Informatica Connector Toolkit Getting Started Guide

Informatica Connector Toolkit Getting Started Guide

Step 5. Define Run-Time Interfaces

Step 5. Define Run-Time Interfaces

Use the run-time interfaces available in C to specify how the MySQL adapter reads and writes comments.
  1. In the Connector Progress view, right-click the project and select RuntimeSet Up.
    The Run-time Implementation wizard appears.
  2. Select Implement in C and click Next.
    The Supported Platforms page appears.
  3. Click Add.
    The Add Platform page appears.
  4. Select NT as the platform.
  5. In the Compile section, click Add. The Add Directory dialog box appears.
    1. Browse to the location that contains the library files required for the MySQL adapter. For example, browse to C:\mysql-connector-c-6.1.5-winx64\mysql-connector-c-6.1.5-winx64\include.
    2. Click OK to add the include paths.
  6. Ensure that Visual Studio is selected as the IDE for the run-time project.
  7. In the Link section, click Add. The Add Library dialog box appears.
    1. Browse to the directory that contains the link library files required for the MySQL adapter. For example, browse to C:\mysql-connector-c-6.1.5-winx64\mysql-connector-c-6.1.5-winx64\lib.
    2. Click OK to add the library paths.
  8. Click OK to return to the Supported Platform page.
  9. Click Finish.
    The Run-time Implementation wizard generates the C project files in the runtime folder.
  10. Use Visual Studio to open the C++ project in the Runtime folder of the table NMO and implement the following functions:
    • INFAADPInitPlugin
    • INFAADPDeinitPlugin
    • INFAADPInitDataSourceOperation
    • INFAADPDeinitDataSourceOperation
    • INFAADPInitdataSession
    • INFAADPDeinitDataSession
    • INFAADPBegindataSession
    • INFAADPEndDataSession
    • INFAADPDisConnect
    • INFAADPConnect
    • INFAADPRead
    • INFAADPWrite
    For more information about these methods, see the Informatica Connector Toolkit API Reference.

Updated May 15, 2019


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