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Max Log Size and Number of Logs parameters in Modeler Server
Modeler Server logs (server_logging.log) continue to grow until they are of unmanageable size to open. Having a parameter to set the max log size before a new log is begun would be very useful.Also a parameter to set the number or prior log f...
I would like to use @SUM function in Aggregate Expressions
Total, average, etc. can aggregate several items at once in the summary field.However. Other aggregations must be added one by one at the Derive node.This is very inefficient.Also, if you use the sum field, you can not decide the field name of the...
Our team is working on product Association. We wish to see all the possible association between product. We are using CARMA node with as minimal support 0 and minimal confidence 1%.The minimal value of the parameter are hard coded so we can't take...
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