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hibernate.remote.database

Default Value:
Valid Values: A Database Name
Changes Take Effect: at start/restart


The name of remote database that will be used for RS. Used to help construct the JDBC connection URL.

hibernate.remote.dialect

Default Value:
Valid Values: MS SQL DB Dialect or Oracle DB Dialect
Changes Take Effect: at start/restart


The dialect Hibernate should use when interacting with the database

hibernate.remote.driver

Default Value:
Valid Values: MS SQL DB Datasource or Oracle DB Datasource
Changes Take Effect: at start/restart


SQL Driver Hibernate should use when interacting with the database

hibernate.remote.url

Default Value:
Valid Values: A JDBC URL
Changes Take Effect: at start/restart


The JDBC URL that RS should use to connect with the database. For Oracle, the final URL is constructed by appending a colon plus the hibernate.remote.database string to this option's value. For SQL Server, the final URL is constructed by appending ';databasename=' plus the hibernate.remote.database string to this option's value. The JDBC connection URL will equal the hibernate.remote.url string if the hibernate.remote.database parameter is set to empty.

hibernate.remote.user

Default Value:
Valid Values: User Name
Changes Take Effect: at start/restart


The user name that RS should use to connect the the remote database

password

Default Value:
Valid Values: User Password
Changes Take Effect: at start/restart


The password that RS should use to connect the the remote database

rs.histonly.enabled

Default Value: false
Valid Values: Enable HIST-Only Mode
Changes Take Effect: at start/restart


Configures the RS to run in HIST-Only Mode. The RS will never write to the remote database, but will continue to support historical report queries. The HIST-Only RS does not support writing CDR, OR, SQA, or log data. It does not support data summarization or data purging. It does not support real-time (RT) call reports.

rs.nodb.enabled

Default Value: false
Valid Values: This option controls 'no DB' mode. In 'no DB' mode, the RS functions without a remote DB, however only a limited number of reporting services are available.
Changes Take Effect: at start/restart


Enables the 'no DB' feature for running the RS without a remote DB.

rs.storage.metricsfilter

Default Value:


Valid Values: This option controls the metrics that should be persisted to the database backend.
Changes Take Effect: at start/restart


RS uses the string provided to filter metrics before saving to the database. The string uses the same format as in Reporting Client, such as 0-16,18,25,35,36,41,52-55,74,128,136-141. The default value is "*". When the parameter is missing, the default value will be assumed and all metrics received will be saved to the database.

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