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Steps to upload new v7 format Quova data in Risk Authentication

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Article ID: 243246

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Products

CA Risk Authentication CA Advanced Authentication CA Advanced Authentication - Risk Authentication (RiskMinder / RiskFort)

Issue/Introduction

We have automation tool which downloads Quova data from Broadcom FTP site every month, https://ftp.broadcom.com/RiskMinder/Quova_Data/

What are the steps to upload the new v7 format Quova data to Risk Authentication product?

Environment

Release :9.1.x

Component : Risk Authentication/RiskMinder/RiskFort

Resolution

Arrfupload is a command-line utility that enables you to upload data files to the Risk Authentication database. The Nuestar v7 data format includes only one file (arcot_v7.csv) which contains all of the geopoint and anonymizer information. Since the Neustar data v7 format file contains more entries than the v6 version, you may experience an increase in the execution time and memory consumption on the database server machine for the arrfupload operation.

You should have a minimum of 50 GB of free space in the database server machine connected to the Advanced Authentication server.

Neustar version 7 format example:

[1]Upload only GeoPoint data

arrfupload -prompt GeoPoint 1 1 C:\arcot_v7.csv

[2]Upload only Anonymizer data

arrfupload -prompt Anonymizer 1 1 C:\arcot_v7.csv

[3]Upload both GeoPoint and Anonymizer data

arrfupload -prompt GeoPoint 1 1 C:\arcot_v7.csv Anonymizer 1 1 C:\arcot_v7.csv

 

Refresh cache: arrfclient cr <ipaddress of riskfort server> <port>

 

Upload Quova data using Batch Script

Neustaar version 7 format example:

arrfupload -prompt GeoPoint 1 1 C:\quova\arcot_v7.csv Anonymizer 1 1 C:\quova\arcot_v7.csv

Refresh cache

arrfclient cr <ipaddress of riskfort server> <port>

For example:

arrfclient cr localhost 7980

arrfclient cr 127.0.0.1 7980

arrfclient cr 10.131.56.78 7980

 

Additional Information

arrfupload Tool