Using the Global Policy feedAdded by IBM on May 19, 2011 | Version 1 (Original)
|You can create a feed from the policy statistics of a catalog object. The feed includes the number of requests that have been processed, the number of times one of the requests has been rejected because of a filter, and the percentage of requests that have failed.
You can create a feed from the policy statistics of a catalog object. The feed includes the number of requests that have been processed, the number of times one of the requests has been rejected because of a filter, and the percentage of requests that have failed.
Before you begin
To access the Global Policy feed, the following conditions must be met:
- Feed Policy Processing is enabled: Log in as an administrator and go to Settings -> Security -> Edit Feed Polices.
- Tracking is enabled: Go to Settings -> Object Statistics -> Statistics Settings.
- Rate limiting for the feed is enabled by the object's owner in the feed details section: Advanced -> Policies.
- The feed has been accessed at least one time.
About this task
The Global Policy feed is accessed from the View Object Statistics
- Go to Settings -> Object Statistics -> View Object Statistics.
- Click an object in the object list.
The Summary Statistics page for the object opens.
- In the Download Complete Data Set list, click Atom Feed.
This action runs the Tracked Data feed.
- View the page source.
The Global Policy feed will have a format like the following code:
- Copy the URL into a new browser window. For example:
- Optional: To use the Global Policy feed in the data mashup builder, register the feed:
- On the Home:Catalog page, click Create and select New Feed.
- Select Existing RSS or Atom Feed (Registration) from the list of data sources, and click Next.
- Enter the URL for the Global Policy feed.
- Select Basic authentication and provide the valid credentials.
The credentials must be a MashupHub user who has access to the Tracked Data feed. The access is controlled by the Owner Permissions that are set in the Statistics Settings page.
After you save the feed, you can use the registered feed in a data mashup.
Parent topic: MashupHub security