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Read the Informatica® Release Notes to learn about known limitations and fixes associated with version 10.5. The Release Notes also include information about upgrade paths, EBFs, and limited support, such as technical preview or deferments.
See Informatica® What's New and Changed to learn about new functionality and changes for current and recent product releases. You can also read the important notices for information related to support changes, new products, and release tasks that you might need to perform after you upgrade from a previous version. What's New …
See Informatica® What's New and Changed to learn about new functionality and changes for current and recent product releases. You can also read the important notices for information related to support changes, new products, and release tasks that you might need to perform after you upgrade from a previous version. What's New and …
Follow the instructions in the Data Transformation Getting Started tutorial to learn how to use the Data Processor transformation. The tutorial includes lessons that teach you how to create a Data Processor transformation and how to export the transformation to Informatica PowerCenter®. The tutorial also includes lessons how to create a …
Follow the instructions in the Informatica® Mapping Specification Getting Started Guide to learn how to use Informatica Analyst to create data objects and mapping specifications.
Use the Informatica® Analyst Tool Guide to learn how to discover, define, and review the business logic within Informatica Analyst (the Analyst tool). Learn about the different workspaces where you can manage assets or use assets to support business operations.
Use the Informatica® Developer Tool Guide to learn about the user interface in the Developer tool. Learn how to connect to a Model repository, create connections and data objects, and deploy applications.
Use the Informatica® Developer Transformation Guide to learn about the configuration, guidelines, usage, and run-time behavior of Informatica transformations. Understand how to use transformations in appropriate use cases depending on the environment and run-time engine. View the support for each transformation depending on where …
Use the Informatica® Developer Workflow Guide to learn how to create, run, and administer workflows. Understand workflow concepts so you can run mappings and other tasks in a single operation. Learn how to recover a workflow if it is interrupted or if an error occurs.
Use the Informatica® Mapping Specification Guide to learn how to use Informatica Analyst to create mapping specifications to define the logic for data integration projects within an organization. A mapping specification describes the movement and transformation of data from a source to a target. Mapping specifications are design assets …
Use the Informatica® Data Engineering Integration Mass Ingestion Guide to understand and navigate the user interface in the Mass Ingestion tool. Learn how you can create, deploy, run, and monitor mass ingestion jobs.
See the Informatica® Performance Tuning Guide to learn how to optimize mapping performance. Understand how to identify and eliminate performance bottlenecks within each mapping component.
Read the Informatica Reference Data Guide to learn about the reference data objects and files that you can use in Informatica Developer and Informatica Analyst. You can use reference data to identify, analyze, enhance, or remove values in your source data based on your business needs.
Use the Data Transformation User Guide to learn how to design, configure, test, and deploy the Data Processor transformation. This guide contains detailed reference sections documenting the transformation components and properties. The Data Transformation User Guide is written for developers, analysts, and other Data Transformation users …
Use the Informatica® Administrator Guide to learn how to log into the Administrator tool and understand the user interface. Read on how to configure, manage, and monitor the Informatica domain. Learn about domain architecture and its components, including nodes, services, high availability, connections, and monitoring.
Use the Informatica Application Service Guide to understand the application services in the Informatica domain, and learn how to manage each service. You can also learn about application service management concepts and tasks including configuration, processing behavior, architecture, and performance tuning.
Use the Informatica Security Guide to learn how to enable security in an Informatica domain. Understand how to configure and manage various authentication protocols, including Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, Kerberos, and Security Assertion Markup Language. Learn how to manage users and groups, and how to use permissions, …
Refer to the Informatica® Developer Transformation Language Reference to understand transformation language in the Developer tool. Learn how you can use constants, operators, variables, dates, and functions to transform source data.
Refer to the Informatica® Command Reference for information about the command line programs and utilities, such as infacmd, infasetup, pmcmd, pmpasswd, and pmrep to manage the Informatica domain, application services, and objects. Learn command descriptions, options, and arguments. You can perform much of the command line …
Refer to the Informatica® Database View Reference for information about the views in the Model repository, profiling warehouse, and Business Glossary. Views for each database are grouped into tables that contain their columns, data types, and descriptions of their columns.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create a flat file data object, configure and preview the data object, run a profile on the data object, and then add the data object as a source in a mapping.
In Informatica Developer, add a Web Service Consumer transformation to a mapping when you want to connect to a web service to access or transform data.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create a rule and apply it to a column profile.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create an Aggregator transformation to perform aggregate calculations, such as averages and sums.
In Informatica Developer, concatenate two fields when you want to combine data from two different fields into one field. Use the CONCAT function in an Expression transformation to concatenate the fields. In this demo, we concatenate the first name and last name of each customer to create the full name.
In Informatica Developer, you can connect to the Model repository to create, view, and manage metadata. Each time you open the Developer tool, you must connect to the Model repository to access projects and folders.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create a mapping from a profile and add more objects to the mapping to use it for data quality purposes.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create a mapplet to reuse the same transformation logic in multiple mappings.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create a pass-through mapping to move source data to a target without transforming it.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create a profile on a data source when you want to discover and analyze all data anomalies.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create a reusable transformation that you can use in multiple mappings or mapplets.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create, deploy, and run a workflow.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to add a Sequence Generator transformation to a mapping when you want to generate numeric values or cycle through a sequential range of numbers.
Learn how to import a relational data object in Informatica Developer, preview the data object, and add the data object as a source in a mapping.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to use a Joiner transformation to join source data from two related heterogeneous sources.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to use an Exclusive gateway to make a decision in a workflow.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create and use a mapping parameter to change source and target database connections between mapping runs.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create a Lookup transformation to look up data in a lookup source, such as a flat file or relational table.
In Informatica Analyst Tool, learn how to link a rule asset to a business term, and how to create a rule specification from a rule intent in a business term.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to preview data in a physical data object, preview data midstream in a transformation, customize the data preview options, and export the output data that you previewed.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to add a Notification task to a workflow to send an email during the workflow run.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to use a Sorter transformation to sort data.
In Informatica Developer, learn how to create a Data Processor transformation, create and configure a script with a parser, preview the example source, define the parser, preview the Data Processor transformation, and then add the Data Processor transformation to a mapping.
You can integrate a Model repository with a Perforce, Subversion, or Git version control system. This article discusses how to integrate a Git system with a Model Repository Service in 10.2 HotFix 1.
You can enable users to log into Informatica web applications using single sign-on. This article explains how to configure single sign-on in an Informatica domain using Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) v2.0 and the Citrix NetScaler 13.0 identity provider.
You can tune the hardware and the Hadoop cluster for better performance of Informatica big data products. This article provides tuning recommendations for Hadoop administrators and system administrators who set up the Hadoop cluster and hardware for Informatica big data products.
When you enable secure communication for the Informatica domain, you secure the connection between services and between the services and the service managers. For better security, you can provide a custom SSL key and certificate. This article describes how to create keystore and truststore files in PEM and JKS formats with a custom SSL …