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MoatazElSayed
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Pinned topic DB2 Tables used to store data of analysis

‏2012-08-19T10:52:44Z |
Hi All,

What exactly DB2 tables used to store data of analysis (I mean the results of analysis)?

Regards,
Moataz
Updated on 2012-08-19T15:05:12Z at 2012-08-19T15:05:12Z by MoatazElSayed
  • RobertDickson
    RobertDickson
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    Re: DB2 Tables used to store data of analysis

    ‏2012-08-19T12:55:01Z  in response to MoatazElSayed
    Hi Moatez,

    The summary results are stored in the Information Server repository (typically XMETA), and the detail s stored it he Information Analyzer repository (typically IADB). The best way to get results out is by using the command line/HTTP calls from the documentation.
    Regards,
    Robert
  • RobertDickson
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    Re: DB2 Tables used to store data of analysis

    ‏2012-08-19T13:09:59Z  in response to MoatazElSayed
    ...by the way, I know I did not answer your question directly. I presumed you were trying to get results out of the repositories, so I amassed accordingly.

    There are a series of tables that end in _FD,etc in the same Schema as your user. These are column analysis results. There are also others, like _DATA, that are from the data rules.

    The best way is to use the API....

    Robert
  • MoatazElSayed
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    Re: DB2 Tables used to store data of analysis

    ‏2012-08-19T15:05:12Z  in response to MoatazElSayed
    Thanks Robert :)