My Group refers to the data source owner's default group. If this default group is All Users group, the option to set permissions for non-administrative users is disabled. Only administrative users can set permissions for the All Users group.
Click Test Connection to ensure that the database is accessible and the credentials provided are correct.
Click the Secondary tab to configure a failover for the data source.
If you do not want to configure a failover for the data source, go to Step 20 directly.
Check the Failover enabled check box.
Enter the required details for the failover data source as described in Steps 6 to 16.
Create or Edit A
Java Message Service Based Data Source
To create a report
definition of query type Real Time Streaming, you need a Java Message Service
(JMS) based data source. The JMS based data source does not have a
Secondary data source tab. However, JMS based data
sources do support failover Broker URLs using the
failover: keyword as shown below.
Ensure that the 'failover' term in the Broker URL syntax for JMS
based data source is always given in lower case letters.
Ensure that you
have the following information handy:
URL for the
JMS Broker and the failover URL if any
URL for the
schema that contains the list of published topics
User name and
password used to access the Schema URL
To create a JMS
based data source, follow the steps below.
Sources tab, click
To edit a data source, select the data source, and then click Edit.
Name field, enter the name of the data source.
Description field, enter a description for the data
Type drop-down list, select
Message Service (JMS).
URL field, enter the URL for the JMS broker. The only protocol
supported for the JMS Broker URL is
Syntax for the JMS Broker
URL is tcp://hostname:port as shown in the example below. The hostname can be
replaced with the IP address too. To configure failover broker URLs, use the
syntax failover:(tcp://primary hostname:port, tcp://secondary
data source is not configured with failover option, Unified Intelligence Center
will not publish the updates to the client in the event of a momentary loss
of connectivity with the JMS data source.
zone is set to
UTC by default for JMS based data sources and cannot
URL parameters section, in the
Schema URL field, enter the schema URL which contains the list of
subscribed topics. The only protocols supported are
Syntax for the topic schema
URL is protocol://hostname:port/path where the schema is present. The hostname
can be replaced with the IP address too.
Name field, enter the REST username that is required to access the
Password field, enter the REST password required to
access the topic URL.
that your REST password does not exceed 12 characters.
Confirm Password field, confirm the REST password.
that the administrator validates the topic schema URL before using it in the
JMS data source. If credentials are required to validate the topic schema URL,
enter the username and password in the
Data Source page.
topic schema is validated when you create the report definition for that
appropriate permissions to access and manage the data source.
Connection to ensure that the JMS Broker URL is accessible.
Test Connection validates only the JMS broker URL
and not the REST topic schema URL.
Switch Over to an Alternate Data Source
A data source can
be switched over to the secondary data source manually if required. However, a
secondary data source has to be configured. For more information on configuring data
Create or Edit a Query Based Data Source.
To switch over to an alternate data source, follow the steps below:
data source that you want to switch over.
Over is not applicable for a Java Message Service (JMS) data source.