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README.md

Pentaho

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Table of Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Module Description - What the module does and why it is useful
  3. Setup - The basics of getting started with Pentaho
  4. Usage - Configuration options and additional functionality
  5. Reference - An under-the-hood peek at what the module is doing and how
  6. Limitations - OS compatibility, etc.
  7. Development - Guide for contributing to the module

Overview

A puppet module that allows one to install the Pentaho BA server component on a system. This module aims to configure only Pentaho component and is not responsible to configure the database or the application server.

Module Description

As stated above this module allow one to automate the installation and configuration of the Pentaho BA serrver. It handles the configuration of either MySQL or PostgreSQL as a database backend. It has been tested with the Tomcat application server but should work with any other application server.

Setup

What Pentaho affects

  • Pentaho's pentaho-solution folder
  • Pentaho's tomcat configuration
  • Database backend data

Setup Requirements

As stated above, this module only handle the Pentaho installation and configuration. One needs to properly configure the other pieces needed to have a working environment, database, application server, etc..

Beginning with Pentaho

In a properly configured environment, to get started simply run :

include ::pentaho

Usage

All the interaction with the Pentaho BA server is done via pentaho. Interactions with the actual tables to load in database is done via pentaho::database.

Reference

Classes

Public classes

  • pentaho: Installs and configures Pentaho
  • pentaho::database: Installs and configures required databases

Private classes

  • pentaho::config: Configures the file in the pentaho-solutions directory
  • pentaho::setup: Installs the required drivers and file to proceed with installation
  • pentaho::webapp: Configures the web application withing the servlet container

Parameters

####pentaho

#####version

The Pentaho BA server version that will be installed.

#####applicationserver_base

The application server directory.

#####applicationserver_user

The application server user name.

#####applicationserver_group

The application server group name.

#####listen_ip

The IP address Pentaho shoud listen on. Note: It is unrelated to the application server configuration, it relates strictly to the parameter that will be present in web.xml.

#####manage_jdbc_drivers

A list of jdbc drivers the installation should manage.

#####db_type

The type of the database backend.

#####db_host

The host of the database backend.

#####db_port

The port of the database backend.

#####quartz_db_user

The quartz database user name.

#####quartz_db_password

The quartz database user password.

#####hibernate_db_user

The hibernate database user name.

#####hibernate_db_password

The hibernate database user password.

#####jackrabbit_db_user

The jackrabbit database user name.

#####jackrabbit_db_password

The jackrabbit database user password.

#####pentaho_solutions_path

The pentaho-solutions directory path

#####pentaho_source_url

The pentaho source url to retrieve from.

#####h2driver_source_url

Since the h2 jdbc driver is not packaged, the url where to retrieve the driver from.

#####temp_folder

A temporary folder that will server as cache and drop temporary file into.

#####log_directory

The log directory.

####pentaho::database

#####db_type

The type of the database backend.

#####db_host

The host of the database backend.

#####db_port

The port of the database backend.

#####quartz_db_user

The quartz database user name.

#####quartz_db_password

The quartz database user password.

#####hibernate_db_user

The hibernate database user name.

#####hibernate_db_password

The hibernate database user password.

#####jackrabbit_db_user

The jackrabbit database user name.

#####jackrabbit_db_password

The jackrabbit database user password.

#####db_charset

The database charset

#####db_collate

The database collate

Limitations

This is modules has been tested on :

Operating Systems

  • RedHat Enterprise 6
  • CentOS 6

Database backends

  • MySQL (MariaDB)

Application servers

  • Tomcat

Contributors

The list of contributors can be found at Contributors

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