3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 12, 2012 11:08 AM by Ramesh Reddy RSS

    Runtime VDB Name

    Sharad Goyal Newbie

      When I deplomy VDB through eclpise it make or determine the runtime VDB and deploys on server.

       

      17:23:21,877 INFO  [RUNTIME] VDB "PREVIEW_9d610f71-740f-4f3e-aa6f-1dc420541db8_HelloTeiid_*" deployed in active state.

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      How to make or specify static VDB name? I think I need to make this in order to connect through squirrel and test it. Is there any documentation reference to this?

       

      Thanks

      Sharad

        • 1. Re: Runtime VDB Name
          Ramesh Reddy Master

          Sharad,

           

          What you see there is Designer's internal copy of the VDB that used for the preview purposes. This VDB is not for the consumption by end users applications. Using Designer you can create a VDB (File->New->Teiid VDB) and give it a name and version and add all the models you created. When you create the VDB, all source models need to be configured with the data source information (jndi name for the source). Once you create the VDB, you can either right click and deploy the VDB from Designer or manually copy the VDB into "deploy" folder of the JBoss AS or use Admin-console to deploy just like a WAR file. If the VDB is successfully deployed and configured you will see a log message indicating the such fact, then you can use SquirreL or any other client to connect to VDB using the name given.

           

          Ramesh..

          • 2. Re: Runtime VDB Name
            Sharad Goyal Newbie

            Thank you Ramesh. I will try and let you know.

            One question here

            Don't you think so that teiid come out with a feature that I can export my current VDB runtime file (like war file with my own name)? We can copy and deploy the exported VDB file in deploy folder.

            In this case I do not have to attach all models that I have created so far.

             

            Thanks

            Sharad

            • 3. Re: Runtime VDB Name
              Ramesh Reddy Master

              Yes, you can click on the VDB created and choose File->Export to export to a file.