Striim 3.9.6 documentation

About this documentation

This documentation is published in both online help and PDF formats. Both are available from the Help menu in the Striim web UI.

For the latest updates, see docs.striim.com.

  • Getting started with Striim provides instructions on installing Striim for evaluation purposes and gives a brief hands-on walkthrough of creating an application and dashboard using the web UI and querying using the command-line console.

  • The Dashboard Guide describes how to create and modify dashboards and visualizations. 

  • Console commands is a guide to all the commands available in the command-line console.

  • The Programmer's Guide covers all aspects of creating and editing Striim applications, both by writing code and by using Source Preview, templates, and Flow Designer to create applications without coding (basic knowledge of SQL is required in either case). It also covers the use of Striim's APIs and advanced techniques to extend Striim and integrate it with your own applications.

  • The Adapters Guide covers the sources, parsers, targets, and formatters available for use in Striim applications.

  • The Change Data Capture (CDC) Guide describes how to write Striim applications that read GoldenGate, HP NonStop, MySQL, Oracle, or SQL Server change logs. MySQL, Oracle, and SQL Server CDC apps can also be created using the templates covered in the TQL Programmer's Guide.

  • The API Guide covers all of Striim's programming interfaces.

  • The Administrator's Guide covers tasks that require admin privileges, such as managing users and deployment groups.

  • The Monitoring Guide explains how to monitor Striim cluster activity, performance, and errors using the web UI and command line.

  • The Installation and Configuration Guide covers tasks that require admin or root access to the Striim host or the remote hosts of Striim sources and targets.

  • The Glossary provides links to explanations of some Striim terms that may be unfamiliar to new users, or that have special meanings in the Striim environment.