MicroStrategy Rest API Setup and User Guide

MicroStrategy being the one of the largely used reporting tools, the feature of Rest API provides a lot of flexibility for the use of MicroStrategy with third party tools. Here we will discuss how to setup and use MicroStrategy Rest API. Please look at this for the setup and user guide: https://www.slideshare.net/AbhishekMallick9/micro-strategy-rest-api-setup-guide

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Apache Knox Setup and HDFS and Hive Accessing BigData

Apache Knox: The Apache Knox™ Gateway is an Application Gateway for interacting with the REST APIs and UIs of Apache Hadoop deployments. Setup Knox: Setup the Knox https://knox.apache.org/books/knox-0-12-0/user-guide.html#Quick+Start Access the Hive: Change in Ambari the Hive config hive.server2.transport.mode to http from binary Check in Linux Use Commands beeline !connect jdbc:hive2://hadoopmaster.com:8443/;ssl=true;sslTrustStore=/var/lib/knox/data-2.6.1.0-129/security/keystores/gateway.jks;trustStorePassword=password@123?hive.server2.transport.mode=http;hive.server2.thrift.http.path=gateway/default/hive hadoopmaster.com is your system address … Continue reading Apache Knox Setup and HDFS and Hive Accessing BigData

Solutions to Date-Time Issue between Server Clients at different Timezone

After Investing lot of time in solving the date-time difference problem between Server and Clients due to them being at different Timezone, I understood few things which I would share with you. You can't control the clients timezone. You can only control your server side timezone. You can't force a your client.to accept your specific date-time. … Continue reading Solutions to Date-Time Issue between Server Clients at different Timezone

ASP.NET MVC Web.config move AppSettings to separate file

Let’s get the appSettings inside the web.config file to a separate file for better maintenance of the code. Step 1: Open your web.config file. Step 2: You will see your appSettings code in there Step 3: Create a new config file in the project name "PrivateSettings.config" and add the settings code you want to keep … Continue reading ASP.NET MVC Web.config move AppSettings to separate file

ASP.NET MVC Web.config move ConnectionStrings to separate file

Let's get the connectionStrings inside the web.config file to a separate file for better maintenance of the code. Step 1: Open your web.config file. Step 2: You will see your connectionStrings code in there Step 3: Add a new config file name as ConnectionStrings.config and copy the above code into it Step 4: In your … Continue reading ASP.NET MVC Web.config move ConnectionStrings to separate file