mdahlman created the topic: Analytics repository information
Where does Analytics store the repository information?
According to Semarchy DI documentation, the answer is this: Define a SEMARCHY_DI_WEBAPP_HOME environment variable, pointing to the folder into which Semarchy Convergence for DI Analytics will store its parameters and repository information.
But for me this is not working. I cannot figure out if it's a Stambia Analytics bug, a Semarchy packaging bug, or if it's user error by me.
I set SEMARCHY_DI_WEBAPP_HOME to /home/tomcat/webapp_home
I tested this in Tomcat by calling System.getenv(). I see this: SEMARCHY_DI_WEBAPP_HOME=/home/tomcat/webapp_home
It shouldn't be a permissions issue. The TOMCAT_USER is tomcat. The user tomcat has full access to /home/tomcat/webapp_home
But... when I define a new repository called DemoRepository in Analytics, nothing is created in /home/tomcat/webapp_home
To try to make sure that it's not just a packaging issue, I also set STAMBIA_WEBAPP_HOME=/home/tomcat/webapp_home
I can find the information on disk in tomcat's cache:
sudo find / -name "DemoRepository*"
but I cannot get it persisted anywhere that I can manage it.
I'm using Semarchy Convergence for DI Analytics version 3.0.0 GA.
Is there something else I need to do? I'd like to persist my repository metadata somewhere that I can manage it.
Thomas BLETON replied the topic: Analytics repository information
Please open the jar named "./WEB-INF/plugins/com.indy.ui.common.ext_18.104.22.168411190659.jar"
Open the file \src\com\indy\ui\common\messages\analytics.properties
The expected variable name is indicated at the line starting with "Analytics_WebappPathEnvVar=........"
By default, in the Semarchy build that we supply, it is set to "SEMARCHY_WEBAPP_HOME", not "SEMARCHY_DI_WEBAPP_HOME".
So, unless this was changed when packaging Semarchy Convergence for DI Analytics, you should be using "SEMARCHY_WEBAPP_HOME".