Tag: Mapping

How To Propagate Port Attributes

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Propagating Port Attributes When you edit a port name in a transformation, by default, the Designer propagates references to that port in the expressions, conditions, and other ports in that transformation. You can also propagate changed attributes throughout…

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How to remove duplicate records using Sorter Transformation

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How to remove duplicate records using Sorter Transformation In the last two post we have seen how to remove duplicate records (Only one column) using Aggregator and Expression. We have identified the duplicate JOB_ID and skipped those rows…

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How to load every 5th record into target table

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How to load every 5th record into target table We need to read the source table and load only 1st and every 5th (nth) records to target. Let’s start the mapping for this. We need a sequence generator and…

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How to remove duplicate records using Expression

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How to remove duplicate records using Expression In the last post we have used Aggregator Transformation to remove the duplicate records. In this post we will use the Expression transformation to remove the duplicate JOB_ID from the source Flat…

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How to remove duplicate records Using Aggregator

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How to remove duplicate records Using Aggregator There are couple of options available in informatica to remove duplicate records from the source.  For Relational Tables 1. Source Qualifier > ‘SELECT DISTINCT’ option 2. Source Qualifier > SQL override…

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Informatica Target Load Plan

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Target Load Group and Target Load Plan   If you have multiple Source Qualifier transformations connected to multiple targets, you can specify the order in which  the Integration Service loads the data into the targets using ‘Target Load Plan’. This…

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How to Load only Half of the records from Source table

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Load only Half of the records from Source table The requirement is to process only half of the records from the source table. To do this we need to calculate the total number of rows (TOTAL-COUNT) in the source…

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How to fix [Informatica][ODBC Oracle Wire Protocol Driver] Optional feature not implemented

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[Informatica][ODBC Oracle Wire Protocol Driver] Optional feature not implemented You may get this error while trying to Preview data on Target in a Mapping Designer. I have also seen the same error from Source Qualifier Transformation while applying…

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Source Qualifier – Full Outer Join

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Full Outer Join using Source Qualifier – ‘SQL Query’ Integration service support only Left & Right outer joins. We cannot perform Full outer join using ‘User Defined Join’ properties in SQ, you will get a database error. This…

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Source Qualifier – User Defined Join – Right Outer Join

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How to join two tables – Source Qualifier – User Defined Join – Right Outer ** Source Qualifier Transformation is the most efficient way to join two tables in the same Database ** There are two options available in SQ…

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Source Qualifier – User Defined Join – Left Outer Join

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How to join two tables – Source Qualifier – User Defined Join – Left Outer ** Source Qualifier Transformation is the most efficient way to join two tables in the same Database ** There are two options available in SQ…

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Source Qualifier – User Defined Join – Normal Join

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How to join two tables – Source Qualifier – User Defined Join ** Source Qualifier Transformation is the most efficient way to join two tables in the same Database ** There are two options available in SQ to join multiple…

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Joiner Transformation – Normal Join

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Joiner Transformation – Normal Join Let’s create a Mapping with a Joiner Transformation – Normal Join. We are going to join two tables JOB_ID1 & JOB_ID2 and create a target with the ports from two tables. Normal Join…

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Joiner Transformation Overview

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Joiner Transformation Overview Use the Joiner transformation to join source data from two related heterogeneous sources residing in different locations or file systems. You can also join data from the same source. The Joiner transformation joins sources with…

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Mapping with Sorter Transformation

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Mapping with Sorter Transformation # To sort data in ascending or descending order. # Can sort data from relational or flat file sources. # The Sorter transformation contains only input/output ports. # All data passing through the Sorter…

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