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Pentaho Multi-tenancy

Question asked by Matheus Fortunato on Aug 2, 2018

I've tried to follow the documentation (Multi-Tenancy - Pentaho Documentation) but the way they did isn't exactly what I need, they still use only one repository. I'm trying to find a way to make the server use one repository for each tenant. Is that possible?

 

I've found some classes like: Tenant (Tenant (pentaho-platform-core 8.1.0.0-365 API)) and RepositoryTenantManager (RepositoryTenantManager (pentaho-platform-repository 8.1.0.0-365 API) ). The documentation about them is vague, are they used?

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