Does Analyze have something similar to scanning through the BRX files where we could open it in a text editor for mass directory/path/connection string replacement.
Unfortunately no. There is no such thing as a BRG or BRX within Analyze. Everything is stored inside the database.
Other than export, is there a way to access the dataflow at the backend on the linux server directories?
The nodes are stored in the database, not on the Linux file system.
Instructions for configuring the different database drivers and suggested download location for the database drivers.
You'll need to read the docs for the individual drivers, which you should be able to get directly from the vendors.
Any best practices documentation for migrating legacy BRG graphs to Data3Sixty.
- Ensure that the graph is healthy in BRE.
- Resolve any library conflicts - it is crucial that all authors have the same copy of any user libraries.
- Import any legacy user libraries first. If you choose to put them in their own folder, you must setup search paths first.
- If any user libraries are dependent on other user libraries, import the lowest level first, then work up to the primary BRG
- Import the primary BRG(s)
- In the future, if any library nodes need updating or modification, change only the copy in Analyze - do not re-import a Library BRG multiple times.
For more information on this question, please see this article: How to Prepare LAE Graphs for Migration to Data3Sixty Analyze