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Overview of BIX extractions in on-premises environments

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Pega Business Intelligence Exchange (BIX) extracts application class data from your on-premises Pega Platform environment.

After enabling the BIX ruleset for your on-premises application, you can extract application class data manually through the Extract rule, through the Job Scheduler rule, or through the command-line interface. When you run extracts in an on-premises environment, note the following:

  • CSV, XML, manifests, and DDL files are sent to a directory local to your application server.
  • Database extracts require providing your database administrator (DBA) a DDL file required to format external database tables.

For more information about running an BIX extract in on-premises applications, see Running BIX extractions in on-premises environments.

  • Running BIX extractions in on-premises environments

    Pega Business Intelligence Exchange (BIX) extracts application class data from your on-premises Pega Platform environment. Business Intelligence Exchange (BIX) extracts for on-premises applications are available to run through an Extract rule, Job Scheduler rule, or command-line interface.

  • Understanding BIX command-line extractions

    After creating a Business Intelligence Exchange (BIX) Extract rule in Pega Platform, you can directly call the ExtractImpl Java class from the Pega Platform distribution directories to run an BIX extraction process from the command line. Running a BIX extraction process from the command line allows for running an extraction process without requiring the use of Pega Platform to run the process.

  • BIX parameters and command-line arguments

    When running Business Intelligence Exchange (BIX) from a Pega Platform Job Scheduler rule, or the command-line, you can input various parameters to filter what is extracted from your application.

  • Troubleshooting BIX for on-premises environments

    When you run a Business Intelligence Exchange (BIX) extraction process from a Pega Platform Extract rule, a Pega Platform Job Scheduler rule, or the command-line, learn to recognize the most common errors in the extraction process in on-premises environments. Refer to the following tables to troubleshoot the root causes and resolve or prevent problems with extractions.

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