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Informatica Online Training | ETL Informatica Online Training | Online Informatica 9 Training

  1. 1. Info@monstercourses.com www.monstercourses.comInformatica Informatica duration 35 hoursIntroduction and Architecture • 1.1 Architecture and Software Overview • 1.2 ETL and ELT Architecture Overview • 1.3 Partitioning and Parallelism Introduction • 1.4 PowerCenter Services RAM Utilization • 1.5 Differences Between 32 bit and 64 bitClient Software Overview • 2.1 Introduction to Designer Interface • 2.2 Introduction to Workflow Manager Interface • 2.3 Introduction to Workflow Monitor • 2.4 Introduction to Repository Manager • 2.5 Nature of ODBC in the Designer • 2.6 Software DemonstrationSource Object Definitions • 3.1 Flat File Sources • 3.2 Relational Sources • 3.3 Data Previewer • 3.4 Metadata Extensions • 3.5 LAB: Import a SourceTarget Object Definitions • 4.1 Target Definitions • 4.2 Target Properties • 4.3 Flat File Targets • 4.4 Relational Targets • 4.5 LAB: Import a TargetMappings • 5.1 Defining a Data Flow Diagram • 5.2 Transformation Objects and Views • 5.3 Source Definition and Source Qualifier • 5.4 Pre-SQL and Post-SQL Rules • 5.5 Expression Transformation • 5.6 Informatica Functions • 5.7 Variable Ports www.monstercourses.com
  2. 2. Info@monstercourses.com www.monstercourses.comInformatica • 5.8 Data Types • 5.9 Mapping Validation • 5.10 LAB: Create a Working MappingWorkflows • 6.1 Workflow Tools • 6.2 Workflow Structure • 6.3 Workflow Connections • 6.4 Workflow Tasks • 6.5 Workflow Design Process • 6.6 Workflow Properties • 6.7 Workflow Links • 6.8 Session Tasks • 6.9 LAB: Configure a Workflow and SessionMonitoring Workflows • 7.1 Workflow Monitor Views • 7.2 Monitoring a Server • 7.3 Actions Initiated from the Workflow Monitor • 7.4 Filtering Views • 7.5 Truncating Monitor Logs • 7.6 Stop Versus Abort • 7.7 LAB: Run and Monitor the Workflow • 7.8 LAB: Demonstration of Designer FeaturesDebugger • 8.1 Debugger Features • 8.2 Debugger Windows and Indicators • 8.3 Debugger Best Practices • 8.4 LAB: Debug the MappingFilter Transformation • 9.1 Filter Functionality • 9.2 Filter Properties • 9.3 Filter Versus DB Where Clause • 9.4 LAB: Create a Filter Transformation, Run WorkflowSorter Transformation • 10.1 Sorter Functionality • 10.2 Sorter Properties • 10.3 Sorter Versus Database Order by Clause www.monstercourses.com
  3. 3. Info@monstercourses.com www.monstercourses.comInformaticaAggregator Transformation • 11.1 Aggregator Transformation • 11.2 Aggregator Expressions and Functions • 11.3 Using Unsorted and Sorted Data • 11.4 Data Flow Rules • 11.5 Aggregator Versus Database Group ByJoiner Transformation • 12.1 Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Joins • 12.2 Joiner Conditions and Properties • 12.3 Joiner Usage • 12.4 Nested Joins • 12.5 Joiner Versus Database Join • 12.6 LAB: Add Sorter, Joiner, and AggregatorLookup Transformation • 13.1 Lookup Principles • 13.2 Lookup Properties • 13.3 Lookup Caching • 13.4 Lookup Versus Database Join • 13.5 LAB: Create a Basic LookupTarget Options • 14.1 Target Properties • 14.2 WHERE Clause • 14.3 Constraint-Based Loading • 14.4 Target SQL Override Best PracticesUpdate Strategy Transformation • 15.1 Update Strategy Transformation • 15.2 Update Strategy Expressions • 15.3 Update Strategy Best Practices • 15.4 LAB: Create a Type 2 Dimension UpdateRouter Transformation • 16.1 Router Functionality • 16.2 Router Groups • 16.3 LAB: Use a Router to Delete Rows • 16.4 LAB: Data Driven Versus Session Switches www.monstercourses.com
  4. 4. Info@monstercourses.com www.monstercourses.comInformaticaParameters and Variables • 17.1 Parameter Scoping • 17.2 System Variables • 17.3 Mapping Parameters and Variables • 17.4 Variable FunctionsUnconnected Lookups • 18.1 Usage and Techniques • 18.2 Advantages • 18.3 Functionality • 18.4 Conditional Lookups • 18.5 LAB: Create an Unconnected LookupHeterogeneous Targets • 19.1 Heterogeneous Target Types • 19.2 Target Type Limitations and Conversions • 19.3 LAB: Build Heterogeneous TargetsMapplets • 20.1 Mapplet Designer • 20.2 Mapplet Advantages • 20.3 Mapplet Types and Rules • 20.4 Active and Passive Mapplets • 20.5 Mapplet Parameters and Variables • 20.6 Mapplet Designer Best Practices • 20.7 LAB: Build a MappletReusable Transformations • 21.1 Transformation Developer • 21.2 Rules • 21.3 Promoting and Copying Transformations • 21.4 Transformation Developer Best Practices • 21.5 LAB: Create and Use a Reusable TransformationSequence Generator Transformation • 22.1 Sequence Generator Functionality • 22.2 Sequence Generator Properties • 22.3 Sequence Generator Best Practices • 22.4 LAB: Create a Variable Based Sequence Generator www.monstercourses.com
  5. 5. Info@monstercourses.com www.monstercourses.comInformaticaError Logging • 23.1 Setting On and Off • 23.2 Data Rejects with Error Logging Off • 23.3 Error Logging to Database Table and Flat File • 23.4 Source Row Logging • 23.5 Error Logging Best Practice ArchitectureWorkflow Configuration • 24.1 Server Connections • 24.2 Reusable Workflow Schedules • 24.3 Reusable Session Configurations • 24.4 LAB: Create a Sequential Workflow • 24.5 LAB: Create a Concurrent WorkflowReusable Tasks • 25.1 The Command Task • 25.2 The Email Task • 25.3 Reusable Task Best PracticesNon-Reusable Tasks • 26.1 The Decision Task • 26.2 The Assignment Task • 26.3 The Timer Task • 26.4 The Control Task • 26.5 The Event Wait Task • 26.6 The Event Raise Task • 26.7 Non-Reusable Tasks Best Practices • 26.8 LAB: Create Event Wait/Event Raise and Timer • 26.9 LAB: Create a Control and Assignment Task • 26.10 LAB: Create a Command Line TaskWorklets • 27.1 Reusable Worklet • 27.2 Non-Reusable Worklet • 27.3 Worklet Best Practices www.monstercourses.com

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