DataStage Table Definitions

admin on June 9th, 2010

You can view or edit IMS definitions in the DataStage Manager or the Designer. To view or edit an IMS definition: Highlight the database or viewset name in the display area of the DataStage Manager or in the Repository tree of the DataStage Designer. In the Manager, do one of the following:   Choose File […]

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Importing meta data into DataStage using a MetaBroker has two main phases. After you have specified the MetaBroker you want to use, and the source for the import meta data, the MetaBroker extracts the meta data from the source. This is phase one. The MetaBroker then displays a list of extracted meta data from which […]

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admin on June 9th, 2010

The XML Meta Data Tool scans XML documents and creates DataStage table definitions from them. The table definitions are stored in the DataStage Repository. The tool performs the following tasks: Create table definitions from: a sample XML document a file containing an XML DTD an XML schema document based on XML-Data or XDR (not XSD) […]

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If you have support for Web Services installed, you can import table definitions from Web Services WSDL definitions. For more information, see Web Services Developer’s Guide.

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The Import Orchestrate Schema wizard allows you to import meta data into DataStage from an Orchestrate schema file, from a file set, or from a data set. The first wizard screen allows you to choose the schema file you want to import meta data from. Note: If NLS is on, DataStage requires any schema files […]

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admin on June 9th, 2010

You can import IMS definitions from Data Base Description (DBD) files and Program Specification Block (PSB) files. A DBD file defines the structure of an IMS database. A PSB file defines an application’s view of an IMS database. You must import a DBD file before importing its associated PSB files. DataStage supports IMS version 5 […]

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You can import Assembler source files and listing files into the DataStage Repository. To import a table definition from an Assembler file: Choose Import > Table Definitions > Assembler File Definitions… . The  Import Meta Data (ASM)  dialog box appears. Type, or browse for, the path and name of the Assembler file you wish to […]

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You can import PL/I source files and listing files into the DataStage Repository. To import a table definition from a PL/I file: Choose Import > Table Definitions > PL/I File Definitions… . The Import Meta Data (PL/I) dialog box appears. Type, or browse for, the path and name of the PL/I file you wish to […]

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admin on June 8th, 2010

Choose Import > Table Definitions > UniData Table Definitions… . The Import Meta data (UniData Tables) dialog box appears. Choose a data source name from the DSN drop-down list box. This list contains the UniData data sources defined in the uvodbc.config file. For more information, see DataStage Administrator Guide. Enter your user name in the […]

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admin on June 8th, 2010

To import a table definition from a UniData file:  Choose Import > Table Definitions > UniData File Definitions… . The Import Meta data (Unidata Files) dialog box appears. Enter the name of the host where the UniData files are located in the Server text box. Enter your user name in the User name field. Enter […]

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