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  1. Abstract
  2. PowerExchange for Amazon Redshift
  3. PowerExchange for Cassandra
  4. PowerExchange for DataSift
  5. PowerExchange for Facebook
  6. PowerExchange for Greenplum
  7. PowerExchange for HBase
  8. PowerExchange for HDFS
  9. PowerExchange for Hive
  10. PowerExchange for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
  11. PowerExchange for LDAP
  12. PowerExchange for LinkedIn
  13. PowerExchange for Microsoft Azure Blob Storage
  14. PowerExchange for Microsoft Azure SQL Data Warehouse
  15. PowerExchange for Microsoft Dynamics CRM
  16. PowerExchange for MongoDB
  17. PowerExchange for Netezza
  18. PowerExchange for OData
  19. PowerExchange for Salesforce
  20. PowerExchange for SAP NetWeaver
  21. PowerExchange for Teradata Parallel Transporter API
  22. PowerExchange for Twitter
  23. PowerExchange for Web Content-Kapow Katalyst

PowerExchange Adapters for Informatica Release Notes

PowerExchange Adapters for Informatica Release Notes

PowerExchange for Cassandra Third-Party Limitations (10.1)

PowerExchange for Cassandra Third-Party Limitations (10.1)

The following table describes third-party known limitations:
CR
Description
460849
If any schema in the Cassandra database contains a user defined type (UDT), the Cassandra ODBC driver does not list the tables from which you can import the metadata.
397187
The Cassandra database does not allow periods in column names. PreSQL or PostSQL queries generated with the SQL Editor fail with a syntax error because the SQL Editor prefixes periods to column names to qualify column names with table names.
Workaround: Do not qualify column names with table names in queries.
397018
The Cassandra database stores values of the Float data type in the exponential format. The value of the Float data type read by the Informatica Cassandra ODBC driver is not the same as the value of the Float data type in the Cassandra database because the Informatica Cassandra ODBC driver maps the Float data type to SQL_Real.