Posts Tagged ‘Schema’

AEM Assets Series: Understanding AEM Metadata Schemas

Metadata is defined as data that provides information about other data. In AEM, metadata is used to describe assets and content for information purposes, findability and delivery. Simple examples might be the title of a photograph, shot date, and photographer. AEM allows the grouping of metadata using Metadata Schemas. These schemas can be applied at […]

How to Create Gather Statistics Procedure in ODI

Gathering Statistics of a database schema before executing an ODI load plan will improve performance by helping the Optimizer to select optimal execution plan by referring to latest statistics, instead of stale statistics. We can gather statistics of Oracle database schema at a scheduled time of day using the DBMS_SCHEDULER and DBMS_AUTO_TASK_ADMIN packages, However, if […]

DataPower’s handling of RESTful services via JSON

In the IBM DataPower world, JSON is the representational format used by the RESTful façade exposed by the appliance. Starting with firmware version 3.8, there has been a gradual increase in the number of ways that JSON payload is handled. DataPower services that will handle and process JSON messages include: Multi-Protocol Gateway (MPGW) XML Firewall Web […]

Interoperability and PMML

If you work within the rapidly expanding analytics space, you will need to think about defining and sharing statistical models between applications. PMML (or Predictive Model Markup Language) is an XML-based language developed by the Data Mining Group (DMG) for this purpose. I’d like to pass on some of the essentials: The Basics PMML provides […]