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Informatica lineage parsing beyond limitation(5 layers) in WKC
Customer couldn't see the column name under the transformation in lineage. and created PMR TS006637652
Got the following feedback :
The Open IGC bridge does not support feature level lineage. There is transformation level only lineage. This is related to an IIS limitation and as such there could only be a folder hierarchy of 5. So we use the "*" to depict all features that are nested below the 5th level of folder hierarchy.
This is specific to the nested "depth" of the bundle tree. We recommend, if possible, avoid nesting your bundle classes beyond five (5) levels. Everything works great, in all cases tested thus far for lineage, when the tree is five levels or less.
Almost all of the mappings are beyond 5 layers for the customer. Could you please remove the limitation
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