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Implement OLAP Lead Function in Informatica

Implement OLAP Lead Function in Informatica

Implement OLAP Lead Function in Informatica

   I want to implement OLAP Lead function in informatica mapping without taking intermediate tables.

Here is the example of requirement.
1      A       20110201
1      B       20110303
1      C       20110306
1      B       20110402
2      A       20110302
2      C       20110304

1      A       20110201    20110303
1      B       20110303    20110306
1      C       20110306    20110402
1      B       20110402    SYSDATE
2      A       20110302    20110304
2      C       20110304    SYSDATE

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RE: Implement OLAP Lead Function in Informatica

I would post this in the Informatica forum. I remember this was possible in a mapping by defining a variable that worked as a semi-cursor. To long ago to remember the details, but on the INFA forum you should find the answer..

Ties Blom

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