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ETL job development steps in Informatica

  1. Open Informatica power center designer
  2. Add a repository
    • Click on “Repository -> Add”
    • Enter a repository and username
    • Click on ok
  3. Connect to a repository
    • Right click on created repository
    • Click on connect
    • Click on Add under “Connection Settings” section
    • Enter value for “Domain name”, “Gateway Host” and “Gateway port”
    • Click on Ok
    • Select the security domain
    • Enter password
    • Click on connect
  4. Connect to a folder
    • Right click on folder which you want to work
    • Click on Open
  5. Creating “Source Analyzer”
    • Click on “Source Analyzer” icon
    • Click on Sources from toolbar and select “Import from Database” or “Import from file”
    • Select “data source”
    • Enter username, schema, and password
    • Click on connect
    • You can see the list of tables under “Select Tables” section
    • Select a table
    • Click on ok
  6. Creating “Target Designer”
    • Click on “Target Designer” icon
    • Click on Targets from toolbar and select “Import from Database”
    • Select “data source”
    • Enter username, schema, and password
    • Click on connect
    • You can see the list of tables under “Select Tables” section
    • Select a table
    • Click on ok
  7. Creating Mappings
    • Click on “Mapping Designer” icon
    • Click on Mappings from toolbar and select “Create”
    • Enter mapping name and click ok
    • Drag and drop the created Source Analyzer and Target Designer
    • Click on Transformation from toolbar and select “Create”
    • Select type of transformation
    • Enter the name for transformation
    • Select the columns from source and drag into transformation component
    • Double click on transformation
  8. Creating Workflow
    • Click on “Workflow Manager” icon
    • Connect to the repository
    • Right click on folder and select Open
    • Click on “task” from toolbar and select create
    • Select the task type as “Session”
    • Enter session name
    • Click on Ok
    • Select the created mapping and click ok
    • Double click on Session
    • Click on Mapping tab
    • Select the source table
    • Set source database connections under “connections” section
    • Select the target table
    • Set target database connections under “connections” section
    • Link the Start task and session task
  9. Running Workflow
    • In workflow Designer section, right click on workflow and select “Start workflow”
  10. Monitoring Workflow
    • “Workflow monitor” will be opened automatically when we start a workflow
    • The execution status will be displayed
    • Double click on the session
    • Session information including Source/Target statistics will be displayed

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