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Reset sequence no for indirect file loading after each file load

Reset sequence no for indirect file loading after each file load

Reset sequence no for indirect file loading after each file load

(OP)
Hi,
    In my mapping i use sequnce generator to generate row numbers to load data from .csv file, based on these numbers i will filter out data. Now in workflow i use indirect file load to load multiple files issue is once first file is loaded i want to reset the sequnce number to one else data from other files will never be filtered.

br
atul

RE: Reset sequence no for indirect file loading after each file load

The correct way would be to use a non-reusable seq generator and select the reset option. However, resetting is only achieved when a new session is started.
So obviously you need to spread the loading over multiple sessions..

Ties Blom
 

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