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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

Data Preparation Repository Options

Data Preparation Repository Options

To edit the data preparation repository options, click the pencil icon in the Data Preparation Repository Options area. In the
Edit Data Preparation Repository Options
window, edit the required fields.

Oracle

  1. To use an Oracle database for the Data Preparation repository, select
    Oracle
    as the database type.
  2. Enter the connection properties for the database.
    The following table describes the connection properties:
    Property
    Description
    Database User Name
    Database user account to use to connect to the Data Preparation repository.
    Database User Password
    Password for the Data Preparation repository database user account.
    Connection String
    JDBC connection string to connect to the database. Format the string as follows:
    jdbc:informatica:oracle://<database host name>:<port>;ServiceName=<service name>
    Secure JDBC Parameters
    List of secure database parameters to connect to the database. Format the parameters as follows:
    EncryptionMethod=SSL;HostNameInCertificate=<secure database host name>;ValidateServerCertificate=true

MySQL

  1. To use a MySQL database or a MariaDB database for the Data Preparation repository, select
    MySQL
    as the Database Type.
  2. Enter the connection properties for the database.
    The following table describes the connection properties:
    Property
    Description
    Database User Name
    Database user account to use to connect to the database.
    Database User Password
    Password for the Data Preparation repository database user account.
    Database Host Name
    Host name of the machine that hosts the database.
    Database Port Number
    Port number for the database.
    Schema Name
    Schema or database name of the Data Preparation repository database.
    Connection String
    Connection string to connect to the database.
    To connect to a non-secure database, format the string as follows:
    jdbc:mysql://<database host name>:<port>
    The connection string is optional if you connect to a non-secure database.
    To connect to an SSL-enabled database, format the string as follows:
    verifyServerCertificate=true&useSSL=true&requireSSL=true
    Secure JDBC Parameters
    String containing the path and file name for the database truststore file, and the truststore password. Format the string as follows:
    trustCertificateKeyStoreUrl=file://<truststore path/truststore file name>&trustCertificatekeyStorePassword=<truststore password>