- A stored procedure is a precompiled collection of Transact-SQL, PL-SQL or other database procedural statements and optional flow control statements, similar to an executable script.
- Stored procedures are used to automate tasks that are too complicated for standard SQL statements.
- Stored procedures are stored and run within the database.
- The stored procedure must exist in the database before creating a Stored Procedure transformation
Stored Procedure Transformation in Informatica
- The Stored Procedure transformation is a passive transformation.
- The Stored Procedure transformation can be connected or unconnected.
- Stored procedures has the ability to send data to the stored procedure, and receive data from the stored procedure.
- What are the three types of data that pass between the Integration Service and the stored procedure?
- What are the different options for running a Stored Procedure transformation?
Normal (By Default)
Pre-load of the Source
Post-load of the Source
Pre-load of the Target
Post-load of the Target