Using Teiid Designer, user can specify "connectors" at two places.
1) During/after the model creation. The connector created (automatically
or manually created) is used for "preview" functionality. This is only
for "design" time environment. Which is what you have.
2) When the VDB is created, user has choice of accepting the connector
created before, or change properties for the "runtime" environment. See
"execution" tab under VDB panel in designer during the VDB creation.
Out of Designer
1) Once the VDB is created, you can manually edit the
"ConfigurationInfo.def" file inside the VDB (this is not using desinger)
and change the properties to what you like. VDB is simple zip file, so
can open with any zip utilities.
2) Once deployed into Teiid Runtime, you can use Admin API to modify.
You can either use a your own program or Admin Shell for this. See
"addConnectorBinding" and "assignConnectorBinding" calls for this.
3) In 6.3 release, we will have a GUI based management tool, which will
let you configure the same.
Hope this helps.
On Thu, 2009-10-01 at 17:18 +0200, Torsten Schlabach wrote:
Sorry if I missed this in the documentation, but I have the following
When designing my VDB in the Designer, I have to tell the connector(s) I
am using where to find the sources. So in case of a Text File Connector,
I would have to tell it the location of the text file.
This is most likely going to be a different path and filename in my
development environment than what it is going to be later in production.
But how would I be able to pass a parameter with the text file location
(Text File Descriptor) to the JDBC connection to my VDB from my application?
I hope I was able to explain what I mean. Any pointers are appreciated.
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