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We experienced that local customers especially customer with executives titles would prefer a local language based CP4D. Usually, their customer target is local customer. A local language is preferable in this situation.
Our customer really requests (requires) support for rich text formatting with support for attaching images and video files. This is very important for transferring data to CP4D from other information systems.
Some users need to be unable to create analytical projects.
We have customers who want to create as many analysis projects as they need, under proper management, and are concerned that the number of analysis projects will become disorganized and unmanageable.
Since the current specification allows any user...
In-built CP4D Cloudera Impala connector should allow for custom JDBC parameters
When creating a connection and selecting the cloudera impala connector, the form used to configure the connection does not allow for JDBC parameters to be added at the end of the jdbc connection string, e.g. jdbc:impala://<HOST>:<PORT>...
When a user logs into the application they are currently presented with a CP4D log in screen. This screen must allow customization so that it can be white labeled/branded. This allows customers/partners to change the look.
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