IBM Transformation Extender Fundamentals - 6J03G

Beschreibung

IBM Transformation Extender performs transformation and routing of data from source systems to target systems in batch and real-time environments. Through a combination of lectures and hands-on lab exercises, this course is intended to teach you how to use the IBM Transformation Extender Design Studio to define, transform, and route business objects and complex flat file data. Specific topics that are covered by the course include an overview of the IBM Transformation Extender product and its features, creating and deploying maps, working with a resource registry, retrieving/updating data from database. Hands-on exercises give you practical experience with skills such as optimizing maps, handling and logging errors, defining data, and indexing output.

After completing this course, students will be able to:
  • Define workspaces and projects that use the Eclipse workbench.
  • Use the Type Designer to define data structures, data properties, and data components as type trees.
  • Validate type trees to ensure that they accurately describe the data.
  • Transform flat files that use the Map Designer.
  • Use type design and mapping techniques to improve validation and throughput.
  • Use the Resource Registry to improve portability between operating environments.
  • Implement error handling.
  • Optimize map performance.

expand_more chevron_right Zielgruppe

This course is intended for:
    This course is intended for programmers and analysts who need to implement data integration and transformation solutions that use IBM Transformation Extender

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This course requires that you meet the following prerequisites:
  • Before taking this course, students should have a basic understanding of data formats and processing logic.
  • Students should have basic knowledge of XML and database insert/query.

expand_more chevron_right Detail-Inhalte

  1. Unit 1. IBM Transformation Extender product overview
  2. Unit 2. Eclipse workbench fundamentals
  3. Exercise 1. Defining workspaces and projects
  4. Unit 3. Defining the data
  5. Exercise 2. Defining the data
  6. Unit 4. Defining properties
  7. Exercise 3. Defining item and group properties
  8. Unit 5. Defining components
  9. Exercise 4. Completing the type tree
  10. Unit 6. Validating data definitions
  11. Exercise 5. Creating a validation map
  12. Unit 7. Type Tree Importer
  13. Exercise 6. Using the COBOL Copybook Importer to create the Type Tree
  14. Unit 8. Building more validation into type tree
  15. Exercise 7. Adding restriction lists and component rules
  16. Exercise 8. Validation concept review
  17. Unit 9. More about mapping
  18. Exercise 9. Indexing an output
  19. Unit 10. Functional maps
  20. Exercise 10. File to file transformation
  21. Exercise 11. Using ASFUNCTION with functional map
  22. Unit 11. More efficient mapping
  23. Exercise 12. Extracting data by using the EXTRACT function and partitions
  24. Exercise 13. Using the COUNT and SUM functions
  25. Exercise 14. Creating a second output file
  26. Exercise 15. Mapping from COBOL to XML
  27. Unit 12. Error handling
  28. Exercise 16. Error handling and logging
  29. Unit 13. Resource Registry
  30. Exercise 17. Using the Resource Registry
  31. Unit 14. Database Interface Designer basics
  32. Exercise 18. Creating a database query file
  33. Exercise 19. Implementing database lookup and inserting data
  34. Exercise 20. Retrieving data from database
  35. Unit 15. Map optimization
  36. Exercise 21. Using the Map Profiler
  37. Exercise 22. Configuring card and map settings
  38. Unit 16. Map deployment
  39. Exercise 23. Generating platform-independent compiled maps

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