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admin:odbc-server-create

admin:odbc-server-create(
   $config as element(configuration),
   $group-id as xs:unsignedLong,
   $appserver-name as xs:string,
   $root as xs:string,
   $port as xs:unsignedLong,
   $modules-id as item(),
   $database-id as xs:unsignedLong
) as element(configuration)

Summary

This function creates a new ODBC App Server with the specified name, root, and port in the configuration.

Parameters
$config A configuration specification, typically as returned from one of the Admin module functions.
$group-id The ID of the group to which the App Server belongs. Typically, this is the result of an admin:group-get-id call.
$appserver-name The name of the App Server. The name must be unique among the App Server names for the group.
$root The root of the App Server.
$port The port on which the App Server listens. The port must be available on the host.
$modules-id The ID of the modules database (for example, xdmp:database("Modules")). To specify the filesystem, use 0 or "file-system"
$database-id The ID of the database (for example, xdmp:database("myDatabase")).

Required Privileges

This operation requires at least one of the following privileges:

http://marklogic.com/xdmp/privileges/admin/group-security

http://marklogic.com/xdmp/privileges/admin/group-security/{id}

Example


  xquery version "1.0-ml";

  import module namespace admin = "http://marklogic.com/xdmp/admin"
		  at "/MarkLogic/admin.xqy";

  let $config := admin:get-configuration()
  let $groupid := admin:group-get-id($config, "myGroup")
  return
  admin:odbc-server-create($config, $groupid, "odbcServer",
       "/space/mycode", 5432, 0, xdmp:database("myDatabase") )

  (: Creates and new ODBC App Server and returns the new configuration element --
     use admin:save-configuration to save the changes to the configuration or pass
     the configuration to other Admin API functions to make other changes.  :)
     

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