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Support Forums => Report Indexing => Topic started by: Vladimir J. David on October 26, 2015, 11:30:56 AM

Title: Loading composite file to multiple applications
Post by: Vladimir J. David on October 26, 2015, 11:30:56 AM
Greeting ODUG,

I have the following scenario and looking for a potential solution.  Kindly share your suggestions. CMOD 9.5, Linux 6.4, Oracle 12c with HA/DR
1-   We have one single EX: SingleFile01.001, file that contains multiple documents inside it Ex: File001.xxx, File002.xxx, File003.xxx
2-   We want to load this single file based on a single application group Ex: AppGrp1
3-   That application group comprised multiple application EX: APP01, APP02, APP03
When we run arsload, is the system smart enough to load each document to its respective application under the application group?
arsload -h HOST -u ID -p PWD -g "AppGrp1" -fvn /devcntcmod_feed/ SingleFile01.001
Title: Re: Loading composite file to multiple applications
Post by: Alessandro Perucchi on October 27, 2015, 12:57:08 AM
Hello,

no, you must have one entry (file) per application.

Meaning that you must have some mechanisms to split it per application.

Title: Re: Loading composite file to multiple applications
Post by: ewirtz on October 27, 2015, 01:50:53 AM
Hi Vladimir,
if you can index the different documents in the same way, you can use one application but you have to index the report name to be able to look for one kind of the different documents.

regards Egon
Title: Re: Loading composite file to multiple applications
Post by: Vladimir J. David on October 27, 2015, 10:21:42 AM
Is loading the same file multiple on a per application and option?  if so how is arsload handling files that do no belong to and application?
Title: Re: Loading composite file to multiple applications
Post by: Alessandro Perucchi on October 28, 2015, 09:47:50 AM
Is loading the same file multiple on a per application and option?  if so how is arsload handling files that do no belong to and application?

Normally you must provide the "Application Group" and the "Application" in your command line

OR

If you use arsload in a daemon mode, you can tell arsload where in the filename, he needs to take as the applicatin group and the application.

Otherwise, there is no way that arsload can know something like that.