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  1. Preface
  2. Components
  3. API collections
  4. Business services
  5. File listeners
  6. Fixed-width file formats
  7. Hierarchical schemas
  8. Intelligent structure models
  9. Refining intelligent structure models
  10. Mapplets
  11. Saved queries
  12. Shared sequences
  13. User-defined functions

Components

Components

Mapplets in Data Integration Elastic

Mapplets in
Data Integration Elastic

If your organization uses
Data Integration Elastic
, the Mapplet Designer helps you create and validate mapplets for both
non-elastic
and
elastic mappings
.
You can perform the following tasks in the Mapplet Designer:
Filter transformations by mapping type.
You can filter the transformations in the transformation palette by mapping type.
For example, if you create a mapplet to use in an
elastic mapping
, you can filter the transformation palette to show the transformations that are applicable in an
elastic mapping
.
View expression validation for multiple mapping types.
The expression editor validates the expression for both
non-elastic
and
elastic mappings
. The expression editor shows a different number of validation messages based on the processing differences between the mapping types.
If the expression is valid or the validation error is the same for both mapping types, the expression editor shows one validation message. If the expression is valid for only one mapping type or the validation errors are different, the expression editor shows multiple validation messages.
Validate the mapplet for multiple mapping types.
The
Validation
panel shows tabs for both
non-elastic
and
elastic mappings
. You can resolve errors on each tab based on the mapping type where you want to use the mapplet.
For example, if you create a mapplet to use in an
elastic mapping
, you must resolve the validation errors on the
Elastic Mapping
tab. The mapplet can be invalid for a
non-elastic mapping
.
If the mapplet contains no validation errors on the
Mapping
or
Elastic Mapping
tab, you can use the mapplet in either mapping type.
The following table lists the mapplet states and the mapping types where you can use the mapplet based on the error details in the
Validation
panel:
Mapplet state
Can be used in
non-elastic mappings
Can be used in
elastic mappings
Valid
Yes
Yes
Invalid
No
No
Valid for mappings
Yes
No
Valid for
elastic mappings
No
Yes

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