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MicroStrategy でCData JDBC Driver for FedEx を使ってみた

CData JDBC Driver for FedEx を使用して、MicroStrategy Developer からFedEx data にデータ連携。

MicroStrategyは、データ駆動型のイノベーションを可能にする分析およびモビリティプラットフォームです。MicroStrategy をCData JDBC Driver for FedEx と組み合わせると、MicroStrategy からリアルタイムFedEx data へのRDB のようなアクセスが可能になり、レポートと分析での利用が可能です。ここでは、MicroStrategy Developer でFedEx のデータベースインスタンスを作成し、FedEx data のウェアハウスカタログを作成します。

CData JDBC ドライバーは、ドライバーに組み込まれた最適化されたデータ処理により、MicroStrategy からリアルタイムFedEx data と接続で高いパフォーマンスを提供します。MicroStrategy からFedEx に複雑なSQL クエリを発行すると、ドライバはフィルタや集計などのサポートされているSQL 操作を直接FedEx にプッシュし、埋め込みSQL エンジンを使用してサポートされていない操作(SQL関数やJOIN 操作)を処理します。ビルトインダイナミックメタデータクエリでは、ネイティブのMicroStrategy データ型を使用してFedEx data を視覚化して分析することができます。

MicroStrategy Developer からFedEx への連携を確立

You can connect to FedEx in MicroStrategy Developer by adding a database instance based on the CData JDBC Driver for FedEx.* Before you begin, you will need to install the JDBC Driver for FedEx on the machine hosting the MicroStrategy Intelligence Server that your instance of MicroStrategy Developer is connected to.

  1. Open MicroStrategy Developer and select a Project Source.
  2. Navigate to Administration -> Configuration Managers -> Database Instances and right-click to add a new instance.
  3. Name the instance, select Generic DBMS as the database connection type, and create a new database connection.
  4. In the database connection wizard, name the connection and create a new Database Login name, setting the user and password for FedEx.
  5. On the Advanced tab for the connection wizard, set the additional connection string parameters as follows.
    • Add the JDBC keyword to the connection string.
    • Set MSTR_JDBC_JAR_FOLDER to the path of the directory containing the JAR file for the JDBC driver.(C:\Program Files\CData JDBC Driver for FedEx\lib\ on Windows.)
    • Set DRIVER to cdata.jdbc.fedex.FedExDriver, the driver class.
    • Set URL to the JDBC URL for the FedEx driver, which contains the necessary connection properties.

      There are five pieces of information needed in order to authenticate its actions with the FedEx service. This information is below.

      • Server: This controls the URL where the requests should be sent. Common testing options for this are: "https://gatewaybeta.fedex.com:443/xml", "https://wsbeta.fedex.com:443/xml", "https://gatewaybeta.fedex.com:443/web-service", and "https://wsbeta.fedex.com:443/web-service"
      • DeveloperKey: This is the identifier part of the authentication key for the sender's identity. This value will be provided to you by FedEx after registration.
      • Password: This is the secret part of the authentication key for the sender's identity. This value will be provided to you by FedEx after registration.
      • AccountNumber: This valid 9-digit FedEx account number is used for logging into the FedEx server.
      • MeterNumber: This value is used for submitting requests to FedEx. This value will be provided to you by FedEx after registration.
      • PrintLabelLocation: This property is required if one intends to use the GenerateLabels or GenerateReturnLabels stored procedures. This should be set to the folder location where generated labels should be stored.

      The Cache Database

      Many of the useful tasks available from FedEx require a lot of data. To ensure this data is easy to input and recall later, utilizes a cache database to make these requests. You must set the cache connection properties:

      • CacheProvider: The specific database you are using to cache with. For example, org.sqlite.JDBC.
      • CacheConnection: The connection string to be passed to the cache provider. For example, jdbc:sqlite:C:\users\username\documents\fedexcache.db

      ビルトイン接続文字列デザイナー

      For assistance in constructing the JDBC URL, use the connection string designer built into the FedEx JDBC Driver.Either double-click the JAR file or execute the jar file from the command-line.

      java -jar cdata.jdbc.fedex.jar

      Fill in the connection properties and copy the connection string to the clipboard.

      When you configure the JDBC URL, you may also want to set the Max Rows connection property.This will limit the number of rows returned, which is especially helpful for improving performance when designing reports and visualizations.

    Typical additional connection string properties follow:

    JDBC;MSTR_JDBC_JAR_FOLDER=PATH\TO\JAR\;DRIVER=cdata.jdbc.fedex.FedExDriver;URL={jdbc:fedex:Server='https://gatewaybeta.fedex.com:443/xml';DeveloperKey='alsdkfjpqoewiru';Password='zxczxqqtyiuowkdlkn';AccountNumber='110371337';MeterNumber='240134349'; PrintLabelLocation='C:\users\username\documents\mylabels';CacheProvider='org.sqlite.JDBC';CacheConnection='jdbc:sqlite:C:\users\username\documents\fedexcache.db';};
  6. Ensure that you have not selected an ODBC data source (this will trigger MicroStrategy to use the additional connection string parameters to build the database instance) and click OK.
  7. Click OK to close the database instance wizard.
  8. In the Project Source, right-click the project and open the Project configuration.
  9. Navigate to Database Instances, select the newly created database instance, and click OK.
  10. Close MicroStrategy Developer and restart the connected MicroStrategy Intelligence Server to complete the database instance creation.

With the database instance configured, you will now be able to connect to FedEx data from the Warehouse Catalog and Data Import.

ウェアハウスカタログからFedEx Data に接続

Once you have created a database instance based on the JDBC Driver for FedEx, you can connect to data from the Warehouse Catalog.

  1. Select your project and click Schema -> Warehouse Catalog.
  2. In the Read Settings for the Catalog, click Settings and set the queries to retrieve the schema:
    • To retrieve the list of tables, use the following query: SELECT * FROM SYS_TABLES
    • To retrieve the list of columns for selected tables, use the following query: SELECT DISTINCT CatalogName NAME_SPACE, TableName TAB_NAME, ColumnName COL_NAME, DataTypeName DATA_TYPE, Length DATA_LEN, NumericPrecision DATA_PREC, NumericScale DATA_SCALE FROM SYS_TABLECOLUMNS WHERE TableName IN (#TABLE_LIST#) ORDER BY 1,2,3
  3. Select tables to be used in the project.

Using the CData JDBC Driver for FedEx in MicroStrategy, you can easily create robust visualizations and reports on FedEx data.Read our other articles on connecting to FedEx in MictroStrategy Web and connecting to FedEx in MicroStrategy Desktop for more information.


Note:Connecting using a JDBC Driver requires a 3- or 4-Tier Architecture.

 
 
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