Used for bursting and similar tasks
Database which is the main pentaho scheduler (think about it as a cron-like tool that stores its cron jobs in the database)
The persistence layer used by pentaho
If you are on production you may not need it, but you will need it for demonstration and seeing what is new in Pentaho.
tomcat@anfatech:~$ psql -U tomcat -d hibernate < hibernate.sql tomcat@anfatech:~$ psql -U tomcat -d quartz < quarzquartz.sql tomcat@anfatech:~$ psql -U tomcat -d shark < shark.sql tomcat@anfatech:~$ psql -U tomcat -d hibernate < sampledata.sql
Now your PostgreSQL should be ready. The next step is to configure the datasources required to access the data.
sorry for the dead link (my homepage has been token over) now i uploaded the templates to the wiki so they should be fine there!
Configuring pentaho's datasources for Tomcat 5.5.x and Higher, using context.xml
if you plan to deploy on tomcat then you better use what tomcat offers you:
instead of messing with config files in conf/server.xml or even worse creating a file under $CATALINA_HOME/conf/Catalina/localhost/yourApplication.xml
you could use what tomcat expects in your Application archive
pentaho |-- META-INF | `-- context.xml <---(***1***) `-- WEB-INF `-- web.xml
(**1*): this file "context.xml" will be processed by tomcat *at deployment time and if you define your datasources there, tomcat
will do the necessary configurations for you.
An example of a valid context.xml file should be looking like the following one:
<Context path="/pentaho" docBase="path/to/pentaho" <---(***2***) debug="5" reloadable="true" crossContext="true"> <Resource name="jdbc/Quartz" auth="Container" type="javax.sql.DataSource" maxActive="100" maxIdle="30" maxWait="10000" username="username" password="password" driverClassName="org.postgresql.Driver" url="jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/target-database"/> <!-- You can add as many datasources as you need here --> </Context>
(**2**) : if you deploy your application to tomcat default webapps so your docbase shoud be like the following one:
when you finished creating your context.xml you can then package your war and deploy it to tomcat. the context.xml of your application will get converted to applicationName.xml for the application name pentaho as shown above the resulting file will be this one:
if your database are correctly set and everything went fine pentaho should be able to access the databases using the datasource defined in the context.xml
Make sure your driver is in the right location and startup your application server where Pentaho is deployed into.
Configuring the Quartz Scheduler:
go to the file solution/system/quartz/quartz.properties and change the line and search for the property "
org.quartz.jobStore.driverDelegateClass". Change that line so that it reads:
org.quartz.jobStore.driverDelegateClass = org.quartz.impl.jdbcjobstore.PostgreSQLDelegate