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Integrating Spotfire Professional Client with S+

Last post Wed, Aug 8 2012 10:28 AM by Dan White. 1 replies.
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  • Sat, Apr 21 2012 6:06 PM

    • kubera
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    Integrating Spotfire Professional Client with S+

    I have successfully installed Spotfire Server 3.3.3, Webplayer 4.0.2 and integared it wih Spotfire Professional Client 4.0.2. That all works fine.

    Then  I installed, S+ 8.2.0 client and Statistics Services 3.3.0 and Statistics Services Local Adapter 3.3.0. They individually work fine and verified. However I have two questions.

     1) How does  S+ 8.2.0 client communicate with Statistics Services 3.3.0? Is it through Statistics Services Local Adapter? Where in S+ 8.2.0 client do I specify that there is a Stats Service out there?

     2) How does Spotfire 4.0.2 client communicate with the Stats Services or S+? What configuration do I need to make on Spotfire Client/Server side to enable it to be Stats Ready?

     Thanks

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  • Wed, Aug 8 2012 10:28 AM In reply to

    Re: Integrating Spotfire Professional Client with S+

    The easiest way to deploy code and remotely execute functions from S+ client to Statistics Services is to use the S+ Workbench (Eclipse-based) IDE. There is a Statistics Services view in there, where you can register your Stats Services instances, and then submit and monitor jobs.

     To execute an S+ function from Spotfire Pro, you need to use the Register Data Function dialog. There, you can paste in a script, wire up the inputs and outputs from Spotfire to the script, and then various user interactions can automatically trigger recalculation of the S+ data function.

     The Local Adapter is for local prototyping, e.g., if you want to test a new version of a custom S+ package before deploying it to Stats Services. In this case, you might need to tweak your S+ script, or perhaps you don't want to disrupt other working applications in your organization. You can prototype and test locally with the Local Adapter (connects Spotfire Pro directly to a local instance of S+), and then deploy once you've verified the functionality.

     

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