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RM Staff
RM Staff

Re: Rapidminer Server Webservice - Access-Control-Allow-Origin

Hi Steve,

 

we are still investigating the CORS problem. 

Nevertheless there are built-in solutions for special use cases, e.g. connect to a webservice from Tableau.

Here you would simply need to define the output format OData of a RapidMiner Server webservice and when connecting to this webservice from within Tableau you need to create an OData connection type with the URL of the webservice as source.

The only restriction is that the Output needs to be a RapidMiner ExampleSet.

Other RapidMiner Objects need to be converted. In addition to the built-in Operators there is e.g. the Converters extension available on the marketplace which contains more converters.

 

Best,

Edin

Learner I qbodart
Learner I

Re: Rapidminer Server Webservice - Access-Control-Allow-Origin

Am also interested in this topic. Thanks for updating this post as soon as a solution is available.

RM Staff
RM Staff

Re: Rapidminer Server Webservice - Access-Control-Allow-Origin

Hi @qbodart, @longy26, @steve_ware, @chinthiti_w,

 

With the upcoming release of RapidMiner Server v8 (currently in BETA), we provide the requested parameter settings.

 

 

  • Added com.rapidanalytics.security.x_frame_options property to allow administrators to disable embedding elements of RM Server into other websites
  • Added com.rapidanalytics.security.access_control_allow_origin and related properties to enable administrators to allow CORS. See documentation for more details about the new properties.

 

If you are interested in taking part of testing this BETA version you can find it here.

I will keep you posted when RapidMiner Server 8 is released.

 

Best regards,

Edin

 

 

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