Informatica online training in


Published on is fabricated by IVEB health and education which is a leader in mci screening test and fmgs test. It has been training 1000 medicos every year for fmgs and mci screening test through
And today IVEB wants to prove its mettle in information technology. With higly experienced trainers and high quality learning tools. Iveb proved its mettle in conducting on-line tests on user demands and it want to share that same experience with the techies which would be help full for there interviews and certification courses.
Courses we offer
Keeping future in our mind we are also being 1st in online section to train on layer7 and B.P.M. in which they are going great guns in i.t. field .
We start from basics we have experts in teaching C,C++ and java,Core java ,J2ee. The best ever you can get a trainer like we have is impossible. He is experienced and talented too.
The trainer who trains for testing tools , manual testing and QTP & QC have excellent experience and he believes in hardwork.
SAP ABAP is trained by 8 years experienced Infosys techie who loves to teach .
Sap fi-co is trained by 7 years experienced polaris employee who gives his best for his trainees.
Sap bi and bo is trained by delloitte employee who has experience of 5 years he has experience of 7 development projects in his 5years span.
Oracle apps will be trained by employee from i.t. convergence whose extensive knowledge in it will amaze you for sure. Btw he has experience of 7 years.
Oracle adf will be trained by young gun who has an experience of 4 years but the knowledge he has in ADF will strike you.
Oracle oaf is trained by wipro employee who has an experience of 6years train with him the best you can get.
Peoplesoft technical will be trained by former teacher now a techie experienced 7 years in peoplesoft. He knows do’s and dont’d of peoplesoft.
Salesforce will be trained by 3years experienced ibm employee . actually he loves salesforce and he will make you fall in love with it.
Data stage trainer works in tcs she actually experienced 4 years .
Cognos will be trained by 6 years experienced Infosys techie.
This trainer is experienced 5 years in informatica he works for t.c.s
Layer 7 and are very new and we have young guys for it who are working on real time projects.
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  1. 1. your online training partner Introduction to Datawarehousing Informatica Online Training Introduction 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 bit Client 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 Demonstration Source Object Definitions 3.1 Flat File Sources 3.2 Relational Sources 3.3 Data Previewer 3.4 Metadata Extensions 3.5 LAB: Import a Source Target Object Definitions 4.1 Target Definitions
  2. 2. 4.2 Target Properties 4.3 Flat File Targets 4.4 Relational Targets 4.5 LAB: Import a Target Mappings 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 5.8 Data Types 5.9 Mapping Validation 5.10 LAB: Create a Working Mapping Workflows 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 Session Monitoring Workflows 7.1 Workflow Monitor Views
  3. 3. 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 Features Debugger 8.1 Debugger Features 8.2 Debugger Windows and Indicators 8.3 Debugger Best Practices 8.4 LAB: Debug the Mapping Filter Transformation 9.1 Filter Functionality 9.2 Filter Properties 9.3 Filter Versus DB Where Clause 9.4 LAB: Create a Filter Transformation, Run Workflow Sorter Transformation 10.1 Sorter Functionality 10.2 Sorter Properties 10.3 Sorter Versus Database Order by Clause Aggregator 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 By
  4. 4. Joiner 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 Aggregator Lookup 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 Lookup Target Options 14.1 Target Properties 14.2 WHERE Clause 14.3 Constraint-Based Loading 14.4 Target SQL Override Best Practices Update 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 Update Router Transformation 16.1 Router Functionality 16.2 Router Groups 16.3 LAB: Use a Router to Delete Rows
  5. 5. 16.4 LAB: Data Driven Versus Session Switches Parameters and Variables 17.1 Parameter Scoping 17.2 System Variables 17.3 Mapping Parameters and Variables 17.4 Variable Functions Unconnected Lookups 18.1 Usage and Techniques 18.2 Advantages 18.3 Functionality 18.4 Conditional Lookups 18.5 LAB: Create an Unconnected Lookup Heterogeneous Targets 19.1 Heterogeneous Target Types 19.2 Target Type Limitations and Conversions 19.3 LAB: Build Heterogeneous Targets Mapplets 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 Mapplet Reusable Transformations 21.1 Transformation Developer 21.2 Rules
  6. 6. 21.3 Promoting and Copying Transformations 21.4 Transformation Developer Best Practices 21.5 LAB: Create and Use a Reusable Transformation Sequence 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 Error 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 Architecture Workflow 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 Workflow Reusable Tasks 25.1 The Command Task 25.2 The Email Task 25.3 Reusable Task Best Practices Non-Reusable Tasks 26.1 The Decision Task 26.2 The Assignment Task
  7. 7. 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 Task Worklets 27.1 Reusable Worklet 27.2 Non-Reusable Worklet 27.3 Worklet Best Practices