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Using the user interface to migrate jobs
Using the command line to migrate jobs
Chapter 2. Deprecated stages
Chapter 3. Oracle enterprise stage
Accessing Oracle databases
Handling Special Characters (# and $)
Loading tables
Data type conversion - writing to Oracle
Data type conversion - reading from Oracle
Looking up an Oracle table
Updating an Oracle table
Must Do's
Updating an Oracle database
Deleting rows from an Oracle database
Loading an Oracle Database
Reading an Oracle database
Stage page
Advanced tab
Inputs page
Input Link Properties tab
Target category
Connection category
Options category
Partitioning tab
Outputs page
Output Link Properties tab
Source category
Chapter 4. Oracle OCI Stages
Functionality of Oracle OCI stages
Converting an Oracle 8 Project to Oracle 9 or 10
Defining Input Data
About the Input Page
Transaction Handling Tab
Reject Row Handling
Writing Data to Oracle
SQL statements and the Oracle OCI stage
Accessing the SQL builder from a server stage
To access the SQL builder from a server stage:
Using Generated SQL Statements
Using User-Defined SQL Statements
Defining Output Data
About the Output Page
SQL Clauses Dialog Box
Reading Data from Oracle
Using Generated Queries
Example of a SQL Select Statement
Using User-Defined Queries
DATE Data Type Considerations
Oracle Data Type Support
Character Data Types
Numeric Data Types
Additional Numeric Data Types for Oracle
Date Data Types
Miscellaneous Data Types
Handling $ and # Characters
Chapter 5. Oracle OCI Load Stages
Functionality of Oracle OCI Load Stages
Configuration requirements of Oracle OCI load stages
Oracle Enterprise Manager
Load Modes
Automatic Load Mode
Manual Load Mode
Chapter 6. Oracle connector
Installation and configuration requirements
Using the Oracle connector
Reading data from an Oracle database
Writing data to an Oracle database
Looking up data in an Oracle database
Common tasks for reading and writing data
Setting required user privileges
Importing Oracle metadata
Configuring a parallel job
Defining a connection to an Oracle database
Setting up column definitions on a link
Specifying the read mode and the data source
Specifying the write mode and the target table
Rejecting records that contain errors
Compiling and running a job
Options for reading and writing data
Controlling the isolation level of transactions
You can configure the isolation level of transactions
Configuring row prefetching
Setting the array size
Propagating columns at runtime
Dropping unmatched fields
Performing actions on the table before writing
Running an SQL statement before or after processing data
Substituting node placeholders with node numbers
Options for bulk loading data
Managing table constraints and triggers for a bulk load
Configuring the Oracle date cache for a bulk load
Managing indexes
Controlling bulk record loading
To control bulk record loading:
White space characters, NULL values, and empty string values
Error diagnosis and recovery
Examples: Transparent application failover
Oracle environment logging
NLS session parameters
NLS database parameters
Properties that control job failure
Data type mapping and Oracle data types
Dictionary views
Environment variables
Chapter 7. Building SQL statements
Starting SQL builder from a stage editor
Starting SQL builder
Building SELECT statements
Building INSERT statements
Building UPDATE statements
Building DELETE statements
The SQL builder Interface
Tree Panel
Table Selection Canvas
Selection Page
Column Selection Grid
Filter Panel
Filter Expression Panel
Group Page
Grouping Grid
Aggregation Functions
Insert Page
Insert Columns Grid
Update Page
Update Column Grid
Delete Page
Sql Page
Resolve Columns Grid
Expression Editor
Main Expression Editor
Calculation/Function/Case Expression Editor
Expression Editor Menus
Parameters Dialog Box
Joining Tables
Specifying Joins
Join Properties Dialog Box
Alternate Relation Dialog Box
Properties Dialogs
Table Properties Dialog Box
SQL Properties Dialog Box
Accessing product documentation
Reading command-line syntax
Product accessibility
Contacting IBM
Notices and trademarks
Links to non-IBM Web sites
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