How to Deploy an Oracle Data Miner 11gR2 Workflow Model
By Charlie Berger-Oracle on Mar 29, 2011
You've been using Oracle Data Miner have explored your data, built and evaluated a few ODM models and now you would like to automate and or deploy your model(s). There are several options from the simple using the SQL Developer 3.0 with Oracle Data Miner extension GUI to the complex using the Oracle Data Mining APIs. Here are a few suggestions:
1. Using the SQL Developer 3.0/Oracle Data Miner GUI: First, any Oracle Data Miner workflow can be saved and shared with others for the simplist form of deployment.
Assuming that you have already built an ODM model, you can also right-mouse-click (rmc) on the Apply node and it offers options to deploy the code for that node as SQL scripts, etc. See screen shot.
Right mouse clicking on Data Transform node flows, will allow you to Create Lineage of all the upstream SQL steps which is useful for deploying your analytical methodology. I'm copying and pasting a bit from the ODM'r Help below.
Save SQL or SQL script for apply, create table, explore data, or model details. You can either copy to the Microsoft Windows Clipboard or save to a file. Deploy provides this choices:
- SQL to Clipboard
- SQL to File
- SQL script to Clipboard
- SQL script to File
The SQL that is saved consists of SQL generated by the current node and all of its parents that are data providers. The lineage ends when it encounters nodes that represent persisted items such as tables or models. See Executing Scripts for information about how to run the generated SQL.
If you run generated scripts using either SQL*Plus or SQL Worksheet and you prompt users for input, this command before the generated SQL:
set define off
You can either execute this new line separately before you execute the generated SQL or you can generate the new line along with the generated SQL.
2. Using the Oracle Data Mining APIs: As the ODM models are 1st class objects of the Database, you don't need to install the ODMr repository on the production machines. Instead, you can export the model(s) and associated tranforms to another instance and run them there.
See Oracle® Data Mining Application Developer's Guide 11g Release 2 (11.2)
Part Number E12218-05 documentation which further explains Scoring and Deployment
See Also: Oracle Data Mining Administrator's Guide for information about exporting and importing data mining models which details for example: