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  1. About the Enterprise Data Preparation Administrator Guide
  2. Introduction to Enterprise Data Preparation Administration
  3. Getting Started
  4. Administration Process
  5. User Account Setup
  6. Search Configuration
  7. Roles, Privileges, and Profiles
  8. Data Asset Access and Publication Management
  9. Masking Sensitive Data
  10. Monitoring Enterprise Data Preparation
  11. Backing Up and Restoring Enterprise Data Preparation
  12. Managing the Data Lakehouse
  13. Schedule Export, Import and Publish Activities
  14. Interactive Data Preparation Service
  15. Enterprise Data Preparation Service

Enterprise Data Preparation Administrator Guide

Enterprise Data Preparation Administrator Guide

Before You Create the Interactive Data Preparation Service

Before You Create the
Interactive Data Preparation Service

Before you create the
Interactive Data Preparation Service
, complete the prerequisite tasks for the service.
If you use Oracle as the database for the Data Preparation repository, perform the following tasks before you create the
Interactive Data Preparation Service
:
  • Set up the Oracle server database version 12cR2 that the
    Interactive Data Preparation Service
    connects to. Ensure that the database is case insensitive.
  • Set up the required user account for the Oracle database with create, drop, and alter permissions for tables and views.
If you use MySQL or MariaDB as the database for the Data Preparation repository, perform the following tasks before you create the
Interactive Data Preparation Service
:
  • Set up the MySQL server database version 5.6.26 or above that the
    Interactive Data Preparation Service
    connects to. Ensure that the database is case insensitive. For MySQL version 5.6.26 and above, set lower_case_table_names=1 and for MySQL version 5.7 and above, set explicit_defaults_for_timestamp=1 in the my.cnf file.
  • Set up the required user account for the MySQL database with create, drop, and alter permissions for tables and views.
If the domain is secure, you must secure the services that you create for use by
Enterprise Data Preparation
.
  • The following services in the domain and the YARN application must share the same common truststore file:
    • Data Integration Service
    • Model Repository Service
    • Catalog Service
    • Interactive Data Preparation Service
    • Enterprise Data Preparation Service
  • The
    Interactive Data Preparation Service
    and
    Enterprise Data Preparation Service
    must also share the same keystore file.
  • You can use different keystore files for the Data Integration Service, Model Repository Service, and Catalog Service. If you use different keystore files, you must add certificates corresponding to each of the keystores into a common truststore file.
  • If you have configured
    Enterprise Data Preparation
    with one primary node and one or more backup nodes, you must copy the truststore files to a common directory and specify the same directory path for all nodes assigned to
    Enterprise Data Preparation
    .