<property name="security-domain" value="custom-security" />
Virtual database properties
Defaults to `false for -vdb.xml deployments otherwise
false, Teiid will obtain metadata once for every launch of the virtual database.
true will save a file containing the metadata into the PROFILE/data/teiid directory.
query-timeout Sets the default query timeout in milliseconds for queries executed against this VDB.
0indicates that the server default query timeout should be used. Defaults to 0. Will have no effect if the server default query timeout is set to a lesser value. Note that clients can still set their own timeouts that will be managed on the client side.
lib Set to a list of modules for the vdb classpath for user defined function loading. For more information, see Support for User-Defined Functions (Non-Pushdown) in the Translator Development Guide.
security-domain Set to the security domain to use if a specific security domain is applicable to the VDB. Otherwise the security domain list from the transport will be used.
|An admin needs to configure a matching "custom-security" login module in standalone-teiid.xml configuration file before the VDB is deployed.|
connection.XXX For use by the ODBC transport and OData to set default connection/execution properties. For more information about related properties, see Driver Connection in the Client Developer’s Guide. Note these are set on the connection after it has been established.
CREATE DATABASE vdb OPTIONS ("connection.partialResultsMode" true);
<property name="connection.partialResultsMode" value="true" />
Authentication type of configured security domain. Allowed values currently are (GSS, USERPASSWORD). The default is set on the transport (typically USERPASSWORD).
Regular expression matched against the connecting user’s name that determines if USERPASSWORD authentication is used. password-pattern takes precedence over authentication-type. The default is authentication-type.
Regular expression matched against the connecting user’s name that determines if GSS authentication is used. gss-pattern takes precedence over password-pattern. The default is password-pattern.
Maximum number of sessions allowed for each user, as identified by the user name, of this VDB. No setting or a negative number indicates no per user max, but the session service max will still apply. This is enforced at each Teiid server member in a cluster, and not cluster wide. Derived sessions that are created for tasks under an existing session do not count against this maximum.
Used to override the visibility of imported vdb models, where model is the name of the imported model.
By default, PostgreSQL metadata is always added to VDB unless you set the property org.teiid.addPGMetadata to false. This property enables adding PG metadata per VDB. For more information, System Properties in the Administrator’s Guide. Please note that if you are using ODBC to access your VDB, the VDB must include PG metadata.
By default TTL expiration will be invalidating.
For more information, see Internal Materialization in the Caching guide.
Setting lazy-invalidate to
true will make TTL refreshes non-invalidating.
Effectively reserved. Will be set at deploy time by the server to the name of the server deployment.
Marks the schema as visible when the value is
true (the default setting).
visible flag is set to
false, the schema’s metadata is hidden from any metadata requests.
Setting the property to
false does not prohibit you from issuing queries against this schema.
For information about how to control access to data, see Data roles.
Sets the schema to multi-source mode, where the data exists in partitions in multiple different sources. It is assumed that metadata of the schema is the same across all data sources.
In a multi-source schema, an additional column that designates the partition is implicitly added to all tables to identify the source.
This property defines the name of that column, the type will be always
This flag specifies to add an implicit partition column to all the tables in this schema. A true value adds the column. Default is false.
Specifies a comma-separated list of programming languages that can be used for any purpose in the VDB.
Names are case-sensitive, and the list cannot include whitespace between entries.
allow-language Specifies that a role has permission to use a language that is listed in the
allowed-languagesproperty. For example, the
allow-languageproperty in following excerpt specifies that users with the role