Connecting to XMLA

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2013-07-18
2013-07-19
  • Franck Routier

    Franck Routier - 2013-07-18

    Hi,
    I am trying to use the latest version of palooca to connect to a Mondrian XMLA servlet.
    So the url looks like this: http://server-ip:8081/xmla/

    This does not fit in the definition of a XMLA database allowed by palooca dialog, as I have no place to define the context of the servlet. Is it possible ?

     
    • Christian Schwarzinger

      Yes. Depending on your mondrian / tomcat installation, the server URL looks something like:
      http://localhost:8080/mondrian/xmla

      Database type should be XMLA.
      Port should be empty.
      Username and password can be empty, if you have no auth defined on mondrian side.

      This does not fit in the definition of a XMLA database allowed by palooca dialog, as I have no place to define the context of the servlet. Is it possible ?

      What exactly do you mean by that?

      Do you mean, that you have not enough space in the input field for the server URL?
      (This was a problem in the past, but I thing I should have fixed that already..)
      What about copy paste the url there?

      Best Regards,
      Christian Schwarzinger

      On Jul 18, 2013, at 4:31 PM, "Franck Routier" alci@users.sf.net wrote:

      Hi,
      I am trying to use the latest version of palooca to connect to a Mondrian XMLA servlet.
      So the url looks like this: http://server-ip:8081/xmla/

      This does not fit in the definition of a XMLA database allowed by palooca dialog, as I have no place to define the context of the servlet. Is it possible ?

      Connecting to XMLA

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