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The Parameter tab is new in XI In the past, many database parameters could be set only by modifying the RDBMSPRM file with a text editor This file is still used for certain parameters However, parameters you set here are specific to individual universes and no longer maintained in the RDBMSPRM file The universe-specific parameters are documented in the online help Additional parameters that are database specific are available in the vendor documentation, specifically, in the Data Access Guide Table 7-6 lists commonly changed parameters
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NOTE You cannot add parameters that are used in the RDBMSPRM file For example, the parameter
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OWNER is still maintained in the RDBMSPRM file and will be ignored if entered here To change a database parameter, 1 Click Parameters from the toolbar or File | Parameters from the pull-down menu 2 Select the Parameter tab
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3 From the list of parameters, select the one you wish to change in this example, COLUMNS_SORT 4 In the Value box, enter the new parameter value, Yes 5 Click Replace to update the parameter value and then OK to close the dialog
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Default No
Explanation Determines the type of SQL generated, either ANSI 92 compliant or not See 8 for more information Determines the order that columns are displayed in tables in the structure pane Determines the order in which classes and objects are sorted when universes are linked Yes causes them to be sorted according to the master universe No causes them to be sorted in the derived universe Determines how the SQL for Lists of Values is generated (See 10) With the default settings, the LOV query uses SELECT DISTINCT, which can be slow against large tables Specifies the maximum values users can select when using IN LIST in query conditions
COLUMNS_SORT
Yes|No
CORE_ORDER_PRIORITY
Yes|No
PART II
DISTINCT_VALUES =
GROUPBY DISTINCT
DISTINCT
MAX_INLIST_VALUES
NN up to 256
TABLE 7-6 Database Parameters Con gurable Per Universe
Universe Connections
The universe connection determines how users connect to the data warehouse or data source when they build or refresh a query The user name and password used for the universe connection can be the same as or different from the user name and password used to authenticate a user in the BusinessObjects Enterprise repository Often they are the same if you use the database to control security Certain databases, such as Teradata, also perform better when each database user has its own workspace, whereas others, such as Oracle, perform better with a shared database login as memory and resources are shared Connections can be defined in two places within Designer: When you access the universe parameters, Definition tab Via the Connections button on the toolbar or select Tools | Connections from the pull-down menu
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This second option is new in XI and replaces the approach of defining connections via Supervisor in 5x and 6x The Connection dialog in previous versions has now been replaced with a wizard that guides you through the process of adding and editing connections As discussed earlier, when you work with universes, you are working on a copy and changes appear to users only when you export the universe The opposite is true of connections As you make changes to connections, they are immediately saved to the repository when you click Finish from within the Connection Wizard
Connection Types
Designer supports three different types of connections, each denoted with a unique symbol in the list of connections: Personal connections that users may create for freehand SQL or that universe designers create when testing new data sources The definitions reside in C:\ Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\Business Objects\Business Objects 115\lsipdaclsi (personal data accountlocal security information), where User is the name of the network or NT user Shared connections that are shared via work group folders on a LAN server for designers to share outside the CMS repository The definitions reside in sdaclsi (shared data account) Secure connections that reside in the CMS repository In order to deploy universes to end users, you must use secure connections
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