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They say to keep a blog post to a small size. Well for this posting I had to actually upload a PDF file that can be downloaded to cover how to configure multiple Warehouse Proxy Agents in a large scale environment. The configuration is not complicated but it can be overwhelming based on the different pieces needed to be configured. To see all the gory details follow this
Taking a technical break this week on Warehouse best practices. The last six blog entries had to do with the Warehouse Proxy client that runs as part of the agent. This also included the TEMA code that saved the historical data in the short term history(STH) files. The next series of blog entries will be about the Warehouse Proxy Server or Warehouse Proxy Agent(WPA). The WPA is responsible for listening on a port for historical data from the Warehouse Proxy clients(agents). The WPA also has to connect to the database being used for warehousing... [More]