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  1. Preface
  2. Introduction to Cloud Integration Hub
  3. Hub administration
  4. Project and Asset Management
  5. Applications
  6. Topics
  7. Data Integration tasks
  8. Publications
  9. Subscriptions
  10. Tracking and monitoring
  11. Cloud Integration Hub REST APIs
  12. Glossary

Cloud Integration Hub

Cloud Integration Hub

Create topic tables

Create topic tables

You can use the following methods to create topic tables:
  • Create a table from a connection. Use this method when the structure of a table in the data domain that the topic represents exists in a connection object. You can use relational, flat file, and Salesforce connections to create topic tables.
  • Create a table from a flat file. Use this method when the structure of a table in the data domain that the topic represents exists in a flat file.
  • Create a table from a metadata file. Use this method when the structure of a table in the data domain that the topic represents exists in a JSON, XML, XLS, or XLSX file. For more information, see Using metadata files to create topic tables.
  • Create a new table. Use this method to define the structure manually if the structure of the table does not exist in a compatible file.
You can use more than one method to create tables in a single topic. For example, create two tables from a flat file, create three tables from a metadata file, and create a new table.
If you add a table or table column to a topic with associated publications or subscriptions, to publish and to consume the additional data, edit the mapping to include the additional table or column. If you do not update the mapping,
Cloud Integration Hub
won't publish the additional data to the publication repository and subscribers won't receive it.