Imagine that you have a custom Dynamic Schema Processor in your BA Platform that is responsible for changing Mondrian schema every time an Analyzer Report is executed. For example we do it to apply some additional security layer. Now lets say you want to create a report in the Report Designer, publish it to the BA Server, but at the same time you would like to reuse the existing Dynamic Schema Processor to modify the data present in that report. In our case: to apply security restriction by limiting records that the user will see when he/she opens this report in BA Server.
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You have a Mondrian Schema uploaded to the BA Server and you would like to modify it in the run time. For instance in our project we change it for every user authenticated to the platform to apply security restrictions. This modification aims to limit records that users are able to see in reports based on that Mondrian Schema.
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In Mondrian 4 in Pentaho BA Server I explained how to create a datasource on top of Mondrian 4 Schema in the BA Server and later how to use it in Analyzer to create a basic report. The problem I could not overcome for a long time was how use a JNDI connection defined in tomcat inside a datasource definition. Luckily thanks to help given on Pentaho Forum I was finally able to solve the mystery.
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Should you be working with Pentaho CE (Community Edition) you will first have to enable the support of Mondrian 4 in your BI Server. As I am working with EE (Enterprise Edition, version 5.2) I will not be able to help you on this subject. However, the following article might be of some help: Mondrian 4, OSGi In Pentaho 5.1 CE. Once you have fullfilled all prerequisites or if you are using Enterprise Edition you are good to go.
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