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Multiple Targets one source

Multiple Targets one source

Multiple Targets one source

I am new to Data Integrator and need some direction on how to create a transformation to multiple tables at once.

We have a shelf product and use Data Integrator to convert old Data of new customers into our system.

We use Btrieve as our database.

My problem is how to create mutiple target records from one source record. For example - We have separate phones table, and the source table may have the phones in the customer record.


RE: Multiple Targets one source

Use a Mulit-mode adapter.  With this, you create multiple Target Record Layouts.  Each layout can be associated to a specific target table when you use a "ClearMapInsert Record" action.  This action is similar to a ClearMapPut, but has an added parameter, "table name".  Check out the Map Designer Help Files for more info on the procedures to do this.

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