The Job in this scenario writes new values in the Sales cube given as demo in the Demo database installed with Palo.
To replicate this scenario, proceed as follows:
Drop tFixedFlowInput and tPaloOutputMulti from the component Palette onto the design workspace.
Right-click tFixedFlowInput to open its contextual menu.
In this menu, select Row > Main to connect this component to tPaloOutputMulti.
Double-click the tFixedFlowInput component to open its Component view.
Click the three-dot button to open the schema editor.
In the schema editor, click the plus button to add 7 rows and rename them respectively as Products, Regions, Months, Years, Datatypes, Measures and Values. The order of these rows must be consistent with that of the corresponding dimensions in the Sales cube and the type of the Value column where the measure value resides is set to double/Double.
Click OK to validate the editing and accept the propagation prompted by the dialog box that pops up. Then the schema column labels display automatically in the Value table under the Use single table check box, in the Mode area.
In the Value table, type in values for each row in the Value column. In this example, these values are: Desktop L, Germany, Jan, 2009, Actual, Turnover, 1234.56.
Double-click tPaloOutputMulti to open its Component view.
In the Server Port field, type in the listening port number of the Palo server. In this scenario, it is 7777.
In the Username field and the Password field, type in the authentication information. In this example, both of them are admin.
In the Database field, type in the database name in which you want to create the cube, Demo in this example.
In the Cube field, type in the name of the cube you want to write data in, for example, Sales.
In the Cube type field, select the Normal type from the drop-down list for the cube to be created, meaning this cube will be normal and default.
In the Measure Value field, select the Measure element. In this scenario, select Value.