Connection Manager


The Connection page's behavior changes based on whether the user is selected to add or remove the Auditing Framework from the Action page.


  Adding the Auditing Framework: When adding the Auditing Framework, the Connection page allows users to choose the scope (project or package) and name for the connection manager.



1.   Project Scope: The Project Scope switch specifies whether you want the BI xPress Connection manager to be saved as a Project or Package Connection Manager

2.   Connection Manager Name: The Connection Manager Name textbox allows users the opportunity to specify a meaningful name for their BI xPress Connection Manager


  Removing the Auditing Framework: When removing the Auditing Framework, the Connection page allows users to provide the details regarding the scope (project or package) and name of the BI xPress connection manager that will be removed. If the packages use a project connection manager and parameters, it also provides users with the ability to not remove the project connection manager and parameters.



1.   Remove project level connection manager and parameters: This check box allows users to explicitly specify not to remove the BI xPress Project Connection Manager. This is important if the user is not removing the Auditing Framework from all of the packages within an ISPAC

2.   Project Scope: If the user specifies to remove connection managers and parameters, the Project Scope switch specifies whether Project or Package Connection Managers were used when initially applying the Auditing Framework to these packages

3.   Connection Manager Name: If the user specifies to remove connection managers and parameters, the Connection Manager Name textbox specifies the name of the Connection Manager that will be removed from each package.