Configuration of the system involves connecting to different types of data sources, the approval process for gems and slicers and other IT system setup related tasks.
The default security model after installation is anonymous. If you would like to change this to one of the other security models, please refer to the security section of the Administration console.
If you need more information on different security models and their implications please refer to the Security section.
pcMobile uses XMLA to access cubes. To access your own cubes you have to configure your cubes for XMLA. How to do that differs for different cube vendors.
A common problem for Microsoft OLAP Pumps is that the default values for queue handling in IIS is not appropriate for this type of usage. Look here how to change, FAQ #13.
After that, in pcMobile Admin UI, go to the Data source Tab and add your data source(s) by right mouse clicking on the top node then entering the url to your cube(s) (for example http://olap.performancecanvas.com/olap2005an/msmdpump.dll) explode the tree and check the cube(s) you want available. Enter name and security context for each cube in the right pane. Our Microsoft demo cubes are configured with anonymous access to the cube. This is achieved by configuring the OLAP pump with anonymous access and giving the NT account used for anonymous access read access to the cube.
Don't forget that the data sources need to be named in a way that is easy to understand for your business users!
Read more about this in the Administration console, data sources reference documentation.
After gaining access to your data the next steps are to
To let more people in your organization access the Canvases, Gems and Slicers you've built, you need to go through the approval process (requires approval admin priviliges). This is performed in the Administration console.