OBIEE 12C – uploadrpd and downloadrpd – Log file


Commands to Deploy RPD and Download RPD – Log file location for uploadrpd and downloadrpd command utilities.

How to Deploy Repository in OBIEE 12c?

Repository is uploaded using data-model-cmd script with uploadrpd option

Check Oracle link.

<Oracle_Home>user_projects/domains/<domain name>/bitools/bin/data-model-cmd.sh

./data-model-cmd.sh uploadrpd -I <RPDname> [-W <RPDpwd>] -SI <service_instance> -U <cred_username> [-P <cred_password>] [-S <hostname>] [-N <port_number>] [-SSL] [-H]

Where

I specifies the name of the repository that you want to upload.

W is the repository’s password. If you do not supply the password, then you will be prompted for the password when the command is run. For security purposes, Oracle recommends that you include a password in the command only if you are using automated scripting to run the command.

SI specifies the name of the service instance.

U specifies a valid user’s name to be used for Oracle BI EE authentication.

P specifies the password corresponding to the user’s name that you specified for U. If you do not supply the password, then you will be prompted for the password when the command is run. For security purposes, Oracle recommends that you include a password in the command only if you are using automated scripting to run the command.

S specifies the Oracle BI EE host name. Only include this option when you are running the command from a client installation.

N specifies the Oracle BI EE port number. Only include this option when you are running the command from a client installation.

SSL specifies to use SSL to connect to the WebLogic Server to run the command. Only include this option when you are running the command from a client installation.

H displays the usage information and exits the command.

For example: ./data-model-cmd.sh uploadrpd -I obiee12samp.rpd -W Admin123 -SI ssi -U weblogic -P Welcome99

Note: Options S, N,SSL are needed when command is executed on client machines. Use -H for help.

 

How to Download Repository in OBIEE 12c?

Repository is downloaded using data-model-cmd script with downloadrpd option

Check Oracle link.

<Oracle_Home>user_projects/domains/<domain name>/bitools/bin/data-model-cmd.sh

 

./data-model-cmd.sh downloadrpd -O RPDname [-W RPDpwd] -SI service_instance -U cred_username [-P cred_password] [-S hostname] [-N port_number] [-SSL] [-H]

Where

O specifies the name of the repository that you want to download.

W specifies the password for the repository. If you do not supply the password, then you will be prompted for the password when the command is run. For security purposes, Oracle recommends that you include a password in the command only if you are using automated scripting to run the command.

SI specifies the name of the service instance.

U specifies a valid user’s name to be used for Oracle BI EE authentication.

P specifies the password corresponding to the user’s name that you specified for U. If you do not supply the password, then you will be prompted for the password when the command is run. For security purposes, Oracle recommends that you include a password in the command only if you are using automated scripting to run the command.

S specifies the Oracle BI EE host name. Only include this option when you are running the command from a client installation.

N specifies the Oracle BI EE port number. Only include this option when you are running the command from a client installation.

SSL specifies to use SSL to connect to the WebLogic Server to run the command. Only include this option when you are running the command from a client installation.

H displays the usage information and exits the command.

For example: ./data-model-cmd.sh downloadrpd -O obieesamp.rpd -W Admin123 -SI ssi -U weblogic -P Welcome99

Note: Options S, N,SSL are needed when command is executed on client machines. Use -H for help.

What is the Log file name and it’s location for verifying uploadrpd and downloadrpd command utilities?

Check  the file bi-lcm-rest.log.0 located under <Oracle_Home>/user_projects/domains/<domain name>/servers/bi_server1/logs folder

Also check bi-server1-diagnostics.log file under <Oracle_Home>/user_projects/domains/<domain name>/servers/bi_server1/logs folder

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