I use MicroStrategy 9.4.1 developer on my windows machine and I have R 3.2.1 installed on the same windows machine. My project IServer is on a Linux host which I connect to and create reports regularly. But I do not have R installed and configured for MicroStrategy
on IServer linux host. I was wondering if there is a way to only have the local windows machine's MSTR Developer connect to R on the same windows machine and run local R scripts on reports produced using I-Server. I installed R Integration pack on my windows
machine (where only MSTR Developer and R is installed) and configured MicroStrategyR package on the same windows machine. Now if I try to create a derived metric on a report with default kMeansClustering.R script like below and try to validate the expression,
it gives the error "Searching for 'RScript' resulted in no matches".
RScript<_RScriptFile= "C:\Program Files (x86)\R Integration Pack\RScripts\kMeansClustering.R", _InputNames= "Vars">([OPS - Our Price])
Is there a way to not have R installed on I-Server or not configure I-Server with any external R server , but only work with local R installation?