Setting Up the PMF Data Mart in Your RDBMS

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After completing the PMF install program, the PMF application is prepared for use on your Reporting Server.

As previously mentioned in this documentation, PMF also requires a connection to a physical data mart, which must reside in an RDBMS. PMF uses this data mart as the central place where it stores data for Measures and Dimensions, the information that controls these, and other critical data, such as Feedback, Tasks, the specifications for Alerts, and Dashboard preferences.

Note the following before performing any of the procedures in this section:

General Procedure for Setting Up a PMF RDBMS

To set up the PMF data mart, you need to:

  1. Set up, or gain access to, an existing RDBMS resource on which you can set up a PMF data mart. PMF supports hosting on MySQL, MS SQL Server, Oracle, Teradata, Information Builders HyperStage, PostgreSQL, or IBM DB2. If you need the data mart to be different from one of these, contact your Information Builders support representative.
  2. Have security credentials for the RDBMS that are at a sufficient level to allow the following options:
    • Create, alter, and drop of tables, views, and procedures.
    • Execute/Run on procedures.
    • For Oracle, create and drop public synonyms, triggers, and sequences. You must also have the ability to enable and disable triggers. Note that the drop public synonym must be explicitly granted.
    • Select, update, and delete for all tables, and select on all views.

    Test and confirm the credentials you have given these rights before attempting to use the credentials to create the PMF Data mart in your RDBMS.

  3. If necessary, have your DBA review the provided, packaged PMF SQL DDL code that creates and sets up the PMF data mart.
  4. From your SQL tool of choice, either run the provided, packaged PMF files yourself or have your DBA run them and save the SQL output files from the process, at full error reporting levels so it will be possible to see any error messages.
  5. Review the SQL output files from the process and confirm all ran properly with no displayed errors.

    Note: For SQL Server or MySQL, the PMF installer will correctly configure the profile for the default tenant. For all others, this is a manual step.

  6. Make sure connectivity software (for example, the database connection client) for your Reporting server has been properly set up. Make sure that your tenant profile is properly configured for PMF.
  7. Make sure the WebFOCUS RDBMS connection called pmf_system has been properly configured for connection to the RDBMS.
  8. Log into PMF as an administrator and resynch the PMF metadata from the newly connected data mart. If necessary, enter any required RDBMS parameters.
  9. If desired, perform a snapshot restore of demonstration data for PMF.

Reference: Settings for Data Mart Build and Upgrade

The following system settings are required by certain supported RDBMSs to enable various PMF functions. These settings will vary from one RDBMS to another.

Setting

Controls

PMF_DB_OWNER

The configured owner or schema of the database that contains the PMF data mart.

PMF_DB_TABLESPACE

The defined and configured tablespace for the database.

PMF_DB_INDEXSPACE

The defined and configured index space for the database.

During installation, the PMF installer prompts for none, one, or all of these setting depending on the database. After the install is completed, PMF updates the PMF settings table with the confirmed values that you provided.

Important:
  • Do not enter dummy or placeholder values for these settings.
  • These settings are case sensitive. To determine whether they should be upper case or lower case, please check the requirements for your RDBMS.
  • Once these values have been entered and accepted by the Resync panel, they cannot be changed in the PMF application.
  • If you have changed your configuration or security settings, the settings are not blank and the PMF Resync panel does not prompt for them. However, the PMF Resync panel will display an error message, as shown in the following image.
    error message

    To correct the error, you have to restore your data mart from the backup and change the PMF_DB_OWNER, PMF_DB_TABLESPACE, and PMF_DB_INDEXSPACE settings in the SYSTEM_SETTINGS database table.

Procedure: How to Build a SQL Server Data Mart Using DDL

If you ran the PMF installer and specified SQL server, PMF is already configured with a SQL Server database named pmf_base.

To create a new SQL Server data mart for PMF, perform the following steps:

  1. Start your SQL tool for MS SQL Server. Most DB users typically use the Microsoft® provided SQL Server Management Studio. Make sure to log in to this tool using the Owner ID that has all proper rights to create, read, and drop tables, views and procedures.
  2. Check your MS SQL Server owner name for the data mart. PMF currently requires the default, DBO.
  3. Create the new database in your MS SQL Server environment using SQL Server Management Studio.
  4. In the SQL Server Management Studio console, run the provided SQL DDL called sqlmss.sql. This script is located on the WebFOCUS Reporting Server in /ibi/apps/pmfdbms/Create_Database. The DDL script creates and populates the new data mart with the minimum amount of data required to start PMF.
  5. Personally review the SQL output in SQL Server Management Studio from the DDL process and confirm all ran properly with no displayed errors. If there were errors, double-check that your DB Owner name has the proper rights to create, read, and drop tables, views and procedures, and that the physical connection from SQL Server Management Studio to your RDBMS is correct.
  6. Double-check that you have any proper DB Client software installed on your WebFOCUS Reporting Server, as needed, and that the physical connection to the RDBMS server and database has been set up in that client.
  7. Open the WebFOCUS Reporting Server Console for the Reporting Server(s) used for PMF. Double-check that an adapter connection called pmf_system has been set up for MS SQL database in the tenant profile. If you are in single tenant mode, this will be pmf_base.prf. Test the connection and make sure that it is working before proceeding.
  8. Log into PMF as an administrator. You should be prompted to resynch PMF. Perform the resynch. If there are any issues, check to make sure you followed every aspect of this procedure. If it was followed perfectly and there are still issues, see Troubleshooting Common Issues.
  9. If needed, to provide sample data for PMF, or to restore your previous PMF data from another installation of PMF, restore a snapshot into the data mart. For more information, see Working with Snapshots.

Procedure: How to Build an Oracle Data Mart Using DDL

Note the following before performing the procedure:

  • Sample DDL for creating the default databases and Oracle owner name (schema) and indexes can be found in the sqlora_env_defaults.sql file, which is located in the \ibi\apps\pmfdbms\Create_Database folder in the standard PMF installation.
  • It is recommended that tablespaces and schema names be composed of uppercase standard ANSI characters. Doing so helps avoid problems that might occur while running the PMF scripts.
  • For Oracle: Note that only one PMF datamart can be created per Oracle database, since PMF uses Oracle Public Synonyms. Each PMF schema must reside in a separate database. Also, make sure to run the DDL script using the Schema ID you created for PMF, and make sure the case used when logging in to your SQL tool matches that used for the PMF schema exactly.

To create a new Oracle data mart for PMF, perform the following steps:

  1. Create the new database in your Oracle environmental using your standard toolset.
  2. Create table spaces for your tables and indexes. Depending on your requirements, you can either use the same tablespace for both your tables and indexes or you can use separate tablespaces for each.
  3. Create your Oracle owner name for the data mart. We recommend using PMF for simplicity, but you can use a different name if required for your standards.
  4. Set up the Oracle SID.
  5. Edit the sqlora.sql file located in the \ibi\apps\pmfdbms\Create_Database directory and set the proper values for the three environmental variables. These values must be identical to those used in steps 2 and 3. It is recommended that you use uppercase standard ANSI characters only.

    For details about variable settings, see Settings for Oracle Data Mart Build and Upgrade.

  6. Start your Oracle interactive or GUI tool. For Oracle 11 and higher, we recommend using Oracle Developer. For earlier releases, you can use SQL*Plus.
  7. In the Oracle session, run sqlora.sql.

    The DDL script creates and populates the new data mart with the minimum amount of data required to start PMF.

  8. Open the WebFOCUS Reporting Server Console for the Reporting Server(s) used for PMF. Double-check that an adapter connection called pmf_system has been set up for Oracle database in the tenant profile. If you are in single-tenant mode, this will be pmf_base.prf. Test the connection and make sure that it is working before proceeding.
  9. Sign in to your PMF application using the supplied PMF administrator ID pmfadmin. A form similar to the following image prompts you for the Schema, Tablespace for tables, and Tablespace for Indexes (Indexspace).

    Once the values are entered, the Oracle system settings will be verified for legitimacy in your database. You cannot continue with the installation or upgrade if any of these values are not legitimate.

Note:
  • If you need to specify additional storage specifications, you can do so using the global parameters. The following is an example:
    define PMF_DB_TABLESPACE = 'PMF_DATAMART_DATA'
    --define PMF_DB_TABLESPACE = 'PMF_DATAMART_DATA storage 
    (initial 64K next 0K minextents 1 maxextents 2147483645 pctincrease 0
    freelists 1 freelist groups 1)' 
  • The scripts that are required to create the PMF data mart require specific settings for certain Oracle system parameters. In particular, NLS_DATE_FORMAT, NLS_TIMESTAP_FORMAT, and NLS_LENGTH_SEMANTICS.

    These settings will override your site standard settings for the duration of your Oracle session unless you specifically reset them after you have finished running the PMF scripts. Once you close your session, the settings will revert back to your site standards. For more information, consult your Oracle documentation.

  • If you are re-creating the PMF datamart under a different schema, drop all existing PMF objects using Oracle tools first.

Procedure: How to Create a New DB2/UDB Data Mart

Establishing and maintaining a DB2/UDB database is a complex task that requires knowledge of DB2/UDB and of any site specific standards. The following procedure should be performed by an experienced database administrator.

  1. You will need to attach your RDBMS query tool to your DB2/UDB system with an ID that has all necessary privileges to perform the following steps. This includes, but is not limited to, create database, schema, tables, views, indexes, procedures, and so on. Make sure that such an ID is available.
  2. Create the new database and schema in your DB2/UDB environmental using your standard toolset.

    It is recommended that you use PMF for the schema name but a different name can be used if required for your standards.

  3. Create table spaces for your tables and indexes using your standard toolset.

    It is recommended that you use PMF_DATAMART_DATA for the tablespace for the tables and PMF_DATAMART_INDEX for the tablespace for your indexes. Different names can be used if required for your standards.

    Note: Sample code to create the database, schema, and table spaces is in the supplied script db2_env_defaults.sql which is located in the apps/pmfdbms/Create_Database folder.

  4. You will be running the supplied script db2.sql, which is also in the apps/pmfdbms/Create_Database folder. Prior to running you must set the correct value for &PMF_DB_OWNER. In the script, after the instructions at the top of the script you will see these two lines:
    set schema &PMF_DBOWNER;
    set path &PMF_DB_OWNER ; 

    Change &PMF_DB_OWNER to the name of your schema, which is typically PMF. It is recommended that the schema name be uppercase, alphanumeric ANSI characters only.

    In addition, if you are not using the recommended schema or tablespace names, you will have to first edit the db2.sql file and substitute the proper names wherever they are used. View the output listing and verify that all statements completed successfully.

    NOTE: It is recommended that you use the standard DB2 GUI toolkit - DB2 Control Center and/or DB2 Command Editor - to interact with your DB2 database. Alternatively, you may run the supplied sample scripts after making any necessary changes in command line mode. Here is what a typical DB2 command line session looks like:

    C:\>db2 connect to pmf user db2admin
    Enter current password for db2admin:
       Database Connection Information
    Database server        = DB2/NT64 9.7.0
    SQL authorization ID   = DB2ADMIN
    Local database alias   = PMF
    C:\> db2 -vf C:\ibi\apps\pmfdbms\Create_Database\db2.sql   
    -z C:\ibi\apps\pmfdbms\Create_Database\db2.out +o

    The –z parameter along with the +o command effectively routes the session output to the file db2.out for inspection.

  5. Using the WebFOCUS Server Administration Console, create and test your pmf_system connection to the database you just created.
  6. Using the WebFOCUS Server Administration Console, open your Server Tenant Profile. If you are in single tenant mode (the default) the profile is pmf_base.prf. If you are in multi-tenant mode, see Installing PMF for Multi-Tenancy for details on how to identify your profile.

    Perform steps a and b:

    1. Ensure that the pmf_system connection is the default DB2 connection.
    2. Enter this code after your DB2 connection string:
      -SET &&PMF_OWNER_FOR_INSTALL_UPGRADE = ‘<schema_name>’;

      where:

      schema_name

      Is the name you chose in step 2.

      Note: The schema_name is case sensitive and must exactly match what was entered in step 4.

      If this step is omitted, you will see the following image when you log into PMF for the first time.

      Note: If you upgrade to a new PMF release, this line must also be in your tenant profile.

    3. Open up the WebFOCUS Reporting Server Console for the Reporting Server(s) used for PMF. Double-check that an adapter connection called pmf_system has been set up for DB2 database in the tenant profile. If you are in single-tenant mode, this will be pmf_base.prf. Test the connection and make sure that it is working before proceeding.
  7. Sign in to your PMF application using the supplied PMF administrator ID pmfadmin. A form similar to the following image prompts you for the Schema, Tablespace for tables, and Table Space for Indexes (for example, Indexspace).

    Enter the same values you used when running the db2.sql script in the previous step. You must enter proper values, otherwise PMF will not allow further processing

  8. Remove the -SET statement from your tenant profile (used in step 6) to avoid interfering with other applications.

Procedure: How to Create a New DB2/zOS Data Mart

The procedures for creating a DB2/zOS database are similar to those in the previous procedure for DB2/UDB, but note the following:

  1. The DB and tablespace creation must be run directly on the z/OS system. Sample SQL to do this is located in zosv8_env_defaults.sql in /apps/pmfdbms/Create_Database supplied with PMF.
  2. The DDL must be run to create the stored procedures directly on the mainframe. The SQL to do this is located in zosv8_procedures.sql in /apps/pmfdbms/Create_Database supplied with PMF. The DB Owner ID needs select access to the SYSIBM.SYSTABLES catalog table.
  3. The DB Owner ID must have full capabilities on objects owned by itself, for example, DBADM.
  4. The DB Owner ID must have permissions to run the two stored procedures. Also, if the procedures are prepared as external SQL procedures (this is the only option in DB2 z/OS V8), then the id must also have access to the packages associated with the procedures. Refer to the CALL statement section in the DB2 z/OS SQL Reference for information on the authorization requirements.
  5. To create and populate the PMF data mart, you must run the supplied script (zosv8.sql) from a DB2 client. The minimum client configuration is DB2 Connect.
    • If you are using DB2 Connect release 8.x, make sure you have applied FixPak 18 (also known as Version 8.2 FixPak 11) from IBM. You may obtain this at http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=71&uid=swg24024075.
    • If you connect to the z/OS database from the client using an ID other than the owner ID, then that ID must have OS privileges to impersonate that actual owner ID.
  6. If you create the pmf_system connection using the DB Owner for authentication inside of WebFOCUS, you do not need to make any changes (temporary or otherwise) to edasprof.
  7. If the WebFOCUS connection is not using the DB Owner to connect, you must apply z/OS permissions (for example, RACF) on the connect ID in order to:
    • Be able to use the attach ID.
    • Be able to use the stored procedures.
  8. You may need to edit the lsched.acx metadata files. lsdched is a cluster join used by PMF in the PMF interface to the Report Caster. The issue is that there can be multiple ReportCaster databases on any given LPAR, and there may be no way to point to a database without editing ldsched.acx to qualify the tables.

Procedure: How to Create a PMF Data Mart in MySQL

Note the following before performing the procedure:

  • If you ran the PMF installer and specified MySQL, PMF is already configured with a MySQL database schema named pmf_base.
  • MySQL schema names are case sensitive on Windows. It is recommended that you use only lower case ANSI characters for your MySQL schemas.

To create a new data mart for PMF, perform the following steps:

  1. Start MySQL Workbench and connect to the RDBMS server.
  2. In the MySQL Workbench session, create your MySQL schema for the data mart and, if not already done, the user that will be used to connect to the database. For the schema we recommend using pmf for simplicity, but you can use a different name if required for your standards, or if required for multi-tenancy. Sample DDL to accomplish these tasks can be found in the sqlmysql_env_defaults.sql file, which is located in the apps/pmfdbms/Create_Database folder in the standard PMF installation.
  3. Create the new empty database with the defined schema name as the owner (recommended).
  4. Open the DDL file for creating the default databases. This file is called sqlmysql.sql and is located in the apps/pmfdbms/Create_Database folder in the standard PMF installation. Per the instructions in the file, you must change the &PMF_DB_OWNER to the schema you have just created. Make sure to retain the back "tick marks” around your value. This script creates and populates the new data mart with the minimum amount of data required to start using PMF.
  5. Once the changes are made, run the DDL SQL to create the database structures and ensure that no errors occurred. If you do encounter errors, the most likely cause is access. Make sure that the ID you are using to run the DDL can create and drop procedures, tables, and views for the schema you created.
  6. Open the WebFOCUS Reporting Server Console for the Reporting Server(s) used for PMF. Double-check that an adapter connection called pmf_system has been set up for MySQL database in the tenant profile. If you are in single-tenant mode, this will be pmf_base.prf. Test the connection and make sure that it is working before proceeding.
  7. Sign in to your PMF application using the supplied PMF administrator ID pmfadmin. A form prompts you for the schema.

    Enter the schema name you created in the prior steps, along with the table and index tablespace names.

Procedure: How to Create a PMF Data Mart in Teradata

Note the following before performing the procedure:

  • It is recommended that schema names be composed of uppercase standard ANSI characters. Doing so helps avoid problems that might occur while running the PMF scripts.

To create a new data mart for PMF, perform the following steps:

  1. Create the new database in your Teradata environment using your standard toolset.
  2. Start your Teradata console.
  3. Create your Teradata owner name for the data mart. We recommend using PMF for simplicity, but you can use a different name if required for your standards.

    Important: It is recommended that you use uppercase standard ANSI characters to name this only.

  4. Open and edit the sqldbc.sql file located in the approot/pmfdbms/Create_Database folder on your system, and set the proper values for schema name variables. These values must be identical to those used in step 3. It is recommended that you use uppercase standard ANSI characters only.
  5. In the Teradata console session, run [ddl name].
  6. After completing the edits, run the DDL SQL script. This script creates and populates the new data mart with the minimum amount of data required to start using PMF.
  7. Using the WebFOCUS Server Administration Console, create and test your pmf_system connection to the database you just created.
  8. Using the WebFOCUS Server Administration Console, open your Server Tenant Profile. If you are in single-tenant mode (the default) the profile is pmf_base.prf. If you are in multi-tenant mode, see Installing PMF for Multi-Tenancy for details on how to identify your profile.

    Perform steps a and b:

    1. Ensure that the pmf_system connection is the default Teradata connection.
    2. Enter this code after your Teradata connection string:
      -SET &&PMF_OWNER_FOR_INSTALL_UPGRADE = ‘<schema_name>’;

      where:

      schema_name

      Is the name you chose in step 2.

      If this step is omitted, you will see the following image when you log into PMF for the first time.

      Note: If you upgrade to a new PMF release, this line must also be in your tenant profile.

    3. Finalize the connection setup for the adaptor needed in your User Profile on the WebFOCUS Reporting Server. This will be tenant-specific if you have a multi-tenant environment. It is recommended that you use the sample tenant profile delivered with PMF.
  9. Sign in to your PMF application using the supplied PMF Administrator ID pmfadmin. You are prompted for the schema.
  10. Enter the schema name you created in the prior steps.

Procedure: How to Create a PMF Data Mart in PostgreSQL

Note the following before performing the procedure:

Unless explicitly requested, PostgreSQL only uses lowercase schema names. If you specify a PostgreSQL schema using uppercase characters, they will be converted to lowercase. It is recommended that when you create your PostgreSQL schema you use only lowercase ANSI characters. You may create the PMF schema in an existing PostgreSQL database, but it is recommended that you use a dedicated database for better control and isolation.

To create a new data mart for PMF, perform the following steps:

  1. Start your PostgreSQL client program and connect to the RDBMS server. DB users typically use either the pgAdmin GUI toolkit or the SQL Shell (psql) command line tool.
  2. In the PostgreSQL session, if not already done, create your database/schema for the PMF data mart and the user that will be used to connect to the database. It is recommended you use pmf for the schema, but you can use a different name if required for your standards, or if required for Multi-Tenancy. Sample DDL to accomplish these tasks can be found in the sqlpstgr_env_defaults.sql file, which is located in the apps/pmfdbms/Create_Database folder in the standard PMF installation.
  3. Using any standard text editor, open the DDL file for creating the default databases. This file is called sqlpstgr.sql and is located in the apps/pmfdbms/Create_Database folder in the standard PMF installation. Change the &PMF_DB_OWNER to the schema you have just created. This script creates and populates the new data mart with the minimum amount of data required to start using PMF.

    Important: Do not put the schema name inside single or double quote marks.

  4. Once the changes are made, run the DDL SQL to create the database structures and ensure that no errors occurred. Note that if you are using the pgAdmin GUI tool, you must copy and paste the full DDL into the SQL Editor tool; you cannot directly open the file in the SQL due to limitations of the SQL Editor. If you do encounter errors, the most likely cause is access. Make sure that the ID you are using to run the DDL can create and drop procedures, tables, and views for the schema you created.
  5. Open the WebFOCUS Reporting Server Console for the Reporting Servers used for PMF. Double-check that an adapter connection called pmf_system has been set up for the PostgreSQL database in the tenant profile. If you are in single tenant mode, this will be pmf_base.prf. Test the connection and make sure that it is working before proceeding.
  6. Sign in to your PMF application using the supplied PMF administrator ID pmfadmin. A form prompts you for the schema. Enter the schema name, and click the Resynch PMF button.

Procedure: How to Create a PMF Data Mart in Information Builders HyperStage

Note the following before performing the procedure:

  • You will need to configure PMF for a split cube configuration. It is recommended you use HyperStage for the cube portion of PMF, and the underlying copy of MySQL on which HyperStage runs for the transactional component.
  • It is recommended that schema names be composed of uppercase standard ANSI characters. Doing so helps avoid problems that might occur while running the PMF scripts.

To create a new data mart for PMF, perform the following steps:

  1. Start MySQL Workbench and connect to the RDBMS server.
  2. In the MySQL Workbench session, create your MySQL schema name for the data mart. We recommend using PMF for simplicity, but you can use a different name if required for your standards, or if required for multi-tenancy.

    Important: It is recommended that you only use uppercase standard ANSI characters to name this schema.

  3. Create the new empty database with the defined schema name as the owner (recommended).
  4. Check over the DDL for creating the default databases and MySQL owner name (schema) can be found in the sqlmysql.sql file, which is located in the approot/pmfdbms/Create_Database folder in the standard PMF installation. Make any edits necessary. For example, you might need to change the schema name variable to the actual setting for your schema.
  5. Once changes are made, run the DDL SQL to create the database structure for the MySQL component. Ensure that no errors occur. If you do encounter errors, make sure your schema has DBO level access, or, at minimum, can create and destroy tables, views, and triggers for the database you created.
  6. Configure the adapter for PMF to point to the MySQL database instance. Test and burn in PMF to ensure that it works with MySQL standalone. If you encounter any errors, debug and fix them before proceeding.
  7. Start the HyperStage console, and connect to your HyperStage server.
  8. Open and edit the sqlhyp_cube.sql file located in the approot/pmfdbms/Create_Database folder on your system and set the proper values for the three environmental variables. It is recommended that you use upper standard ANSI characters only.
  9. After completing the edits, run the DDL SQL script. This script creates and populates the new data mart with the minimum amount of data required to start using PMF.
  10. Finalize the connection setup for the adapters needed in your User Profile on the WebFOCUS Reporting Server. This will be tenant specific if you have a multi-tenant environment. The typical configuration for the standard shipped PMF tenant in HyperStage split cube mode will look like the following:
    -SET &&PM_TNT_NAME_PRF = 'pmf_base' ;
    -SET &RDBMS_PRF      = 'sqlmysql' ;
    -SET &RDBMS_CUBE_PRF = 'sqlhyp' ;
    -SET &PMF_DB_SPLIT_MODE_PRF = 'ON' ;
      
    APP MAP pmfdata              "C:\ibi\apps\pmf_tenants\pmfdata"
    APP MAP pmfdata_tenant      
    "C:\ibi\apps\pmf_tenants\pmf_base\pmfdata_tenant"
      
    APP MAP pmfdb_system        
    "C:\ibi\apps\pmfdbms\pmfdb_system\pmfdb_system_&RDBMS_PRF"
    APP MAP pmfdb_system_tenant 
    "C:\ibi\apps\pmf_tenants\pmf_base\pmfdb_system\pmfdb_system_&RDBMS_PRF"
      
    APP MAP pmfdb_cube          
    "C:\ibi\apps\pmfdbms\pmfdb_cube\pmfdb_cube_&RDBMS_CUBE_PRF"
    APP MAP pmfdb_cube_tenant   
    "C:\ibi\apps\pmf_tenants\pmf_base\pmfdb_cube\pmfdb_cube_&RDBMS_CUBE_PRF"
      
    APP MAP pmf_custom_tenant   
    "C:\ibi\apps\pmf_tenants\pmf_base\pmfcustom"
      
    -SET &APP_PATH_START = 'pmf_custom_tenant pmf_custom' ;
    -SET &APP_PATH_CUBE  = IF (&PMF_DB_SPLIT_MODE_PRF EQ 'OFF') THEN ' '
    ELSE 'pmfdb_cube_tenant pmfdb_cube' ;
    -SET &APP_PATH_END   = 'pmfdata_tenant pmfdata pmfdb_system_tenant
    pmfdb_system mainstreet' ;
      
    APP PREPENDPATH &APP_PATH_START &APP_PATH_CUBE &APP_PATH_END
     
    -*  Followed by ENGINE statements
    ENGINE SQLMYSQL SET CONNECTION_ATTRIBUTES [connection attributes]
    ENGINE SQLHYP SET CONNECTION_ATTRIBUTES [connection attributes]

Information Builders