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Apply Type to All Instances
Applies a reader or writer type to all instances of the same object type in the session. For example, you can apply a relational reader type to all the other readers in the session.
Apply Type to All Partitions
Applies a reader or writer type to all the partitions in a pipeline. For example, if you have four partitions, you can change the writer type in one partition for a target instance. Use this option to apply the change to the other three partitions.
Apply Connection Type
Applies the same type of connection to all instances. Connection types are relational, FTP, queue, application, or external loader.
Apply Connection Value
Apply a connection value to all instances or partitions. The connection value defines a specific connection that you can view in the connection browser. You can apply a connection value that is valid for the existing connection type.
Apply Connection Attributes
Apply only the connection attribute values to all instances or partitions. Each type of connection has different attributes. You can apply connection attributes separately from connection values.
Apply Connection Data
Apply the connection value and its connection attributes to all the other instances that have the same connection type. This option combines the connection option and the connection attribute option.
Apply All Connection Information
Applies the connection value and its attributes to all the other instances even if they do not have the same connection type. This option is similar to Apply Connection Data, but it lets you change the connection type.
Apply Attribute to all Instances
Applies an attribute value to all instances of the same object type in the session. For example, if you have a relational target you can choose to truncate a table before you load data. You can apply the attribute value to all the relational targets in the session.
Apply Attribute to all Partitions
Applies an attribute value to all partitions in a pipeline. For example, you can change the name of the reject file name in one partition for a target instance, then apply the file name change to the other partitions.
Updated July 21, 2022