Anaplan Connect - Export via JDBC

Hi guys,


This is my first time really getting to grips with Anaplan Connect and I'm trying to PoC exporting out a simple table of "Region Name" & "Region Code" using Anaplan Connect via JDBC into a SQL table. My scripts are as follows:


---------.bat script-----------

@echo off

set AnaplanUser="[email protected]:PASSWORD"
set WorkspaceId="alphanumerical_workspace_ID"
set ModelId="alphanumerical_workspace_ID"
set ServiceUrl=""
set AuthUrl=""
set ExportName="JDBC_Export"
set /path/to/JdbcProperties="C:\path\path2\"

set Operation=-debug -service %ServiceUrl% -auth %AuthUrl% -workspace %WorkspaceId% -model %ModelId% -export %ExportName% -execute -jdbcproperties %/path/to/JdbcProperties%

rem *** End of settings - Do not edit below this line ***

setlocal enableextensions enabledelayedexpansion || exit /b 1
cd %~dp0
if not %AnaplanUser% == "" set Credentials=-user %AnaplanUser%
set Command=.\AnaplanClient.bat %Credentials% %Operation%
@echo %Command%
cmd /c %Command%
pause file-----------------------

# JDBC Connection string (Oracle, Mysql, H2, etc.)
jdbc.connect.url= jdbc:sqlserver://
# JDBC login username
jdbc.username= USERNAME
#JDBC login password
jdbc.password= password

# Use INSERT queries to export your data into database
# Use the INSERT IGNORE command rather than the INSERT command. If a record doesn't duplicate an existing
record, then SQL inserts it as usual. If the record is a duplicate, then the IGNORE keyword tells SQL to
discard it silently without generating an error.
# Use the REPLACE command rather than the INSERT command. If the record is new, it is inserted just as with
INSERT. If it is a duplicate, the new record replaces the old one.
# SQL query example
jdbc.query=INSERT IGNORE INTO `RegionPoCTable` (`Region Name`,`Region Code`) Values (Region Name,Region Code);

# -----NEW PARAMETER-----
# JDBC parameters for parametrized SQL write in {jdbc.query} above.
# NOTE: The number of parameters must be equal to the number of parameters provided in the {jdbc.query} above.
# The parameter names must match column names from Anaplan export action.
# The JDBC parameters below will be mapped starting from left to right to the '?' in {jdbc.query} above.
# In this example, the exported data has columns names column1 and column2. These will be mapped
# starting from left to right to each of the '?' above.
jdbc.params=Region Name, Region Code


---------------Error Message-------------------

When I follow the Anaplan Connect guide (1.4.3) I get the below error:


C:\Users\gtric\Anaplan Connect\
'"alphanumerical_workspace_ID"' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.
.\AnaplanClient.bat -user "[email protected]:PASSWORD" -debug -service "" -auth "" -workspace
Absolute path to JAVA 8 executable not provided. Will attempt to figure out path from JAVA_HOME or Windows registry...
JAVA_HOME is not defined, will attempt to fetch value from registry...
Checking Windows Registry for Java Version...
ERROR: Cannot determine Java version.
Press any key to continue . . .




Could someone give me an idea on how to progress this?






  • Hi,


    you need to install Java: 



    Try echo %JAVA_HOME% in CMD to check if you have it:







  • Apologies - a managed to omit a key concept of my post...!!


    I have Java Version 8 Update 241 (build 1.8.0_241-b07) installed.



  • So I managed to set "JAVA_HOME" as the location in system properties, but I am now getting the following, which seems more cryptic:


    C:\Users\gtric\Anaplan Connect\
    '"alphanumerical_workspace_ID"' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.
    .\AnaplanClient.bat -user "[email protected]:PASSWORD" -debug -service "" -auth "" -workspace
    \Java\jdk1.8.0_241 was unexpected at this time.
    Press any key to continue . . .

  • This is worth trying 


    i am assuming your Java is installed at this location 


    C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.8.0_241


    if this is the case 


    Change your JAVA_HOME env variable to below 







    install/copy  java outside program files so something like 




    Reason for this is windows uses short names for Program Files (x86)


    Try hopefully it works 

  • It looks like your editor has word-wrap switch on and it has split some lines in half - the Windows command interpreter will treat this as two separate commands. Reconfigure your editor (or use a different one) and reassemble the split lines. If you have edited and saved AnaplanClient.bat you will also need to fix that or recover the original version.