Reporting Schema Is Incorrect in setup_reporting_user.sql Downloaded From "Download Reporting Schema Setup Sql" in Instantis EnterpriseTrack
Last updated on JANUARY 08, 2018
Applies to:Instantis EnterpriseTrack - Version 126.96.36.199 and later
Instantis EnterpriseTrack Cloud Service - Version 17.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The reporting schema is incorrect in the setup_reporting_user.sql file downloaded when clicking "Download Reporting Schema Setup SQL" from Administration>Data Import & Export. The reporting schema name is being derived from the schema used by the etrack application rather than by the name of SiteWand account.
For example: SiteWand using account name "etrack" deployed using database schema "etrack2". When downloading setup_reporting_user.sql, the reporting schema is ET_etrack2_REP instead of ET_etrack_REP.
Example of downloaded SQL:
prompt Enter the password for the reporting schema called 'ET_etrack2_REP'
prompt prompted. You must remember this password; it will be required
prompt to access the reporting schema.
accept reppassword prompt 'Password for reporting schema: '
create user ET_etrack2_REP identified by "&reppassword" default tablespace
users temporary tablespace temp ;
grant connect, resource to ET_etrack2_REP ;
grant unlimited tablespace to ET_etrack2_REP ;
grant execute on dbms_lob to ET_etrack2_REP ;
alter user ET_etrack2_REP grant connect through etrack2 ;
STEPS TO REPRODUCE:
- Install SiteWand using non-default schema user, such as etrack2
- SiteWand account name should be "etrack"
- Deploy EnterpriseTrack application
- Login as sys_admin
- Enable "Manage reporting data model" in Feature Settings>Global
- Move account to UAT mode
- Go to Administration>Data Import & Export
- Click "Download Reporting Schema Setup SQL"
- Open setup_reporting_user.sql in a text editor
- Notice reporting schema is ET_etrack2_REP instead of ET_etrack_REP
The reporting schema user downloaded in setup_reporting_user.sql should match the SiteWand account name, not the db schema name for the application.
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