Informatica etl tool tutorial

Once a workflow is created, we get the Start Icon in the Workflow Manager workspace. You will get the following SQL Editor: Once you have connected to your repository, you have to open your working folder as seen below: To do this, select Sources tab and Import from Database option as seen below:

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Click on Properties tab. Below is the completed mapping. We can do it by clicking on Link Task icon as seen below: Click on Workflow tab and select Create Option.

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Workflow manager starting Workflow Monitor. Below you can see the various databases of an organisation and their interactions: Below is the elt Source Qualifier. There are mainly 4 steps in the Informatica ETL process, let us now understand them in depth: Right click on your repository and select connect option.

You will get the Edit Transformation pop up as seen below. Let us now connect to the repository.

Click on Apply and OK. Now that we have completed the design, let us start the workflow. You will get the following SQL Editor: You will be prompted asking the name of your mapping. Now let us link informaticz Source qualifier and the target table.

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Below is a connected workflow. Once a workflow is created, we get the Start Icon in the Workflow Manager workspace. Specify the name of your workflow tutoriial click on OK. Below is the workflow designer home page.

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The following SQL will be generated for the condition we had specified in the previous step. Similarly Load the Target Table to the Mapping. Below is the mapping linked by Autolink. Tutoial on the workspace to place the Session icon.

Below is the workspace after adding the session icon. As we need to link both the tables to the Source Qualifier, select the columns of the Department table and drop it in the Source Qualifier as seen below: Let us now create a new Workflow for our mapping. Once you have connected to your repository, you have to open your working folder as seen below: Now that you have created a new Session, we need to link it to the informxtica task.

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Click on the Start icon first and then on the Session icon to establish a link. Click on Workflow tab and select Start Workflow option. The sources will be visible on your mapping designer workspace as seen below.

To do this, informstica Sources tab and Import from Database option as seen below: Double click on Source Qualifier to edit the transformation. On clicking the connect option, you will be prompted with the below screen, asking for your repository username and password.

Below you can see the number of rows that have been transferred between the source and target after transformation.

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