AMGA Tutorial

What is AMGA?

1. Overview

2. AMGA team activity

3. Interface, Architecture and Implementation

4. AMGA Commands

5. New : Federation on AMGA

The Usage of AMGA Manager

1. Introduction of AMGA Manager(10min)

    • Hands-on account
    • connection information at Target AMGA server
    • Introduction of AMGA Manager
    • Installation
    • download Program and Manual
    • Menu

- Tool bar

- collection view

- schema browser

- attribute view - console - result view

2. reference of functions in use(2min) - current path - console (interaction of between client commands and sever's response) 3. Connection(5min) - show access with VOMS proxy(video clip) - access with ID/PW (skip certificate) 4. Create collection(5min) 5. Import metadata to target directory of each users' account (Population) 6. Usage of SQL Editor(5min) - listattr ~ - selectattr ~ - insert sample country to be deleted later 7. Usage of Schema Browser(5min) - delete sample country - set a filter - manipulate ACL, Attribute, Index, constraint 8. high level usage of SQL Editor - make "selectattributes" using deriving attibutes with path - make automatically script for select, update, insert, drop commands - make "sample query" using help(F1) and Completed CLI ; view - description of making multi-queries and showing the results 9. Federation (skip or Video clip) - show how to work without practice 10. Tips of collections' classification - view, federation, replication, plain table, ACL etc. 11. Take exam (10min) - award

Useful Information

    • several shortcut key
    • definition of terms relevant AMGA Manager
    • AMGA Manager manual


    1. JDK 1.6 or JRE

b. AMGA Manager v1.1 (4copies)

c. manual

d. Environment : AMGA server (INFN)

- setup and rehearsal : 1~2 days ago

e. expected participants : 20 per


1. Make new collection "M50MC", subset of countries having more than 50,000,000 person 2. Insert your country data into M50MC(If your country is already existed in the collection, insert SouthKorea information to it.) 3. Show descending rank short in the schema browser.


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