Sample Files - trillium_quality - 17.2

Trillium Director User Guide

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Trillium Director User Guide
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Your Trillium Director installation provides the following types of sample files:

  • Fully deployed sample projects - These projects were created with the Control Center and were deployed as real time projects. Installation of these projects is optional. When you complete the installation described in the Trillium DQ Installation Guide, and the configuration described in your connector documentation, you can run the sample project to test your complete installation and configuration. Trillium Director SDK users can test their installation by running the SDK sample through the Project Rule Analyzer.

The sample projects are not a starting point for building your own projects. They are useful for verifying that the install was performed correctly and is working as expected, testing the connectivity between the Director and a client instance, and running API code samples that are included with the installation.

If installed, these fully deployed samples are located in:

Windows: C:\ProgramData\Trillium Software\MBSW\17\tsq\samples\projects


  • Project definition - The sample projects were created with the Control Center and were exported as project definitions. To become familiar with working with a real-time project, you can import the sample definition back into the Control Center.

Installation of project definitions is optional. If installed, they are located in:

Windows: C:\ProgramData\Trillium Software\MBSW\17\tsq\samples\projects\SampleProjectDefinitions

Linux: installDir/tsq/Software/samples/projects/SampleProjectDefinitions

To use a sample project definition file, you must import the project definition.

To import a project definition

  1. Open the Control Center.

  2. On the Develop bar, right-click the Projects tab and select Import Project.

  3. Use the default project name or enter a new name.

  4. Browse to select the project definition from the locations shown above.

  5. Select compressed for the type of source.

  6. Click Import.

  7. Click OK to submit a batch job to import the project and click Run Now to schedule the job.

  8. When you have finished modifying the sample project you can deploy it to real time as described in Creating Real-Time Projects.

  • Project Rule Analyzer sample files - These files are formatted for use with the sample Director project. They are located in:C:\Program Files\Common Files\Trillium Software\17\pra_templatesRefer to Using the Sample Files for information on how to use these files.

  • Country-specific data files - These files contain sample data formatted appropriately for each project type. Using these files, you can create entities to use as you become familiar with project creation. (These files are installed with the country templates you have purchased, regardless of whether or not you install the sample programs.)

Files formatted for Name and Address and Business Data projects (both batch and real-time) are located in:

C:\Program Files\Trillium Software\EDQ\17\tsq\Templates\cc_proj\data 

where cc is the country code, named ccinput.dat and ccbinput.dat, respectively.

Files formatted for SAP projects are located in:

C:\Program Files\Trillium Software\EDQ\17\tsq\Templates\cc_proj\sap_proj\data 

where cc is the country code.

To use these data files, create an entity using a TSQ data connection. The schema files are located in the \ddl directory at the same directory level as the \data directory. For Name and Address projects the input DDL is ccinput.ddx, where cc is the country code; for Business Data projects the input DDL is ccbinput.ddx, where cc is the country code; for SAP projects the input DDL is tranfrmr.ddx.