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2 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 2 of 14 Table of Contents Overview... 3 Introduction to STATISTICA Enterprise... 3 Object Types Overview... 4 Accessing and Programming the STATISTICA Enterprise Object Model... 5 Application vs. Library... 5 Security... 5 Logging on to STATISTICA Enterprise... 6 Connecting to the Existing Application... 6 Interfacing with STATISTICA Enterprise... 7 Creating a Monitor Service... 7 Retrieving a Monitor ID... 8 Obtaining the Run Status of an Analysis Configuration... 9 Executing a Monitor Retrieving Monitor Results Deleting Analysis Configurations That Have Been Run Disconnecting the Monitor Service Monitor Run Options... 12
3 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 3 of 14 Overview This is a step by step example of STATISTICA Enterprise programming, with the ultimate goal of being able to run an existing Analysis Configuration. While each step is broken down into individual segments, each is required and is listed in the order needed. This document assumes familiarity with general STATISTICA programming. Getting Started with STATISTICA Programming is a good primer, ming.pdf. Introduction to STATISTICA Enterprise STATISTICA Enterprise is an enterprise wide, multi user, role based, secure, thin/thick clientserver, administered/guided analytics platform.
4 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 4 of 14 The STATISTICA Enterprise platform is built with the latest Microsoft compilers, to run on the Microsoft desktop and server platforms. It: Implements all standard interfaces: o Built from 14,000+COM functions; all capabilities are (first) available via comprehensive API o All data access, data preparation, ETL, graphics, analytics, and data mining functionality is accessible via comprehensive API o Can be accessed via.net (Interop layer) o Can be accessed via COM, command line, Excel, etc. Database access via: o OLEDB, ODBC o API Interfaces (e.g., Oracle, for write back) Security is inherited via: o NT security (ActiveDirectory) o Hooks provided into API to implement other security options, methods Object Types Overview STATISTICA Enterprise provides object architecture to manage users, database connections, data configuration, analysis configurations, reports, dashboards, etc. Granular permissions can be created for specific users to provide access only to specific objects in this object hierarchy (specific databases, queries, analysis configurations, reports, etc.)
5 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 5 of 14 Accessing and Programming the STATISTICA Enterprise Object Model STATISTICA Enterprise can be accessed through: Simple command line interface (e.g., statist.exe /Runmacro=xxx.svb) Programming interface (COM interface) o Type library o From scripting language o Compiled programs C++ (adding a reference).net (adding a reference, using.net COM interop) MS PowerShell WebServices; calling to a server through SOAP/WebServices interface, using WSDL to describe specific interfaces. (NOTE, this can be used to offload calculations on the server) Application vs. Library There are two ways to invoke STATISTICA: Application o STATIST.EXE process (out of process) o Allowed from all versions o Cross process calls can take more time o Process isolation STATISTICA problems do not affect calling application Library o stalib32.dll process (in process) o In process call can be faster o In process can affect application Security STATISTICA Enterprise integrates with Active Directory security. The security model allows for separate permissions to create data connections and queries, and to use the data returned by the queries. Users do not require permissions to databases; queries run with database admin
6 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 6 of 14 credentials. There are separate permissions to specific parts of the system view, specific analysis templates, reports, etc. Logging on to STATISTICA Enterprise The first step to using STATISTICA Enterprise via automation is to log on to the system, just as you would through the interface. On Enterprise installations, it is necessary to pass STATISTICA your workstation login information when creating a STATISTICA.Application object. Calling the function STATISICA.Application.SWSInfo immediately after declaring your Application object enables you to do this. STATISICA.Application.SWSInfo can accept your user name, password, workstation, and ODBC connection string, although only the first parameter is required. The following example demonstrates how to create a STATISTICA instance in Visual Basic on an Enterprise system: Sub Main Dim x As New STATISTICA.Application x.swsinfo("isabellem", "IsabellesPassword", _ "FloorStation7","DSN=SEWSS;UID=;PWD=;") End Sub NOTE: If STATISTICA Enterprise is not installed, the call to SWSInfo will simply be ignored. Connecting to the Existing Application To connect to the application object, we will need to create and initialize a CssSPC object. Step 1. Include the necessary references. From within STATISTICA, activate the macro to be used. On the Edit tab in the Tools group, click References. In the References dialog, select (check for inclusion) the SPC 1.0 Type Library (1.0) check box, and click OK. Step 2. In the active macro, type the following: Dim ospc As SPCLib.CssSPC Set ospc = Application.Parm2Ex(2039) Now, let s examine the code so that we can better understand what is occurring. Dim ospc As SPCLib.CssSPC Here, we have created an identifier that will be used to reference the CssSPC object located in the SPCLib library. Set ospc = omystatistica.parm2ex(2039) In this line, we have initialized the SPC object by binding it to the current instance of the existing STATISTICA Application. Notice that no login information was included because we are using an existing application object.
7 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 7 of 14 Interfacing with STATISTICA Enterprise Now that we have a connection to the application, we need to instantiate a working instance of the object manager, which is the interface to the Enterprise repository and Enterprise configuration, and associate our instance of STATISTICA to the object manger. Step 1. Include the necessary references. The ObjectManager class is located in the SWLSPCExtension library, so we will need to include this reference in order to utilize it. From within STATISTICA, activate the macro to be used. On the Edit tab in the Tools group, click References. In the References dialog, select (check for inclusion) the STATISTICA SPC Extension 1.0 Object Library (1.0) check box. Step 2. In the active macro, type the following (after the code entered from above): Dim oobjman As New SWLSpcExtension.ObjectManager oobjman.reconnect(ospc) Now let s examine the code so that we can better understand what is occurring. Dim oobjman As New SWLSpcExtension.ObjectManager Here, we have instantiated a working instance of an "Object Manager." The "Object Manager" is, essentially, the interface to the STATISTICA Enterprise repository. oobjman.reconnect(ospc) Now we are associating our instance of the STATISTICA application to the Object Manager by reconnecting using information contained within the ospc object, which was previously bound to our instance of STATISTICA. Creating a Monitor Service Keeping in mind that our ultimate goal is to run an existing Analysis Configuration, our next step is to create a monitor service using the current session information. To accomplish this, we will need to use some information stored in our ospc object. Step 1. Include the necessary references. The Monitor Service creator and the monitor service classes are located in the SWLMonitorService Library. We will need to include the appropriate reference in order to utilize these classes. From within STATISTICA, activate the macro to be used. On the Edit tab in the Tools group, click References. In the References dialog, select (check for inclusion) the STATISTICA SPC Monitor Service 1.0 Object Library (1.0) check box. Step 2. In the active macro, type the following (after the code entered from above): Dim omonservcreator As New_ SWLMonitorService.MonitorServiceCreator
8 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 8 of 14 Dim omonservice As SWLMonitorService.MonitorService Set omonservice = _ omonservcreator.currentserviceex(application) Now let s examine the code so that we can better understand what is occurring. Dim omonservcreator As New _ SWLMonitorService.MonitorServiceCreator Here, we are instantiating a working instance of the MonitorServiceCreator, which we later use to create a new monitor service. Dim omonservice As SWLMonitorService.MonitorService In this line, we are creating an identifier that will later reference a MonitorService object. Set omonservice = _ omonservcreator.currentserviceex(application) Now we are utilizing the CurrentServiceEx function to create our monitor service, connecting into the Enterprise instance currently attached to the application. If there is not a current MonitorService object, this call will create one. Retrieving a Monitor ID Note: In the past, Analysis Configurations were referred to as Monitors, and the object model refers to them as Monitors for backward compatibility reasons. Now that we have monitor service, let s find a specific Analysis Configuration to execute. In order to execute an Analysis Configuration and to perform various other operations, we need to obtain its ID. There are many different ways to determine which Analysis Configuration we want to retrieve an ID for; however, in this example, we will determine the ID by looking for a specific type of Analysis Configuration and executing the first Analysis Configuration that we encounter. The type of Analysis Configuration we will be searching for is an IQC Monitor. Step1. In the active macro, type the following (after the code entered from above): Dim lmonid As Long For Each Monitor In oobjman.monitors If Monitor.Type = swciqcmonitor Then lmonid = Monitor.ID Exit For End if Next Monitor If we look at the code line by line, we can closely examine what is occurring For Each Monitor In oobjman.monitors
9 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 9 of 14 Here, we are looping through the monitors (Analysis Configurations) collection located in the object manager. If Monitor.Type = swciqcmonitor Then If the monitor type is an IQC monitor, we will obtain that Analysis Configuration s ID and store it into our lmonid variable and then exit the for loop. lmonid = Monitor.ID Exit For End if Next Monitor This continues the loop until we find an IQC monitor. Obtaining the Run Status of an Analysis Configuration Now that we have obtained a specific Analysis Configuration, we need to check the run status for our specific Analysis Configuration. Step 1. In the active macro type the following (after the code entered from above): Dim omonrunstat As SWLMonitorService.MonitorRunStatus On Error Resume Next Set omonrunstat = omonservice.monitorrunstatus(lmonid) On Error GoTo 0 Let s examine the code in detail so that we can gain a better understanding of what is occurring. Dim omonrunstat As SWLMonitorService.MonitorRunStatus Here, we have created an identifier to reference our MonitorRunStatus object. On Error Resume Next The system remembers which Analysis Configurations are currently running; it may be that the Analysis Configuration we have chosen is already executing in the STATISTICA application. If this is true, we need to ReRun the monitor rather than execute a new one. In this case, we need to look up to see if there is an existing MonitorRunStatus object for this Analysis Configuration. If there is not one, the call will return an error. This is handled by the On Error Resume Next; on error, it will just execute the next statement, and our object will be empty. Set omonrunstat = omonservice.monitorrunstatus(lmonid) We now obtain the monitor run status object for our specific Analysis Configuration by utilizing the MonitorRunStatus function of our omonrunstat object. If the Analysis
10 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 10 of 14 Configuration is already present, this will return the current MonitorRunStatus object; otherwise, it returns an error that is handled by the On Error Resume Next/On Error Goto 0 pair. The MonitorRunStatus function accepts one parameter, which can be either a monitor ID or a spreadsheet object; for our example we have used the monitor ID we obtained in the proceeding step. The MonitorRunStatus function returns a MonitorRunStatus object, which we have assigned to our omonrunstat identifier. On Error GoTo 0 This returns the error processing back to the default. Executing a Monitor Now that we have obtained the run status of our monitor, we are ready to execute the monitor. This can be accomplished with the following: Step 1. In the active macro, type the following (after the code entered from above): If Not(oMonRunStat Is Nothing) Then omonrunstat.rerun Else Set omonrunstat = omonservice.runmonitor(lmonid,) End If OMonRunStatus.WaitForComplete If our OMonRunStat is not Nothing, we know that a MonitorRunStatus already exists for our Analysis Configuration, and we will simply rerun the existing monitor run status. omonrunstat.rerun If our omonrunstat is Nothing, we know that no monitor run status exists for our Analysis Configuration, so we need to run the Analysis Configuration using omonservice.runmonitor, which returns a monitor run status object, which is assigned to our omonrunstat identifier. Let s look at the RunMonitor function in more detail. The RunMonitor function has two parameters. The first parameter is the ID of the Analysis Configuration (Monitor) to be executed; in our example we passed the monitor ID. The second parameter is optional and accepts a MonitorRunOption. These represent options that are applied to the monitor when it is executed. These options will be covered in a later section. OMonRunStatus.WaitForComplete The Analysis Configuration is run asynchronously, meaning we can do other things in the SVB code while the Analysis Configuration is running. Since we want to processes the results, we need to wait for the Analysis Configuration to complete. This call will wait until the Analysis Configuration finishes before continuing.
11 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 11 of 14 Retrieving Monitor Results We have now executed our Analysis Configuration, and we want to access the results via automation. Step 1. In the active macro, type the following (after the code entered from above): Dim oiqcresults As IQCResult Dim odata As Spreadsheet Dim ograph As Graph Set oiqcresults = omonrunstat.result Set odata = oiqcresults.data odata.visible = True If (oiqcresults.outputs.count > 0) Then Set ograph = oiqcresults.outputs(1) ograph.visible = True End If In this example, we executed an IQC monitor so we know that there is an input data set and at least one output graph. In some instances, more output might be produced and it might be necessary to loop through in order to access all of the outputs. Let s examine the code line by line. In the following lines, we are creating identifiers to access objects we will need to retrieve the results. Dim oiqcresults As IQCResult Dim odata As Spreadsheet Dim ograph As Graph The results of the Analysis Configuration are stored in an IQC results object that is accessible through the MonitorRunStatus.Result property. In the following line, we assign the result to our IQCResult object. Set oiqcresults = omonrunstat.result Now we can access our input data set using the Data property of the IQCResults class and assign it to our spreadsheet identifier. Set odata = oiqcresults.data odata.visible = True The IQC outputs created by the IQC analysis are also accessible through the IQCResults class in the form of a collection. We access the collection by first checking to see if there are any results, and then using the line oiqcresults.outputs(1), which in our example returns
12 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 12 of 14 the first graph produced by our IQC analysis. Note that if we had modified our analysis to produce spreadsheets and graphs as outputs, we would need to check the type of each item so that we could correctly assign it. Deleting Analysis Configurations That Have Been Run Now that we are finished with our Analysis Configuration, we want to delete the objects created when we ran it. Step 1. omonrunstat.delete This deletes our current Analysis Configuration objects from the run status. Note that the monitor still exists in STATISTICA Enterprise; it is just being deleted from the MonitorRunStatus. Disconnecting the Monitor Service Now that we are finished, the last thing we want to do is disconnect our monitor service. Step 1. omonservice.disconnect This disconnects the monitor service. Monitor Run Options Let s look at the options that can be applied to an Analysis Configuration when it is executed, how we apply these options, and what they do. The MonitorRunOption class is located in the SWLMonitorService library; we included this reference in one of the steps above to use the monitor service options. To include the reference, do the following: From within STATISTICA, activate the macro to be used. On the Edit tab in the Tools group, click References. In the References dialog, select (check for inclusion) the STATISTICA SPC Monitor Service 1.0 Object Library (1.0) check box. Step 1. Create a working object instance of the MonitorRunOption. Dim omonrunoption As New SWLMonitorService.MonitorRunOption Step 2. Specify options using the MonitorRunOption.Add method. The add method accepts two parameters. The first parameter is the name of the option to be applied, and the second parameter is the value to be applied for that option. For example:
13 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 13 of 14 omonrunoption.add("runquiet", True) Let s examine each of the MonitorRunOptions parameters in further detail. omonrunoption.add("runquiet", boolean) "RunQuiet executes the Analysis Configuration without requiring user intervention. The value for this property is a boolean value. If True, the RunQuiet option is applied. omonrunoption.add("disableautotransfer", boolean) "DisableAutoTransfer" disables the automatic updating ability of an Analysis Configuration. The value for this option is a boolean value. If True, the DisableAutoTranser option is applied. omonrunoption.add("criteriasourcefile", FilePath) "CriteriaSourceFile" allows the Analysis Configuration to use criteria stored in an.ini file. The value for the second parameter is a file path to the.ini file. omonrunoption.add("maxsample", MaxNumber) "MaxSample sets the maximum number of samples for an IQC Analysis Configuration. The value for the second parameter is the maximum number of samples to be used. omonrunoption.add("maxiqcproject", MaxNumber) "MaxIQCProject" sets the maximum number of IQC projects for the Analysis Configuration. The value for the second parameter is the maximum number of IQC projects. MonRunOption.Add("MaxCrosstabColumn", MaxCrosstabColumn) "MaxCrosstabColumn" sets the maximum number of crosstab columns that can be created. The value for the second parameter is the maximum number of crosstab columns. MonRunOption.Add("TargetSpreadsheetFileName", FilePath) "TargetSpreadsheetFileName" overrides the spreadsheet file name by specifying a new file name or disables the saving of the spreadsheet by specifying "NoFile". The value for the second parameter is a string, either the file name to be used or "NoFile", to disable the saving of the spreadsheet. MonRunOption.Add("AllowSaveIQCSpec", boolean) "AllowSaveIQCSpec" allows the IQC specs to be saved into the STATISTICA Enterprise database. The value for the second parameter is a boolean value. If true is used, the specs will be saved in the STATISTICA Enterprise database; if False, they will not be saved. MonRunOption.Add("DataOnly", boolean) "DataOnly" extracts only the data from the Analysis Configuration. No IQC projects or SVB
14 Getting Started with STATISTICA Enterprise Programming Page 14 of 14 programs are executed. The value for the second parameter is a boolean value; if True is used, only the data will be extracted when the Analysis Configuration is executed. MonRunOption.Add("SetName", SetName) "SetName" allows a set name to be specified. The second parameter is a string value representing the set name to be used. MonRunOption.Add("RunSVBVisibly", boolean) "RunSVBVisibly" allows the user to specify whether SVB programs are visible when executed. The second parameter is a boolean value. If True is specified, the SVB will be executed in visible mode. If False, the SVB will not be visible. MonRunOption.Add("Force_Display_SQLCriteria_Dialog_If_Requi red_fields_need_values", boolean) "Force_Display_SQLCriteria_Dialog_If_Required_Fields_Need_Values" if a required field needs a value (filtering), the SQL Criteria dialog will be displayed. The second parameter for this option is a boolean value. MonRunOption.Add("ForceRunNewDataMacro", boolean) "ForceRunNewDataMacro" forces the SVB code associated with automatic updates to be executed, even if automatic updating is disabled. The second parameter for this option is a boolean value. MonRunOption.Add("Debug", boolean) "Debug" allows information to be written to the log file. The second parameter for this option is a boolean value.
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