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Metadata table setting and/or database role to activate Metadata Explorer in Administrator mode

Comments: 5 - Last Comment by Bruce Newfelt on Oct 12, 2018   Comment Filter:
Posted on Oct 8, 2018
 
 

Hi Folks,

I've been away too long.  Can anyone help an old gtecher with getting Metadata Explorer active using Gtech Administrator.  I have the developer user defined with the Administrator role and the GFrammeCommand.MetadataExplorer g3e_roleassociation set to Administrator, but the Metadata Explorer selection is not active on the Administrative tab.   Thanks in advance.

Bruce Newfelt

 

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RE: Metadata table setting and/or database role to activate Metadata Explorer in Administrator mode
Posted on Oct 9, 2018 in response to: Bruce Newfelt
 
   
 

Hi Bruce,

Perhaps resetting the usermenus ("C:\Program Files (x86)\Intergraph\GTechnology\Program\RemoveUserMenus.exe") will solve the problem.

Regards

Kim

RE: Metadata table setting and/or database role to activate Metadata Explorer in Administrator mode
Posted on Oct 9, 2018 in response to: rosenbergseas
 
   
 

Thanks Kim.  I'll give that a shot.

RE: Metadata table setting and/or database role to activate Metadata Explorer in Administrator mode
Posted on Oct 9, 2018 in response to: Bruce Newfelt
 
   
 

Are you looging into an Administrative License G/Tech Account?

We have seperate Designer License Acounts and Administrative License Accounts, with seperate logins.

I have to log in as an Administrator into the Administrative License Account to access Admistrative tools such as Metadata Explorer.

RE: Metadata table setting and/or database role to activate Metadata Explorer in Administrator mode
Posted on Oct 9, 2018 in response to: bobmoore_1
 
   
 

Hi Bob,

Thanks for your reply.  Yes, I'm definitely using the Administrator License when trying to get this particular configuration to allow me to use Metadata Explorer.  I have used another configuration/schema user (same client) to get Metadata Explorer active, but this particular configuration/schema is being stubborn.  I double checked using the lmutil to make sure I was using the Adminstrator license.

 

RE: Metadata table setting and/or database role to activate Metadata Explorer in Administrator mode
Posted on Oct 12, 2018 in response to: Bruce Newfelt
 
   
 

For those interested in the solution to this.  I didn't pay close enough attention to the G3E_LOCATION field in the G3E_DATACONNECTION metadata table.  The configuration to use with the developer user (G3E_TYPE=1) is named there and I was signing on to the wrong configuration.


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