wizard, enter properties to define a PowerExchange CAPX data source.
The extraction type. The options are:
. Start the extraction from the point where the last extraction ended, either by restart tokens for z/OS, or by checkpoint timestamps for i5/OS.
. Restart the extraction from the start point of the last extraction. This option enables you to run the same extraction multiple times.
Corresponding ODBC Parameter: CAPXTYPE
The capture image type. The options are:
. Captures the before image data, before the latest change, and the after image data, after the latest change. The before image data is shipped with an action character forcing the deletion of the record. The after image data, which includes the change data, is in the format of an insert operation.
. Captures the after image data only.
. Captures the before and after image data, as it occurs. The before image data enables the application to ensure that no changes occurred in the record since the request. The after image data appears as an update operation. The update is a full image, but the application that captures this change can change the target record rather than delete it and insert a new record, as occurs with a BA.
Corresponding ODBC Parameter: CAPXIMAGETYPE
Overrides the fully qualified DB2 for i5/OS library and table name specified in the PowerExchange capture registration.
Corresponding ODBC Parameter: DBQUAL1
Overrides the name of the DB2 for i5/OS instance specified in the PowerExchange capture registration.
Corresponding ODBC Parameter: DBQUAL2
Overrides the default database connection specified in CAPI_CONNECTION statement in the DBMOVER configuration file.
To point to the relevant data source, specify the value in the NAME parameter of the CAPI_CONNECTION statement in the DBMOVER configuration file.
Corresponding ODBC Parameter: DTLCONN_OVR
Overrides the schema name specified in an extraction map.
Maximum length is 128 characters. No spaces are allowed.