file or
H
log configuration
it defaults to logging.xml in the etc
file
directory.
BASE/MESSAGE_PATH Path to the
Optional Determined by startup code.
message directory
BASE/MESSAGE_LOCAL Error message
Optional If not specified, it is determined from
E
locale
the system locale.
BASE/MESSAGE_LEVEL Error level of
Optional 0 (or not specified) - normal
messages
messages; 1 - includes source file and
line number in messages.
BASE/USER_PATH
Path for user
Optional Automatically determined by dfcurver.
configuration files
BASE/REPOS_DDL_LINE Format the output Must be For this macro and
_PREFIX
of the DDL file
set in BASE/REPOS_DDL_LINE_SUFFIX only,
that is generated
the
specifying ^p as a value will cause a
for a repository
configur line break.
from the
ation
Repository
file.
Definition dialog
BASE/REPOS_DDL_LINE Format the output Must be For this macro and
_SUFFIX
of the DDL file
set in BASE/REPOS_DDL_LINE_PREFIX only,
that is generated
the
specifying ^p as a value will cause a
for a repository
configur line break.
from the
ation
Repository
file.
Definition dialog.
BASE/REPOS_SYS_PATH System path for
Optional Automatically determined.
repository
configuration files
BASE/REPOS_USER_PAT User directory for Optional Automatically determined by dfcurver.
H
repository
configuration files
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Option
Purpose
Source
Notes
BASE/REPOS_FILE_ROO Overrides the root Optional If specified this is used as the root for
T
of the repository
repository when resolving the URI. In
for URI lookups
other words, the path in the URI will
be concatenated to this path to give
the actual filename of a URI.
BASE/REPOS_EVENT_W Repository event Optional Specifies how frequently in
AIT_QUERYMS
that processes the
milliseconds to query the repository
wait time between
for changes in the event table. This
processing
might need to be changed due to slow
queries.
servers or IT issues. This is an
overriding value and the default is
used if no value is set by the user. A
setting of -1 disables events from
client.
BASE/REPOS_EVENT_CL Repository event Optional
EAN_TIMEMIN
processor that
removes all events
older than X
minutes before
startup.
BASE/TEMP
Temporary
Optional If not specified, it inherits the value of
directory
the TEMP environment variable.
BASE/DATE_FORMAT
Specific date
Optional If specified, it is iso8601.
formats
BASE/TIME_BASE
Whether to use
Optional If this is set to GMT (not the default),
GMT time
the current date returns in GMT. This
will affect anything that uses the
current date timestamp.
BASE/SORTBYTES
Specifies the bytes Optional
to use when
sorting
BASE/SORTMERGES
Enables merge
Optional
during sort
BASE/SORTTEMP
Specifies the
Optional
temporary path
for sorts
BASE/SORTTHREADS
Specifies the
Optional
number of sort
threads
BASE/EMAILCMD
Specifies the
Required Can include %T and %B where %T is
command used to
replaced with the recipient and %B is
send email
a file containing the body of the
message; also used by monitor event
as well as architect nodes.
BASE/FTPGETCMD
Specifies the
Required Should default in the install, as
command used for
follows:
Ftp Get
• %U: Replace with username
Functionality
• %P: Replace with password
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Option
Purpose
Source
•
Notes
%S: Replace with server
•
%T: Replace with local directory
•
%F: Replace with Files to
download, multiple separated by
spaces
•
%L: Replace with the log file to
pipe the output.
BASE/FTPPUTCMD
Specifies the
Required BASE/FTPPUTCMD
command used for
Ftp Put
Functionality
BASE/LOGEXCEPTIONS Exception logging Optional Exception logging defaults to off. Set
this option to either 1 or a combination
of letters. A setting of 1 lists the
modules loaded at the time the
exception occurred, some information
on those modules, and the call stack
that caused the error. A setting with
letters can include: m = do not show
module info, V=turn verbose on,
U=install the Unhandled Exception
Filter, C=install the continue Exception
Filter, f=do not install the first chance
exception filter. This must be set
before starting the application of
interest, as this setting is read only at
startup.
BASE/TEXTMINE_LITI_L Doc extraction
Optional This is the install location of Teragram
ANG_LOCATION
node option
liti files. This allows them to be in
Teragram provided languages instead
of in the DataFlux install.
BASE/DMSTUDIO
Studio indicator
Optional If this option is set to true (value of
1), it indicates that it is using the
dmstudio process (not processes
started by dmstudio, like dfwfproc for
instance). The user should not adjust
this or override the value.
BASE/APP_VER
Application version Optional Defaults to 2.3.
number
BASE/UPDATE_LEVEL
Application update Optional Defaults to 0. Could be used as a
level
minor revision number.
Data Access Component Logging
DAC/DISABLESYSCATEN Enumeration of
Optional When set to "yes", 1, or "true," this
UM
syscat dsn's
setting will disable the listing the
SYSCAT type DSN's into DSN's that
are on that server.
DAC/DFTKLOGFILE
DFTK logging
Optional Filename.
DAC/TKTSLOGFILE
TKTS logging
Optional Filename.
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Option
Purpose
DAC/DFTKDISABLECEDA Disables CEDA
support
DAC/SAVEDCONNSYSTE Location of
M
system-saved
connections
DAC/SAVEDCONNUSER Location of usersaved connections
DAC/DSN
Source
Notes
Optional "Yes" turns it on.
Optional Defaults to DFEXEC_HOME/etc/dsn.
Optional Defaults to the user settings folder,
the folder where all of the applicationspecific settings supplied by a user are
stored, such as the following path
under Windows 7:
C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roamin
g\DataFlux\dac\9.x
Optional Path that defaults to
DFEXEC_HOME/etc/dftkdsn.
Optional "Yes" turns it on; off by default.
DSN directory for
TKTS dsns
DAC/DFTK_PROCESS
Run DFTK out of
process
DAC/DFTK_PROCESS_T TKTS path for
Optional Path that defaults to a core/sasext dir
KPATH
DFTK out of
off the executable dir.
process
Address Update (NCOA) (in dfncoa_appcfg.h)
NCOA/DVDPATH
Path to the
Required Resides in macros/ncoa.cfg.
unpacked/unZIPpe
d NCOA data
NCOA/QKBPATH
Path to the QKB
Required Resides in macros/ncoa.cfg.
used for Address
Update name
parsing
NCOA/USPSPATH
Path to the USPS Required Resides in macros/ncoa.cfg.
CASS/DPV/etc
data
NCOA/QKBPARSEDEFN Name of the Addr. Optional Default is "Name (Address Update)".
Updt. QKB parse
Resides in macros/ncoa.cfg.
definition to use
NCOA/REPOSDSN
Specifies DSN
Required Is overridden by
used to connect to
NCOA/REPOSCONNECTION. One or the
the Address
other is required. This is typically set
Update repository
by the Address Update Admin utility.
Resides in app.cfg.
NCOA/REPOSCONNECTI Specifies the
Required Overrides NCOA/REPOSDSN. One or
ON
connection string
the other is required. This is typically
used to connect to
set by the Address Update Admin
the Address
utility. Resides in app.cfg.
Update repository
NCOA/REPOSPREFIX
Table prefix used Required This is typically set by the Address
on the Address
Update Admin utility. Resides in
Update tables.
app.cfg.
NCOA/REPOSTYPE
Specifies the
Required Valid values are: 0 (Guess), 1 (ODBC),
repository type
2 (DFTK). If the value is 0, the node
attempts to determine the type from
the connection string. This is typically
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Option
Purpose
Source
Notes
set by the Address Update Admin
utility. Resides in app.cfg.
NCOA/DFAV_CACHE_SI Set verify cache
Optional The higher the value the more data is
ZE
percentage.
cached, the faster the processing, the
more memory used. The default is 0.
Resides in macros/ncoa.cfg.
NCOA/DFAV_PRELOAD Set verify preload Optional Valid values are "ALL" or an empty
options.
string. Using "ALL" requires a large
amount of memory. Resides in
macros/ncoa.cfg.
Pooling
Note that for puddle options, the name of the puddle is placed after 'POOLING/', for
example, POOLING/WFEJOB/MAXIMUM_PROCESSES. If no puddle name is specified, it is
globally applied to all puddles. Here are a few puddles: WFEJOB - batch jobs on DMServer,
WFESVC - Process services on DMSERVER, APISVC - DFAPI services (in the works)
POOLING/CHILD_MAXIM Throttling for
Optional When specified, the number of
UM_LAUNCHES
launches
concurrent child process launches is
limited by this value. If the current
child launch request exceeds the
specified value, the launch will wait
until the number of launching
processes is below the specified value.
If zero or not specified, there is no
limit of concurrent child launches.
POOLING/MAXIMUM_PR Maximum number Optional If 0, the number of concurrent pooled
OCESSES
of concurrent
processes is unlimited. Default is
pooled processes
unlimited (previously was 10). If
POOLING/GET_PROCESS_TIMEOUT is
set, it will wait for that amount of time
to get a new process if it needs one.
This is a puddle option.
POOLING/GET_PROCES Acquire process
Optional Default is no timeout. Specifies the
S_TIMEOUT
timeout
length of time, in seconds, the process
requester should wait for a process to
become available. If zero, the
requester will wait indefinitely. The
acquire process timeout is in terms of
the acquisition of a process and the
process pooling handshaking. It does
not consider the time required by the
requester to complete application level
initialization. This is a puddle option.
POOLING/IDLE_TIMEOU Idle process
Optional Default is 0. Specifies the length of
T
timeout
time, in seconds, a process remains
idle before it is terminated. If zero,
idle processes are not terminated. This
is a puddle option.
POOLING/MAXIMUM_ER Maximum number Optional Default is 0 (never terminate it). This
RORS
of pooled process
controls how many times a process
errors before
can fail (when it is reused for
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Option
Purpose
Source
Notes
process is
something else) before it is
terminated
terminated. This is a puddle option.
POOLING/MAXIMUM_US Maximum number Optional Default is 0 (unlimited). The maximum
E
of pooled process
number of times a pooled process may
uses before
be used. After the pooled process has
process is
been used the specified number of
terminated.
times, it is terminated. This is a puddle
option.
Process Flow
WFE/CANCEL_TIMEOUT Amount of time to Optional When user hits cancel the amount of
give remote
time to wait for remote nodes to exit
processes to
gracefully before killing them.
cancel in
milliseconds
WFE/MAX_EMBED_COU Maximum
Optional Defaults to 100. Maximum level of
NT
embedding level
embedding for process nodes. Helps
prevent runaway recursion when
recursively embedding jobs.
WFE/MAX_EMBED_COU Maximum threads Optional Default unlimited. Allows the user to
NT
allocate a number of threads for
running process nodes. Each thread
runs a node (even when running out of
process). If this count is reached,
nodes scheduled for execution will
queue up.
WFE/ENGINE_THREAD_ Specifies the
Optional Use this setting to limit the number of
LIMIT
thread pool limits
engine threads. The default is 0
for the workflow
meaning unbounded, which will defer
engine.
to the system for the thread pool
limits.
The optimal setting is the number of
processors + 1.
WFE/STATUS_FREQUEN How frequently to Optional This is milliseconds, the default is 250.
CY
update status
This is how long to wait before
obtaining status from a remote node.
Setting to -1 disables polling for status
(which may yield better performance).
Profile
PROF/DEBUG_MODE
Frequency
Optional Possible values include 0 not debug
distribution engine
mode or 1 debug mode: default is not
debug mode
debug mode. The log is located at
C:\Documents and
Settings\<USER ID>\Local
Settings\Temp.
PROF/PER_TABLE_BYTE Frequency
Optional Any numeric value. Default is -1
S
distribution engine
(frequency distribution engine
per table bytes
default).
PROF/LOCK_RETRIES
SQLite repository Optional Specifies the number of times to retry
connection
SQLite repository connection when a
attempts
connect attempt times out or -1 to
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Option
Purpose
Source
Notes
retry until a connection is established.
Used by explorer too.
QKB
QKB/PATH
Path to QKB
Required Path is set to the default QKB defined
by QKB in application.
products
QKB/SURFACEALL
Surfaces all parse Optional Default is NO. Note that the
definitions
application start-up creates a blue
fusion pool that sets the option for all
consumers (Profile, Explorer and
Nodes) with the exception of the
Expression Engine, which continue to
have its own initialization.
QKB/COMPATVER
Denotes which
Optional Possible values: dfpower82, dmp21,
compatible version
and dmp22. Default: dmp22. Note that
to use when
the application start-up creates a blue
interacting with
fusion pool that sets the option for all
QKB
consumers (Profile, Explorer and
Nodes) with the exception of the
Expression Engine, which continue to
have its own initialization.
QKB/ALLOW_INCOMPAT Allow use of
Optional Default is NO. Note that the
incompatible
application start-up creates a blue
Quality Knowledge
fusion pool that sets the option for all
Base definitions
consumers (Profile, Explorer and
Nodes) with the exception of the
Expression Engine, which continue to
have its own initialization.
QKB/ON_DEMAND
Loads QKB
Optional Default is YES. Note that the
definitions on
application start-up creates a blue
demand
fusion pool that sets the option for all
consumers (Profile, Explorer and
Nodes) with the exception of the
Expression Engine, which continue to
have its own initialization.
CUSTOMIZE/DISABLE_F Temporarily
Optional Read by ui.cfg when Customize starts.
ILE_NOTIFICATIONS
disables
When QKB developers make numerous
notifications
small changes to files in an editor
while Customize is open, Customize
sends a notification that warns that
the file being changed and provides a
list of all the definitions that are
affected. To temporarily disable these
notifications, edit ui.cfg by adding
CUSTOMIZE/DISABLE_FILE_NOTIFICA
TIONS=1.
Architect Client (UI) settings
ARCHITECT/AutoPassThr Client option to
Optional Maintained by client; choices are 0
u
set mappings
(target), 1 (Source and Target), and 2
(All).
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Option
VERIFY/CACHESIZE
VERIFY/CANADA
VERIFY/GEO
Purpose
Architect nodes,
Specifies a
percentage value
Specifies the path
to Canadian data
Source
etc (Defined in ids.h)
Optional
Notes
Required Maintained by Canada installation.
by SERP When you install Canada Post data on
nodes a machine, it writes the path where it
was installed into the data. This data is
architecture-specific, so it differs from
platform to platform even though it is
the same data. Machines with different
architectures require separate
installations.
Required Maintained by Geo installation
by Geo
Optional Valid values are ALL or empty string.
Specifies the
geo/phone path
VERIFY/PRELOAD
Specifies the
preload string for
verify
VERIFY/USEDPV
Enables or
Optional
disables the PDV
processing
VERIFY/USERDI
Enables or
Optional Residential Delivery Indicator (RDI).
disables the RDI
processing
VERIFY/USELACS
Enables or
Optional Locatable Address Conversion System
disables the
(LACS).
LACSLink
processing
VERIFY/USEELOT
Enables or
Optional
disables the eLOT
processing
VERIFY/USPS
Specifies the USPS Required Maintained by USPS installation.
data path
by USPS
VERIFY/UPSPINST
Determines
Required Maintained by USPS installation.
whether the USPS
data is installed or
if sample data is
being used
VERIFYINTL/CFG
Verifies the
Required Path maintained by component
international
by
installation.
addresses
internati
onal
verificati
on
VERIFYWORLD/CONFIGF Specifies the path Required For more information about this file,
ILE
to the
by
see the Data Management Studio
SetConfig.xml file Address documentation for the Address
that is used by the Verificati Verification (World 2) node.
Address
on
Verification (World (World
2) data job node. 2) data
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Purpose
Source
Notes
Use this option to job node
change the default
location of this
file.
VERIFYWORLD/DB
Specifies the
Required Path maintained by component
Platon data path
for
installation.
Platon
VERIFYWORLD/UNLK
Specifies the
Required Path maintained by component
Platon library
for
installation.
universal unlock
Platon
code
CLUSTER/BYTES
Specifies the bytes Optional
use when
clustering
CLUSTER/LOG
Specifies whether Optional
a clustering log is
needed
CLUSTER/TEMP
Specifies the
Optional
cluster temporary
path
FRED/LOG
Specifies whether Optional
a FRED log is
needed
JAVA/CLASSPATH
Specifies the Java Optional
classpath
JAVA/DEBUG
Optional
JAVA/DEBUGPORT
Optional
dfIntelliServer
DFCLIENT/CFG
Used for
Required Maintained by dfIntelliServer
dfIntelliServer
installation; typical location is
'C:\Program
Files\DataFlux\dfIntelliServer\etc\dfcli
ent.cfg; modify the dfclient.cfg file to
point to the server and port.
Repository
REPOS/CREATE_SPEC_P Specifies how to
Optional This specification provides a means of
ATH
create the
configuring the commands to create
repository table or
tables and indexes in the repository.
index
REPOS/FORCE_FILE_BA Repository SQLite Optional If set to true all SQLite access will go
SED
usage
through dfsqlite instead of DAC.
REPOS/LOCK_RETRIES Specifies the
Optional Number of times to retry SQLite
number of
repository connection when a connect
attempts to
attempt times out or -1 to retry until a
connect to a
connection is established.
SQLite repository
REPOS/TABLE_LIST_PAT Repository XML
Optional The directory that should contain XML
H
table definition
files for any tables the repository
library should add on creation or
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Option
Purpose
Source
Notes
update. If set we look in here for XML
files that will contain repository table
definitions, if not set we look in
DFEXEC_HOME/etc/reposcreate.
Other
EXPRESS_MAX_STRING Specifies the
Optional Default maximum length of any string
_LENGTH
maximum size of
in this node is 5,242,880 bytes (5MB).
strings declared in
This enables specifying a larger value
expression nodes
in bytes. If performance issues arise,
the suggested setting is 65536 bytes.
EXPRESSION/UDFDIR
Specifies where to Optional If not specified, UDF files will be
look for UDF files
sought in installationdir/etc/udf.
JAVA/COMMAND
Command used to Optional Default is java. This is the command
launch Java
used to launch the java proxy process.
The Java command must be
compatible with launching from the
command line. Here are some
examples:
JAVA/COMMAND = java
JAVA/COMMAND = java Djavax.net.ssl.trustStore=C:\Store\j
ssecacerts
JAVA/COMMAND = java Djavax.net.ssl.trustStore="C:\Cert
Store\jssecacerts"
JAVA/COMMAND = "C:\Program
Files\Java\jre6\bin\java"
MDM/REPOSITORY_ROO
T_FOLDER
STEPENG/PROFILEBYNO Specifies the
DE
performance
profiler by node
instance.
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Optional Name/location of the root folder for
mdm within a repository. This one
allows for the
“foundations/master_data” to be
overwritten by the end user when
putting the contents of
[INSTALL_ROOT]/share/mdm into a
repository.
Use only When set to Yes, this gives you each
for
node instance and how many
design milliseconds were spent on each of
and three operations (prepare, pretesting. execute, execute), and how many
Do not times each was entered. The ID will
use in a correspond to the iid field in the XML
producti file for the job, and will include the job
name so you can see embedded jobs.
on
environ To turn on the functionality, go into
ment your configuration files. To profile
realtime services, update dfwsvc.cfg.
To profile batch jobs, update
dfwfproc.cfg. To profile from studio,
update ui.cfg. To profile all three,
update app.cfg. The results are written
to the log under the DF.RTProfiler
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Option
Purpose
STEPENG/PROFILEBYTY Specifies the
PE
performance
profiler by node
type.
SAP_LIBPATH
Specifies the
location of SAP
RFC libraries on
UNIX only.
Source
Notes
heading at trace level. An example of
the output is: NX,inner2.ddf,1,0,5
where the values represent action type
or operation (either NX - cumulative
time spent processing rows, PR - time
preparing, or PX - time pre-executing),
job name, instance (iid field in the XML
file), milliseconds, and entries (the
number of times you've entered that
code).
Use only When set to Yes, this setting provides
for
you each node type along with how
design many milliseconds were spent on each
and of three operations (prepare, pretesting. execute, execute), and how many
Do not times each was entered.
use in a To turn on the functionality, go into
producti your configuration files. To profile
on
realtime services, update dfwsvc.cfg.
environ To profile batch jobs, update
ment dfwfproc.cfg. To profile from studio,
update ui.cfg. To profile all three,
update app.cfg. The results are written
to the log under the DF.RTProfiler
heading at trace level.
An example of the output
is: NX,ARCHITECT_EMBEDDED_JO
B,0,5
where the values represent action type
or operation (either NX - cumulative
time spent processing rows, PR - time
preparing, or PX - time pre-executing),
node type, milliseconds, and entries
(the number of times you've entered
that code).
Optional These shared libraries are installed to
support the SAP Remote Function Call
node, a data job node in Data
Management Studio. For more
information, see "Installing Support for
the SAP RFC Node" topic in the
DataFlux Data Management Studio
Installation and Configuration Guide.
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Data Access Component Directives
The Data Access Component (DAC) enables you to connect to data using Open Database
Connectivity (ODBC) and Threaded Kernel Table Services (TKTS). ODBC database source
names (DSNs) are not managed by the DAC, but by the Microsoft ODBC Administrator.
TKTS DSNs, however, are managed by the DAC, and TKTS connections are stored in a TKTS
DSN directory. The DAC reads a list of settings to determine what actions to take, where to
find various things it needs, and how to make the proper connections.
Note: The default DAC directives should be satisfactory for most sites. Change these
settings only if you have special needs.
There are three types of DAC Configuration Directives:
Configuration options: Most of the DAC's settings come from configuration values as
specified in app.cfg or other config files that are read in a specific sequence. It is
recommended to put these settings in the app.cfg file, but they can be put in macro.cfg or
another application-specific configuration file. See Configuration Options for a more
comprehensive list of possible configuration values.
Registry: The DAC only looks in the registry for DSN-specific items. These are found in
either or both HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\DataFlux\dac\{version}\{dsn} or
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\DataFlux\dac\{version}\{dsn}. "dsn" in this case is a
string with the same name as the DSN to be affected.
Environment variables: You can identify the environment variables with $NAME in the
following table. Typically, the application using the DAC will set environment variables to
appropriate locations. On Windows, $DFEXEC_HOME is set to the application's root
directory.
Setting
Description
Command Specifies a text file with
file
SQL commands (one per
execution line). These commands will
run in turn, on any new
connection that is made.
For example, they can be
used to set session
settings. This is
implemented only for the
ODBC driver.
Connection Allows you to specify the
and login time in seconds for a
timeout
connection timeout and a
login timeout.
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Windows
UNIX
The DAC/SAVEDCONNSYSTEM
The same as
configuration value may specify Windows.
the path to the saved
connections. The DAC checks for
files with the same filename as
the DSN and a .sql extension.
The string type value is located Not supported.
in USER\dsn_name\logintimeout
(or connecttimeout) where
dsn_name is the name of the
dsn. The string value is the
number of seconds for the time
out. If it does not find it, the DAC
will look in the
SYSTEM\dsn_name\logintimeout.
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DAC
logging
Description
Determines whether to
create a log file for DAC
operations.
Windows
UNIX
This is controlled through the
The same as
effective logging configuration
Windows.
files, which uses log4sas. The
logger name "DAC" should be
used.
DFTK log Specifies the log file that
Look for config value
The same as
file
interacts with the DFTKSRV DAC/DFTKLOGFILE.
Windows.
layer and is useful only for
debugging issues specific to
dftksrv. This setting is
applicable only if you are
running DFTK out of
process.
Disable
Specifies whether to disable Look for DAC/DFTKDISABLECEDA The same as
CEDA
CEDA. This setting is
configuration value, which should Windows.
specify any non-null value, for
applicable only to tkts
connections.
example, yes.
Multiple
Specifies whether to allow a Look in USER\dsn_name\mars
Not applicable.
active
connection to open multiple for dword value of 1
results sets result sets at the same
where dsn_name is the name of
(MARS)
time. This is applicable only the dsn. If it does not find it, the
when using the SQL Server DAC will look in the
Native Client driver on
SYSTEM\dsn_name\mars.
Windows against an SQL
Server 2005 (or later).
Oracle
If connected to Oracle
Look in USER\oranum38real for Look in
NUMBER(3 (only), NUMBER(38)
dword value of 1. If it is not
$HOME/.dfpower/ds
8) handling columns is treated as
found in USER, look in
n.cfg for a line
INTEGER by default. To
SYSTEM\oranum38real.
dsn_name =
override that functionality,
oranum38real
treat them as REAL.
where dsn_name is
the DSN name.
Read
For SQL Server only,
Look in
Look in
uncommitt specifies that reading data USER\dsn_name\readuncommitt $HOME/.dfpower/ds
ed
from cursors is allowed to ed for dword value of 1. Where n.cfg for a line
read uncommitted rows.
dsn_name is the name of the
dsn_name =
This can alleviate lock ups dsn. After looking in USER look in readuncommitted
SYSTEM
in SQL Server (applies to
where dsn_name is
DMP version 2.3 and
the name of the
beyond)
DSN
Run DFTK Specifies whether to run
Look for config value
The same as
out of
TKTS out of process,
DAC/DFTK_PROCESS. This
Windows.
process
allowing you to perform
should specify any non-null
troubleshooting.
value, for example, yes.
Suffix for This allows you to provide a Look in
Not supported.
CREATE
string that is appended to USER\dsn_name\postcreate for a
string where dsn_name is the
TABLE
every CREATE TABLE
statements statement. If you include
name of the dsn. If it is not
found in USER, look in SYSTEM.
%t in this string, it is
substituted with the table
name.
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Setting
Description
Windows
System
Specifies where to find
Look in
saved
system saved connections. DAC/SAVEDCONNSYSTEM config
connection
value for a path. If it is not
found, the DAC checks for the
DFEXEC_HOME environment
variable in the
$DFEXEC_HOME\etc\dsn
subdirectory, which is in the
installation directory.
UNIX
Look for the same
config value. If not
found, look in the
$DFEXEC_HOME/etc
/dsn subdirectory,
which is in the
installation
directory.
TK Path
Same as for
Windows, but will
set it to
$DFEXEC_HOME/lib/
tkts if it is not
found.
Specifies where TK files are
located. This setting is
applicable only if you are
running Data Factory Took
Kit (DFTK) out of process.
The dftksrv path and core
directory should be
specified.
Look for config value
DAC/DFTK_PROCESS_PATH. If
still not found, set it to
$DFEXEC_HOME\bin;$DFEXEC_H
OME\bin\core\sasext.
TKTS DSN Specifies the path where
directory TKTS DSNs are stored in
XML files.
TKTS log
file
TKTS
startup
sleep
Look in config value DAC/DSN. If Look in the same
it is not found, look in
config value. If it is
$DFEXEC_HOME\etc\dftkdsn\.
not found, look in
$DFEXEC_HOME/etc
/dftkdsn/.
Specifies the log file that is Look for config value
The same as
produced by the TKTS layer DAC/TKTSLOGFILE.
Windows.
and is useful for debugging
tkts issues.
Specifies how much time in The DAC checks the registry for
seconds to delay between a tktssleep value.
the start of the dfktsrv
program and the booting of
TK. This setting is
applicable only if you are
running DFTK out of
process.
User saved Specifies where to find
connection user-saved connections.
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Look in DAC/SAVEDCONNUSER
config value for a path. If not
found, look in the user's
application settings directory,
which is usually in the
%APPDATA% directory, in the
DataFlux\dac\version
subdirectory. The %APPDATA%
location is
C:\Users\userid\AppData\ for
Windows 7 and C:\Documents
and Settings\userid\Application
Data\ for Windows XP.
Not supported.
Look for the same
config value. If not
found, look in the
$HOME/.dfpower/ds
n directory.
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Setting
Description
Use braces Specifies whether to
enclose DSN items with
braces when they contain
reserved characters. Most
drivers do not support use
of braces; however, this
might be an option if
problems occur with saving
credentials.
Windows
The DAC looks in
USER\usebraces for dword value
of 1. If it is not found there, the
DAC looks in SYSTEM\usebraces.
UNIX
Look in
$HOME/.dfpower/ds
n.cfg for a line
dsn_name =
usebraces where
dsn_name is the
name of the DSN.
Logging Options
The following log files are provided for Data Management Studio:
•
Studio log
•
Platform log
•
DAC log
•
TKTS log
If enabled, the TKTS log will capture TKTS events for Data Management Studio, such as
BASE data sets and data sent across the wire to the DataFlux Federation Server. The TKTS
log provides a default set of information that cannot be customized.
The Studio log, the Platform log, and the DAC log are enabled by default. These logs use the
SAS 9.2 Logging Facility, a flexible and configurable framework that you can use to collect,
categorize, and filter events. Then you can write them to a variety of output devices. The
logging facility supports problem diagnosis and resolution, performance and capacity
management, and auditing and regulatory compliance.
The logging facility framework categorizes and filters log messages in SAS server and SAS
programming environments. It also writes log messages to various output devices. In the
server environment, the logging facility logs messages based on predefined message
categories such as the following:
•
Admin for administrative messages
•
App for application messages
•
Perf for performance messages
Messages for a category can be written to files, consoles, and other system destinations
simultaneously. The logging facility also enables messages to be filtered based on the
following thresholds, in order from most inclusive to least inclusive: TRACE, DEBUG, INFO,
WARN, ERROR, and FATAL. The configuration files for the Studio log, the Platform log, and
the DAC log contain a template for logging options. You need only to un-comment certain
lines to turn on the corresponding options. For a full description of these options, see
the SAS Logging: Configuration and Programming Reference.
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The following table specifies the scope, level thresholds, and configuration location for each
of these logs:
Name
Studio
Scope
Data
Management
Studio events
Platform Data
Management
Studio engine
events
DAC
Data access
events
TKTS
TKTS events
such as BASE
data sets and
data sent
across the
wire to
Federation
Server
Level
Thresholds
TRACE,
DEBUG,
INFO,
WARN,
ERROR, and
FATAL
TRACE,
DEBUG,
INFO,
WARN,
ERROR, and
FATAL
TRACE,
DEBUG,
INFO,
WARN,
ERROR, and
FATAL
Not
configurable
Configuration Location
By default these are enabled. If you want to turn them
off, comment out the BASE/LOGCONFIGPATH line in
ui.cfg and in batch.cfg and restart Data Management
Studio.
For configuration, go to drive:\Program
Files\DataFlux\DMStudio\studio1\etc\platform.log.xml
and
drive:]\Program
Files\DataFlux\DMStudio\studio1\etc\dfwfproc.log.xml
drive:\Program
Files\DataFlux\DMStudio\studio1\etc\app.cfg
By default, all Windows XP log files are written to drive:\Documents and
Settings\USERNAME\Application Data\DataFlux\DataManagement\[version]\Logs. The
default location in Windows 7 is
drive:\Users\[username]\AppData\Roaming\DataFlux\DataManagement\[version]\Logs.
Also by default, the Studio, Platform and DAC logging are all logged to the platform log file.
This log file has a name prefixed with platform_. The DAC logging can be redirected to its
own log file by uncommenting the appender-ref setting in the logger section for DF.DAC and
by uncommenting the RollingFileAppender section for DacFile. The latter contains the
filename pattern that dictates where and what name the DAC log file takes. The Studio
logging can be redirected to its own log file by uncommenting the appender-ref setting in
the logger section for DF.DMStudio and by uncommenting the RollingFileAppender section
for DMStudioFile. The latter contains the filename pattern that dictates where and what
name the Studio log file takes.
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The Studio, Platform and DAC logging all use a logging level of INFO by default. This level is
set in the root logger section of the platform.log.xml configuration file. The level value can
be changed here to change the default for all three logs. In addition, the logging level for
the DAC and Studio logs can be set separately in the DF.DAC and DF.DMStudio logger
sections respectively by uncommenting (and possibly updating) the level values in each.
The platform.log.xml file controls all of Studio, Platform and DAC logging within the Data
Management Studio application except for job runs. When you run a job within Data
Management Studio, Data Management Studio creates a separate dfwfproc process for that
job run. Therefore, to configure logging for jobs run from Data Management Studio, you
should modify the dfwfproc.log.xml.
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Installing Add-On Products
•
Installing a Quality Knowledge Base
•
Installing Data Packs
•
Installing Supplemental Language Support
•
Installing the Address Update Add-On
•
Installing Support for the SAP RFC Node
Installing a Quality Knowledge Base
The Quality Knowledge Base (QKB) is a collection of files that store data and logic that
define data management operations. DataFlux® software product reference the QKB when
performing data management operations on your data.
Microsoft Windows
1.
Insert the Quality Knowledge Base CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive.
2.
From the Microsoft® Windows® taskbar, click Start > Run.
3.
Type [your_drive]:\QKB_[version].exe, where [your_drive] is replaced by the letter
corresponding to your CD-ROM drive and where [version] is replaced by the QKB
version you are installing (for example, QKB_CI_2009A).
4.
Follow the instructions on the installation setup Wizard.
5.
After you install the QKB, restart Data Management Studio.
Note: If you downloaded the QKB installation file from the DataFlux FTP
site, double-click on the name of the installation file in Windows Explorer.
For more information about the DataFlux Quality Knowledge Base products, refer to the
DataFlux Web site or refer to the QKB online documentation.
Installing Data Packs
If you are using external data, install USPS, Software Evaluation and Recognition Program
(SERP), Geocode/Phone, QuickAddress Software (QAS), World, or other enrichment data.
Make a note of the path to each data source. You will need this information to update the
dfwproc.cfg configuration file.
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Downloading and Installing Data Packs
If your Data Management Studio installation includes an Enrichment license, you need to
install the proper USPS, Canada Post, and Geocode databases to do address verification. If
you are licensed to use QAS, you must acquire the postal reference databases directly from
QAS for the countries they support. For more information, contact your DataFlux®
representative.
Data Packs for data enrichment are available for download on the MyDataFlux Portal
at http://www.dataflux.com/MyDataFlux-Portal. To download data packs, follow these
steps:
1.
Obtain a user name and password from your DataFlux representative.
2.
Log in to the MyDataFlux Portal.
Note: You may also retrieve the data pack installation files through
FTP. Please contact DataFlux Technical Support for more information
regarding downloading through FTP.
3.
Click Downloads > Data Updates.
4.
Select the installation file corresponding to your data pack and operating system to
download.
Close all other applications and follow the procedure that is appropriate for your operating
system.
Windows
Browse to and double-click the installation file to begin the installation wizard. If you are
installing QAS data, you must enter a license key. When the wizard prompts you for a
license key, enter your key for the locale you are installing.
UNIX
Installation notes accompany the download for each of the UNIX® data packs from
DataFlux. For Platon and USPS data, check with the vendor for more information.
Notes:
1.
Be sure to select a location to which you have write access and which has at
least 430 MB of available space.
2.
Download links are also available from the MyDataFlux Portal link
at http://www.dataflux.com/MyDataFlux-Portal.
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Configuring Enrichment Data
If you are using external data, installing USPS, Canada Post, Geocode/Phone, QAS, World,
or other enrichment data, you will need to specify the path to each data source in your
configuration file. For path information on all configuration options, see the section
on Configuration Options.
Note: When you install Canada Post data on a machine, it writes the path
where it was installed into the data. This data is architecture-specific, so it
differs from platform to platform even though it is the same data. Machines
with different architectures require separate installations.
Installing Supplemental Language Support
If you plan to use DataFlux Data Management Studio (Studio) for data that includes East
Asian languages or right-to-left languages, you must install additional language support.
Complete these instructions to install these packages:
1.
Click Start > Settings > Control Panel.
2.
Double-click Regional and Language Options.
3.
In the Regional and Language Options dialog, select the Languages tab.
4.
Under Supplemental Language Support, select the check boxes marked, Install
Files for complex script and right-to-left languages (including Thai)
and Install files for East Asian languages.
5.
The Microsoft Windows installer guides you through the installation of these language
packages.
Installing the Address Update Add-On
The DataFlux® Address Update add-on enables you to use the United States Postal Service
(USPS) NCOALink® system to identify and update customer address information. To install
the required resources for this add-on, see the Address Update Add-On to Data
Management Studio 2.2 Quick Start Guide.
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Installing Support for the SAP RFC Node
If you open a data job in Data Management Studio, the SAP Remote Function Call node is
available in the Data Integration folder. This node enables you to read and write data
using SAP RFC and Business Application Programming Interfaces (BAPI) provided by SAP.
This functionality would be useful to
•
read information from SAP that is not readily available in tables
•
use the functionality that SAP exposes as BAPIs
•
load data to SAP by using SAP-provided functions that are a standard way of updating
objects
•
trigger an upload to SAP by using functions that take, for example, an external file
input.
In order to use the SAP Remote Function Call node, you must install SAP libraries (DLLs) on
the computer where the job that contains the node will be executed. For example, if you will
use Data Management Studio to execute a job with an SAP Remote Function Call node,
then you must install the SAP libraries on the computer where Data Management Studio is
running. If you will use Data Management Server to execute a job with an SAP Remote
Function Call node, then you must install the SAP libraries on the computer where Data
Management Server is running.
Data Management Studio is a 32-bit application and so requires 32-bit SAP libraries. See the
SAP documentation for details about installing these libraries.
Data Management Servers can be either 32-bit or 64-bit. See the SAP documentation for
details about installing the appropriate libraries.
Data Management Studio is a Windows application, but Data Management Servers can run
on UNIX. For UNIX systems only, you can set the SAP_LIBPATH option in the app.cfg file to
point to the SAP DLLs.
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Technical Support
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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The following questions and answers are designed to assist you when working with Data
Management Studio. If you do not find your answer, please contact DataFlux Technical
Support.
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System Requirements
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Supported Platforms
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Data Storage
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Repository Storage
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Logging Options
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Configuration Files
System Requirements
What are the recommended system requirements for Data Management Studio?
The recommended system requirements for Data Management Studio can be found
in System Requirements.
Supported Platforms
On what platforms can I install Data Management Studio?
Data Management Studio can be installed on many different platforms. For the full list of
supported platforms, see the section on Supported Platforms.
Data Storage
From what databases can DataFlux Data Management Studio access data?
Data Management Studio can access data from any of the databases listed in the Data
Storage chapter.
Repository Storage
What databases are supported for Data Management Platform repositories?
Data Management Studio can access data from any of the databases listed in the Database
Storage for Repositories chapter.
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Logging Options
What options do I have for logging?
Data Management Studio provides logging files for Studio, Platform, and DAC. An additional
TKTS log file is also available. See Logging Options section for the scope, level thresholds,
and configuration location for each of these logs.
Configuration Files
In a previous installation of Data Management Studio, I had a config file named
dis.cfg. I don't see that file. Where is it?
The dis.cfg file used in previous versions of Data Management Studio was renamed
dmserver.cfg.
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Glossary
A
Access Control Entry
An Access Control Entry (ACE) is an entry of user information made to the Access Control Lists
(ACLs) which is used to secure access to individual DataFlux Integration Server (DIS) objects.
Access Control Lists
Access Control Lists (ACLs) are used to secure access to individual DataFlux Integration Server
(DIS) objects.
address verification
Address verification (validation) is the process of comparing a physical address to a reference
database of known physical addresses so the original address can be standardized and corrected
according to postal authority standards.
AIC
Analyze, Improve, Control (AIC) - DataFlux enables organizations to analyze, improve, and
control their data from a single data quality integration platform. DataFlux tools and approaches
can help you build a comprehensive set of business rules that can create a unified view of your
enterprise data and enhance the effectiveness of CDI, CRM, ERP, legacy data migration, or
compliance initiatives.
AMAS
Address Matching Approval System (AMAS) is the program the Australia Post administers to
certify address verification software.
API
Application Programming Interface (API) is a set of software protocols, routines, and/or tools
used when building software applications.
APO
Army/Air Force post office (APO) is an indication for the USPS.
Architect Job Templates
Data Management Studio can be used to modify and build work flows called jobs. These jobs can
be delivered as templates that can be fleshed out by consultants or other IT professionals. Many
job templates will be designed and delivered with the solution to accommodate such things as
address verification, merging, assigning IDs, standardizing data, and so on.
ASCII
ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is a character set based on the
English alphabet
B
basic category
A basic category is a category that represents a single word. Basic categories are the basic
building blocks of Grammar rules. Every basic category in a Grammar corresponds to a category
in an ordered word list. For this reason, you should design Grammar rules in parallel with wordanalysis logic.
batch processing
The application of data management routines to data source records in what are often very large
groups, usually in processes that require no manual user intervention. Contrast with real-time
processing.
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business functions
These are expressions which are written in a generic manner so they can be reused from
multiple rules or applications.
business rule
A conditional statement that tells a system running a business process how to react to a
particular situation.
C
case definition
A set of logic used to accurately change the case of an input value, accounting for unique values
that need to be case sensitive, such as abbreviations and business names.
CASS
Coding Accuracy Support System (CASS) is the program the United States Postal Service (USPS)
administers to certify address verification software.
CBSA
Census Bureau Statistical Areas (CBSA)
CEDA
Cross-Environment Data Access (CEDA)
census string
The census string is a US Census Bureau designation for the boundary area in which the centroid
exists. The census string contains state, county, and other census-type information.
centroid
A centroid is the approximate mathematical center of the ZIP or ZIP+4 boundary.
checks
These are built-in checks (expressions) that provide a template to the user to build common
standard expressions.
chop table
A proprietary file type used by DataFlux as a lex table to separate characters in a subject value
into more usable segments.
CMRA
US Commercial Mail Receiving Agency (CMRA)
CMSA
Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Areas (CMSA)
Comments
Comments are text within a code segment that is not executed. Comments can be either C-style
(starts with /* and ends with */) or C++ style (starts with // and continues to the end of a line).
Core Fields
Default logic to handle data such as name and address, which inform the identity management
process.
CPC
Canadian Post Certification (CPC) is the SERP program administered by the Canadian Post. This
is similar to the CASS certification administered by the USPS.
CRM
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
custom metrics
Custom metrics may be used when the standard metrics do not contain the rules you need to
accomplish the desired results.
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dashboard
The dashboard is a Web-based view of the task grid and graphs in the Monitor Viewer.
data profiling
A discovery process that uncovers potential problem areas in large amounts of structured data.
data type
Not used in the sense of a database data type ("varchar" for instance) but used to describe sets
of data values that follow certain rules and conventions. "Name" and "Address" are two
examples of data types.
database
A collection of tables containing data that can be accessed easily by a computer system.
definition
An algorithm available to a DataFlux application.
derived category
A derived category is a category composed of one or more other categories. The makeup of a
derived category is described using rules.
dfIntelliServer
dfIntelliServer provides a real-time or transactional mechanism for communicating with the
MCRD through the Architect API. dfIntelliServer has several client libraries (including a Web
services client) that can be called from a number of different applications in many different
computing environments. dfIntelliServer allows one at a time queries and modifications to the
MCRD. dfIntelliServer allows organizations to access Architect jobs through an API that can
accept one group of data elements at a time rather than a complete table. This functionality
takes advantage of the power of encapsulation of discreet chunks of work in Architect, so a
programmer need only make one call to the client API to perform a related set of activities.
DPV
Delivery Point Validation (DPV) specifies if the given address is a confirmed delivery point as
opposed to being within a valid range of house numbers on the street.
DSN
Data Source Name (DSN)
E
EEL
Expression Engine Language (EEL)
ERP
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
ETL
Extraction, Transformation, and Loading
event
An event represents an action which should be taken when a rule fails. Actions can include
sending email messages, storing the offending row in the repository, or executing an external
process.
Expression
This is the DataFlux syntax used in the Business Rule Manager to build business rules.
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field
Also known as a "variable" or a "column," a single piece of data in a database table. Database
tables can have many fields. The user defines the fields. Each field has a unique identifier in the
repository. From a data monitoring standpoint, the fields are not tied to any specific database
or table but are bound at the time of execution to the current data set or row.
field set
A field set is a collection of fields that belong together. These usually represent a table of data
and are used to aid in building rules and viewing results.
FIPS
Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) - A 5-digit number assigned to each county in
the U.S. by the Census Bureau. The first 2 digits are the state code, and the last 3 digits are the
county number.
FPO
Fleet post office (FPO) indication for USPS used for military personnel.
G
gender analysis
An algorithm that can determine the gender of persons by their names.
gender definition
A set of logic used to determine the probable gender of a name or identity-type input string.
grammar
A proprietary file type used to store hierarchical patterns pertinent to a specific subject area.
group rule
A group rule evaluates and applies all rules to groups of data (for example, data grouped by
state and the rules evaluated for each state).
H
historical metrics
A historical metric is available when a business rule is run a second time under the same report
name. You can view and compare the last two reports.
I
identification analysis
An algorithm that can determine from a known set of options what type of data is represented
by a particular subject value.
identification definition
A set of logic used to identify an input string as a member of a redefined or user-defined value
group or category.
inputs
Input fields are the fields where you apply the checks specified in the Rule Manager. This list
includes all the fields you have defined in the Business Rule Manager, including the Output fields
from custom metrics and any grouped by field.
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job
The saved configuration settings for a particular task in a Data Management Studio application.
You can run jobs interactively or combine them with other jobs and schedule the set of jobs to
run on a particular date or time.
L
LACS
US Locatable Address Conversion Service (LACS) is a product/system in a different USPS
product line that allows mailers to identify and convert a rural route address to a "city-style"
address.
locale
The country of origin based on an address or country code.
locale guessing
A process that attempts to identify the country of origin of a particular piece of data based on an
address, country code, or other field.
M
match
The process of identifying data strings that can be different representations of the same
semantic information. For example, the strings Mr. Bob Brauer, Robert J., and Brauer can be
considered to match each other.
match cluster
A set of records grouped together based on some commonality. Cluster IDs are numeric values
used to refer to these clusters. You can append cluster IDs to records in a database to document
matches.
match codes
The end result of passing data through a match definition. A normalized, encrypted string that
represents portions of a data string that are considered to be significant with regard to the
semantic identity of the data. Two data strings are said to "match" if the same match code is
generated for each.
match definition
A set of logic used to generate a match code for a data string of a specific data type.
match value
A string representing the value of a single token after match processing.
MCD
Minor Civil Division (MCD)
MDM
Master Data Management (MDM) focuses on master data shared by several different systems
and groups.
merge
The process of joining records and eliminating duplicate records from a table based on userspecified conditions and rules.
metadata
Information that describes the properties of data, for example when was last accessed or the
size of the data value.
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micropolitan
This term is used in US Census data and refers to a population area including a city with 10,000
to 50,000 residents and surrounding areas.
MSA
Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) - The MSA code assigned by the Office of Management and
Budget. Use this code as an index key in the MSA file.
N
namespace
A namespace is a unique container created to hold a logical grouping of identifiers.
O
Object
An object is anything that can be stored in the Data Management Studio Navigator and accessed
by the Data Management Studio applications.
objects
Objects are individual jobs and services.
ODBC
Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) - an open standard application programming interface
(API) for accessing databases.
OFAC
Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) - Federal regulations related to the Patriot Act.
OLAP
Online Analytical Processing (OLAP)
organization
A company, university, or other type of institution. For example: IBM Corporation, University of
Connecticut, or St. Joseph’s Hospital
outputs
The output field is the field(s) used to apply the rule in the custom metric. Set your output field
to serve as the field where the results from your custom metric are collected.
P
parse
The process of dividing a data string into a set of token values. For example: Mr. Bob Brauer,
Mr. = Prefix, Bob = Given, Brauer = Family
parse definition
A name for a context-specific parsing algorithm. A parse definition determines the names and
contents of the sub-strings that will hold the results of a parse operation.
pattern analysis definition
A regular expression library that forms the basis of a pattern recognition algorithm.
phonetics
An algorithm applied to a data string to reduce it to a value that will match other data strings
with similar pronunciations.
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PMB
A private mailbox (PMB) is categorized as a mailbox located at a mail center other than the post
office or home.
PMSA
Principal Metropolitan Statistical Areas (PMSA)
Primary Key
Primary key is a unique identifier assigned to a database field. Social Security Numbers or a
ISBNs are examples of possible primary keys.
Q
QAS
QuickAddress Software (QAS)
QKB
The Quality Knowledge Base (QKB) is a collection of files and configuration settings that contain
all DataFlux data management algorithms. The QKB is directly editable using Data Management
Studio.
Quality Knowledge Base Locales
The Quality Knowledge Base (QKB) locales contain the files, file relationships, and metadata
needed to correctly parse, match, standardize, and otherwise process data.
R
RDBMS
Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) allows you to access data in a database in
unique ways, such as adding tables and records, and joining tables.
RDI
Residential Delivery Indicator (RDI)
real-time processing
Processing a record or data one piece at a time as it enters a computer system, for financial
transactions, for example. Contrast with batch processing.
record
Also called a "row" or "observation," one complete set of fields in a database table.
regular expression
A mini-language composed of symbols and operators that enables you to express how a
computer application should search for a specified pattern in text. A pattern may then be
replaced with another pattern, also described using the regular expression language.
repository
A Data Management Studio repository is a hierarchical data storage mechanism.
row rule
A row rule evaluates every row of data passed into the Monitoring node.
RP
Software Evaluation and Recognition Program is a program the Canada Post administers to
certify address verification software.
rule
A single rule can be either a row level rule or a data set level rule. A row level rule is applied to
each row which enters the system while a data set level rule is applied to an entire data set or a
portion of a data set.
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rule set
A rule set is a set of one or more rules which are applied together as a group. Use a rule set
when you find you are using a few rules together frequently.
S
SDK
Software Development Kit (SDK)
sensitivity
Regarding matching procedures, sensitivity refers to the relative tightness or looseness of the
expected match results. A higher sensitivity indicates you want the values in your match results
to be very similar to each other. A lower sensitivity setting indicates that you would like the
match results to be "fuzzier" in nature.
SERP
The Software Evaluation and Recognition Program (SERP) is a program the Canadian Post
administers to certify address verification software.
Service Oriented Architecture
Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) - All of the interaction with the master customer reference
database is through a service-oriented architecture that enables any system to talk to the
customer database and request or update information.
set rule
A set rule evaluates and applies rules to all of the input data completely (for example, it will
evaluate all 1000 rows of data as a set).
SQL
Structured Query Language (SQL) is a language used to request information from database
systems.
standard metrics
Standard metrics are pre-defined rules (expressions) set in Data Management Studio. Most of
the time, this is enough to achieve the results for your job.
standardization definition
A set of logic used to standardize a string.
standardization scheme
A collection of transformation rules that typically apply to one subject area, like company name
standardization or province code standardization.
standardize
The process of transforming a data string so each of the string's token values conforms to a
preferred standard representation: IBM Corporation = IBM CORP; Mister Bob Brauer, Junior =
MR BOB BRAUER JR.
Statement of Accuracy
Statement of Accuracy (SoA) is the form used for Canadian Post Certification (CPC) standards.
T
table
A table is a collection of records in a database.
tasks
Tasks contain the rules and the events that go with your individual rule. Tasks associate alert
events with a rule that are triggered after a rule fails.
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token
Used by DataFlux to designate the output strings of a parse process. The output string of a
parse process. A word or atomic group of words with semantic meaning in a data string. A set of
expected tokens is defined for each data type.
U
Unicode
An industry standard used to allow text and symbols from languages around the world.
unified
This is the version of the repository you are using. The term "unified" means the repository
contains data for Data Management Studio Profile reports, Business Rules, and Data Monitoring
results.
URI
Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) is a string of characters identifying a resource or file path.
USPS
United States Postal Service (USPS) provides postal services in the United States. The USPS
offers address verification and standardization tools.
V
vocabulary
A proprietary file type used for categorizing data look-ups pertinent to a specific subject area.
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