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Avoiding conflicts for multiple users working at the same time on a DataStage flow
With the web interface, two (or more) users can now work in parallel on the same flow. And the last one saving will overwrite all the work done by the others. It would be good to have a mechanism to prevent multiple people working at the same time...
MDM connector will use API calls that will be directly integrated with MDM server resulting in better performance when processing large data volume. Alternate method for MDM connector is to use web service call which involves xml parsing or using ...
Allow "Asset Broswer" node in datastage on cp4d to have access to connections that is inside the catalog
It is useful to search for connections using the Asset Broswer node within the DataStage ETL flow designer. However, the Asset Broswer currently can ONLY find the connections that are added as assets within the project that the flow belongs in. Th...
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