Installing WSO2 IS Analytics
The procedure for installing Take the following steps to install WSO2 IS Analytics is the same as that for . Because this procedure is identical to installing WSO2 Data Analytics Server . Therefore, for detailed information about supporting applications, installing in different operating systems, starting and running the product etc., see the Installation Guide in WSO2 Data Analytics Server documentation.(DAS), these steps take you to the DAS documentation for details.
- Ensure that you have met the installation prerequisites.
- . Go to the installation instructions relevant to your operating system:
Running WSO2 Analytics - Identity Server
To enable publishing statistics for WSO2 Identity Server in WSO2 Analytics - IS, the following listeners should be enabled in the
|Purpose||This is the common event listener for all the types of Analytics supported for WSO2 IS. This listener captures all the statistics sent to WSO2 IS Analytics as events, and redirects them to the relevant listener based on their type. Therefore, this listener is required to enable both session analytics and login analytics.|
This listener should be enabled if you want to analyze statistics relating to logins attempted via WSO2 IS. For more information about this type of analytics, see the following sections.
|Purpose||This listener should be enabled if you want to analyze statistics for specific sessions in WSO2 IS Analytics. A session is a time duration between a successful login and and the subsequent log out by a specific user. For more informations about this type of Analytics, see Analyzing Statistics for Sessions.|
Configuring event publishers
The common properties that can be configured for event publishers in the files mentioned above are as follows.
Configuration file property
The URL of the target receiver to which IS related information is sent as events. The format of the URL is as follows.
The URL of the authenticator. The format of the authenticator URL is as follows.
The username of the listener.
|Password||A password for the listener.|
|Protocol||The communication protocol that is used to publish events.|
|Publishing Mode||The events publishing mode. Non-blocking refers to asynchronous publishing, and blocking refers to synchronous publishing.|
|Publishing Timeout||A positive integer to denote the timeout for the non-blocking publishing mode.|
Sharing the governance registry and user store