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JRS has option to add other Data Sources, Can this data source be Mongo DB ?

vijayakumar ramesh (1173760) | asked Sep 10 '15, 2:55 a.m.
I know that we can add external data sources to JRS over which we can report. I am interested to know is it capable of supporting Mongo DB. I guess it can support MySQL or any relational data base easily if not please comment what  kind of data sources it can support.

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Dusko Misic (1961) | answered Sep 10 '15, 11:33 a.m.
JRS only supports Data Warehouse and LQE as data sources. LQE is currently supported as Tech Preview (JRS 6.0). For Data Warehouse only CLM supported databases are supported by JRS. Those are Derby, DB2 (including i and z flavors in JRS 6.0), Oracle, and MS SQL Server (exact version are available through info center). Mongo DB is not supported.

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Ralph Schoon (63.1k33646) | answered Sep 10 '15, 4:13 a.m.
edited Sep 10 '15, 4:13 a.m.
As already answered in this is not possible as far as I know. This feature is to allow to add other Jazz applications e.g. registered to a different JTS as data source.

vijayakumar ramesh commented Sep 10 '15, 5:00 a.m. | edited Sep 10 '15, 5:02 a.m.

As far as I am aware, today JRS does only access the data sources provided by Jazz application.
"The built in reporting for RTC and its data collection jobs will only report over the content of the data warehouse. There are no data collection jobs that would pull data from external data sources."
With respect to this above comment
In this agree with you for JRS , that it works only with Jazz applications which are registered.
But with respect to built reporting in RTC, when we have seperate Data base which will have its seperate, Data update Jobs (psuedo scenario) running and updating it.So I create BIRT report template over that and deploy it in RTC. so I expect it should be able to create reports over this  external database as report template will have all details of database. I am not understanding why it wouldn't be possible technically ? 

Ralph Schoon commented Sep 10 '15, 5:11 a.m.

This is pure speculation, as there is no description how to create your own data warehouse DB, how the schema has to look like, how the data is provided and which interface would be required in order for the reporting service to access it.

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