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Pentaho Analytics for MongoDB Cookbook by Harris Ward, Joel Latino

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Publishing a Mondrian 4 schema

In this recipe, we will show you how to publish the Mondrian 4 schema on the Pentaho BI server, making the schema available to the Analysis Report for data exploration.

Getting ready

Make sure you have the Mondrian 4 schema that was created in the previous recipes defined well. MongoDB must be started with the databases created in the previous chapter.

How to do it…

Proceed with the following steps:

  1. In your filesystem, go to <Pentaho-installation-path>/server/biserver-ee/pentaho-solutions/system/ and open the olap4j.properties file with your favorite text editor.
  2. Add the following lines. However, you need change the file path for the Mondrian schema; in my case, it is /home/latino/git/pentaho-mongodb-cookbook/source code/chapter4/ ...

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