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Out put when 2 different connections given at Session level

Out put when 2 different connections given at Session level

Out put when 2 different connections given at Session level

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What will happen when i given connection value (for target) in Mappings tab as well as different connection value for same target in my Parameter file?

And what will be the output if parameter file is empty, where i have defined Mapping Parameter at Mapping level and no initial value is defined?

RE: Out put when 2 different connections given at Session level

srvu

If you are using a Parameter File, you will need to set the connection value in the Session / Mapping Tab to a "$"  variable value. Then, the Parameter file will contain an entry for that "$" value that matches a Connection Name.

If you execute a Session that is set up to use a Parameter File, and the Parameter File does not contain all needed values, the Session will not run. You will get a message... "Missing Initial Value for session parameter", and the "$" variable will be included in the message.

Hope that helps.       

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