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Data Processor Transformation

Data Processor Transformation

This section describes new Data Processor transformation features.

Data Transformation Libraries

Data Transformation libraries contain predefined transformation components for a range of industry messaging standards. The Data Processor transformation uses a Library object to transform an industry messaging type input into a different format, such as an XML output document, or from an XML input to an industry message output.
The Library object contains many objects and components, such as Parsers, Serializers, and XML schemas, preset to transform the industry standard input and specific application messages into XML or other output. Some libraries contain additional objects for message validation, acknowledgments, and diagnostic displays. You can also customize the properties and validation settings of the Library object.
You can create Library objects for the DTCC-NTCC, EDIFACT, EDI-X12, HIPAA, HL7, and SWIFT libraries.
For more information, see the
Informatica Data Transformation 10.0 User Guide
and the
Informatica Data Transformation 10.0 Libraries Guide
.

Complex File Reader without a Streamer

You can use the Complex File Reader without a Streamer as the start-up component in a Data Processor transformation that receives the input.
For more information, see the
Informatica Data Transformation 10.0 User Guide
.

Pass-Through Ports with Custom Data Types

Data Processor transformations can include pass-through ports with custom data types.
For more information about custom data types, see the
Informatica Developer 10.0 User Guide
.

RunMapplet Statement for XMap

You can define a RunMapplet mapping statement to call a mapplet from an XMap in a Data Processor transformation. One or more MappletInput and MappletOutput statements can be nested under the RunMapplet statement. Values are mapped to the mapplet input ports in the same order that they are listed in the MappletInput statements. The values in the mapplet outlet ports are mapped to the MappletOutput statement in the same order that they are listed in the mapplet ports.
For more information, see the
Informatica Data Transformation 10.0 User Guide
.

Script Mode Editing

You can edit a Script for the Data Processor transformation with an external editor. For example, you can perform a global find and replace operation with an external editor.
For more information, see the
Informatica Data Transformation 10.0 User Guide
.


Updated May 28, 2019