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  1. Preface
  2. Workday Connector
  3. Workday connections
  4. Workday operations
  5. Mappings and mapping tasks with Workday
  6. Appendix A: Workday data type reference
  7. Appendix B: General considerations when using Workday V2 Connector
  8. Appendix C: Workday target approaches

Workday V2 Connector

Workday V2 Connector

Workday advanced source properties in mappings

Workday advanced source properties in mappings

In a mapping, you can configure a Web Services transformation to include a business service with the specified Workday read or write operation. In the Mapping Designer, you can configure advanced properties on the
Advanced
tab in the Web Services transformation.
To optimize performance, configure the cache size of the request and response groups and other advance properties in a Web Services transformation.
The following table describes the advanced properties that you can configure in a Web Service transformation:
Property
Description
Cache Size for Web Service Request (KB)
Memory available for the web service request. If the web service request contains many rows or columns, you might want to increase the cache size. Default is 100 KB.
Cache Size for Web Service Response (KB)
Memory available for the web service response. If the web service response contains many rows or columns, you might want to increase the cache size. Default is 100 KB.
Allow Input Flush
When enabled, the Web Service transformation creates the request or response when it has all the data for a group. Configure the mapping so that the transformation receives data that is sorted by group.
When not enabled, the Web Service transformation stores the data in memory and creates the request or response after it receives data for all the groups.
Transaction Commit Control
Control to commit or roll back transactions based on the set of rows that pass through the transformation. Use the transaction commit control if you have a large amount of data and you want to control how it is processed.