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Exporting Dashboards on M1 Macintosh

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tgb417
Exporting Dashboards on M1 Macintosh

So, Dataiku DSS is working fairly well on my M1 Macintosh.  Thank you Dataikers.  

I have a nice dashboard that is now set up in DSS.  Now I'd like to share it with others.  However, when I try to Export the Dashboard as a PDF.  I'm getting the following error message.

Image: Error Message when trying to Export a PDF from a DashboardImage: Error Message when trying to Export a PDF from a Dashboard

 

This typically means that the install-graphics-export has not been installed on the DSS instance.  However when I try to install this with the commands.

 

 

cd <DSS Home Directory>
./bin/dss stop
./bin/dssadmin install-graphics-export

I'm getting the following error message.

[-] Unsupported action install-graphic-export
Usage: dssadmin ACTION [ARGUMENT ...]
Actions:
install-hadoop-integration [-keytab KEYTAB_FILE_LOCATION -principal KERBEROS_PRINCIPAL]
install-spark-integration [-sparkHome SPARK_HOME] [-pysparkPython PYSPARK_PYTHON]
update-spark-hadoop-jars [-sparkHome SPARK_HOME]
install-h2o-integration [-sparklingWaterDir SPARKLING_WATER_DIR]
install-R-integration [-noDeps] [-repo REPO_URL | -pkgDir DIR]
install-julia-integration [-juliaBin DKUJULIABIN] [-juliaDepot DKUDEPOTPATH]
build-base-image [use dssadmin build-base-image -h for options]
build-container-exec-code-env-images [--all] [--dry-run]
install-monitoring-integration -graphiteServer HOSTNAME:PORT [-prefix PREFIX] [-pkg LOCAL_COLLECTD_PACKAGE]
install-event-server
regenerate-config
install-impersonation [-pythonBin PYTHONBIN] [-noInstallSudoSnippet] DSS_USER
run-diagnosis [OPTIONS] OUTPUT_FILE
install-graphics-export [-noDeps]
compact-internal-databases
copy-databases-to-external
encrypt-password PASSWORD
jupyter-nbextensions ACTION (list, enable, disable, available) [extension/main]

Does anyone know why this is happening?

Does anyone know if there is a work around?


Operating system used: Mac OS Montery 12.6.1

--Tom
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MiguelangelC
Dataiker

Hi,

From the error message it does seem like the command was mispelled. There is no 'install-graphic-export' action. Instead, it is 'install-graphics-export'. 

Can you please give it another go just in case that was the case?

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MiguelangelC
Dataiker

Hi,

From the error message it does seem like the command was mispelled. There is no 'install-graphic-export' action. Instead, it is 'install-graphics-export'. 

Can you please give it another go just in case that was the case?

tgb417
Author

@MiguelangelC 

Dyslexia gets me again... 😀

Thanks.

The command is actually 

./bin/dssadmin install-graphics-export

 

--Tom