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Creating Cassandra user roles with full database access

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Updated on April 5, 2022

This content applies only to On-premises and Client-managed cloud environments

Give Pega Platform full access to your external database by creating Cassandra user roles with full access permissions.

  1. Create a Cassandra user role by running the create role CQL command:
    create role role_name with password = role_password and login = true
    For example:
    create role pega_user with password = passwordxmp and login = true
    For more information about the create role CQL command, see the DataStax documentation.
  2. Give full database access to the user role by running the grant CQL command:
    grant all permission on all keyspaces to rolename
    For example:
    grant all permission on all keyspaces to pegauser
    For more information about the grant CQL command, see the DataStax documentation.
What to do next: Configure the connection between Pega Platform and your external Cassandra database. For more information, see Connecting to an external Cassandra database through the Decision Data Store service.
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