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Session Properties Reference

Session Properties Reference

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Session Properties Reference
By PenchalaRaju.Yanamala
This appendix contains a listing of settings in the session properties. Thesesettings are grouped by the following tabs:General TabProperties TabMapping Tab (Transformations View)Mapping Tab (Partitions View)Components TabMetadata Extensions Tab
 
Table A-1. General TabGeneral Tab OptionsDescriptionRenameYou can enter a new name for the session task withthe Rename button.DescriptionYou can enter a description for the session task inthe Description field.Mapping nameName of the mapping associated with the sessiontask.ResourcesYou can associate an object with an availableresource.Fail Parent if This Task Fails*Fails the parent worklet or workflow if this task fails.Fail Parent if This Task DoesNot Run*Fails the parent worklet or workflow if this task doesnot run.Disable This Task*Disables the task.Treat the Input Links as AND Runs the task when all or one of the input link
 
or OR*conditions evaluate to True.*Appears only in the Workflow Designer.
Properties Tab
On the Properties tab, you can configure the following settings:
General Options.
General Options settings allow you to configure session logfile name, session log file directory, parameter file name and other generalsession settings. For more information, seeGeneral Options Settings.
Performance.
The Performance settings allow you to increase memory size,collect performance details, and set configuration parameters. For moreinformation, seePerformance Settings.
General Options Settings
You can configure General Options settings on the Properties tab. You can enter session log file name, session log file directory, and other general sessionsettings.
 
Table A-2. Properties Tab - General Options SettingsGeneral OptionsSettingsDescriptionWrite BackwardCompatibleSession Log FileSelect to write session log to a file.Session Log FileNameBy default, the Integration Service uses the session name for the log file name: s_mapping name.log. For a debug session, ituses DebugSession_mapping name.log.
 
Enter a file name, a file name and directory, or use the$PMSessionLogFile session parameter. The Integration Serviceappends information in this field to that entered in the SessionLog File Directory field. For example, if you have“C:\session_logs\” in the Session Log File Directory File fieldand then enter “logname.txt” in the Session Log File field, theIntegration Service writes the logname.txt to theC:\session_logs\ directory.You can also use the $PMSessionLogFile session parameter torepresent the name of the session log or the name and locationof the session log.Session Log FileDirectoryDesignates a location for the session log file. By default, theIntegration Service writes the log file in the service processvariable directory, $PMSessionLogDir.If you enter a full directory and file name in the Session Log FileName field, clear this field.Parameter FileNameDesignates the name and directory for the parameter file. Usethe parameter file to define session parameters and overridevalues of mapping parameters and variables.You can enter a workflow or worklet variable as the sessionparameter file name if you configure a workflow to runconcurrently, and you want to use different parameter files for the sessions in each workflow run instance.Enable Test LoadYou can configure the Integration Service to perform a test load.With a test load, the Integration Service reads and transformsdata without writing to targets. The Integration Servicegenerates all session files and performs all pre- and post-session functions, as if running the full session.The Integration Service writes data to relational targets, but rollsback the data when the session completes. For all other targettypes, such as flat file and SAP BW, the Integration Servicedoes not write data to the targets.Enter the number of source rows you want to test in the Number of Rows to Test field.You cannot perform a test load on sessions that use XMLsources.Note: You can perform a test load when you configure a sessionfor normal mode. If you configure the session for bulk mode, thesession fails.Number of Rowsto TestEnter the number of source rows you want the IntegrationService to test load.The Integration Service reads the number you configure for thetest load. You cannot perform a test load when you run asession against a mapping that contains XML sources.$SourceConnection ValueEnter the database connection you want the Integration Serviceto use for the $Source connection variable. You can select arelational or application connection object, or you can use the$DBConnectionName or $AppConnectionName sessionparameter if you want to define the connection value in aparameter file.Use the $Source variable in Lookup and Stored Proceduretransformations to specify the database location for the lookuptable or stored procedure. If you use $Source in a Lookup or 

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