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SUN SEEBEYOND
eTL™ INTEGRATOR USER’S GUIDE
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Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction 7
About This Document 7
What’s in This Document 7
Intended Audience 8
Text Conventions 8
Screenshots 8
Related Documents 8
Sun Microsystems, Inc. Web Site 9
Documentation Feedback 9
Chapter 2
Overview of eTL Integrator 10
About eTL Integrator 10
Support File Formats 11
Supported Data Types 11ted Operators and Data Types 12
Supported Databases 12
Collaboration Support 12
eWay Properties Support 12
New Features in this Release 12
Support for Invoking Custom Functions in eTL Transformation 13
Support for Accessing Data Sources through the JDBC eWay 13
Chapter 3
Installing eTL Integrator 14
System Requirements 14
Supported Operating Systems 14
Required Java CAPS Products 14
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Supported Java CAPS Products 15
Installing eTL Integrator and Sample Projects 15
Updating Enterprise Designer for eTL Integrator 16
Deploying the eTL Enterprise Manager Plug-in 17
Chapter 4
Building and Deploying eTL Projects 18
Quick Start Guide to Building eTL Projects 18
Creating Java CAPS Projects 19
Creating Flat File Database Definitions 19
Creating Database OTDs 24
Creating eTL Collaboration Definitions 24
Viewing Flat File Database Definitions 27
Creating Business Processes (eInsight Only) 28
Creating eTL Connectivity Maps 30
Adding Connectivity Map Components 30
Linking Connectivity Map Components 31
Configuring the External Applications 32
Creating Java CAPS Environments for eTL Projects 33
Configuring the Flat File Database External Application 34
Creating Deployment Profiles 35
Chapter 5
Building Business Logic for eTL Projects 37
Opening eTL Collaborations for Editing 37
Using the eTL Collaboration Editor 38
Selecting Tables for Existing Collaborations 40
Displaying SQL Code 41
Collaboration Execution Strategies 42
Execution Strategy Selection 43
Direct/Simple 43
One Pass 43
Staging 44
Pipeline 44
Forcing Execution Strategies for Collaborations 44
Changing the Database URL for Design Time 45
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Extracting Data 46
Filtering Source Data with Runtime Inputs 46
Passing Flat Filenames at Runtime Inputs 48
Extracting Source Data with Conditions and Validations 48
Setting the Batch Size for Joined Tables 50
Using Subqueries 51
Setting Join Conditions 51
Using Table Aliases with Multiple Source Table Views 52
Transforming Data 55
Transformation Operators 55
Data Cleansing Operators 55
SQL-specific Operators 56
Date Operators 57
Number Operators 57
String Operators 58
Comparison Operators 59
Validation Operators 60
Modeling Complex Transformations 61
Applying Parenthesis to Expressions 61
Cascading Operators 61
Joining Heterogeneous Source Data 61
Dynamic Values in eTL Collaborations 62
Loading Data 62
Runtime Output Arguments 62
Configuring Loading Options for Target Tables 62
Using Auto Mapping 65
Mapping Multiple Targets 65
Support for JDBC eWay 66
Support for User Defined Functions 66
Chapter 6
Tutorial: Building eTL Projects 70
Installation Requirements 70
Creating Source and Target Sample Files 70
Creating the Customer Order Source File 71
Creating the Inventory Source File 71
Creating the Exceptions Target File 71
Creating the Project and Database Definitions 72
Creating the Project and Customer Order Definition 72
Creating the Inventory Database Definition 76
Creating the Target Database Definition 79
Creating the eTL Collaboration 81
Creating the eTL Collaboration Logic 84
Joining the Source Tables 84
Mapping Source Records to Target Records 88
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Validating and Testing the Collaboration 89
Creating the Connectivity Map 91
Creating the eTL Environment 93
Creating the Deployment Profile 94
Chapter 7
Managing Runtime eTL Projects 96
Reconfiguring Runtime Projects 96
Reconfiguring Project Properties 96
Modifying DB2 Catalog and Schema Configurations at Runtime 97
Monitoring eTL Collaborations 98
Log Files and Alerts 100
Appendix A
Data Type and Operator Support 101
Supported Data Types 101
Operator/Database Support 102
Index 106
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Chapter 1
Introduction
This chapter provides an overview of this user’s guide, including its contents and
writing conventions.
What’s in This Chapter
About This Document on page 7
Related Documents on page 8
Sun Microsystems, Inc. Web Site on page 9
Documentation Feedback on page 9
1.1 About This Document
This section describes the contents of this document as well as its conventions and
intended audience.
1.1.1 What’s in This Document
This guide contains the following information:
Chapter 2 “Overview of eTL Integrator” on page 10 provides an overview of
eTL™ Integrator and provides a brief overview of the steps necessary to build and
deploy eTL Projects.
Chapter 3 “Installing eTL Integrator” on page 14 describes how to install eTL
Integrator, its documentation, and its sample Projects.
Chapter 4 “Building and Deploying eTL Projects” on page 18 describes how to
build eTL Projects.
Chapter 5 “Building Business Logic for eTL Projects” on page 37 describes how
to build the business logic for eTL Projects.
Chapter 6 “Tutorial: Building eTL Projects” on page 70 describes provides a
tutorial for the step-by-step process of creating Projects with eTL Collaborations.
Chapter 7 “Managing Runtime eTL Projects” on page 96 describes how to
monitor and reconfigure deployed eTL Projects.
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Chapter 1 Section 1.2
Introduction Related Documents
1.1.2 Intended Audience
This user’s guide is intended for Java™ Composite Application Platform Suite (CAPS)
Project developers who have experience with Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL)
concepts and SQL.
1.1.3 Text Conventions
The following conventions are observed throughout this document.
Table 1 Text Conventions
Text Convention Used For Examples
Bold Names of buttons, files, icons, Click OK.
parameters, variables, methods, On the File menu, click Exit.
menus, and objects Select the eGate.sar file.
Monospaced Command line arguments, code java -jar filename.jar
samples; variables are shown in
bold italic
Hypertext links within Blue bold See Text Conventions on page 8
document
Hypertext links for Web Blue underlined http://www.sun.com
addresses (URLs) or email
addresses
1.1.4 Screenshots
Depending on what products you have installed, and how they are configured, the
screenshots in this document may differ from what you see on your system.
1.2 Related Documents
For more information about eGate™ Integrator, eInsight™ Partner Manager, and the
eWays™ used for the sample Projects, refer to the following documents:
Sun Java Composite Application Platform Suite Installation Guide
Sun SeeBeyond eGate Integrator User’s Guideator System Administrator Guide
Sun SeeBeyond eInsightBusiness Process Manager User’s Guide
Sun SeeBeyond File eWay Intelligent Adapter User’s Guide
Sun SeeBeyond DB2 Universal Database eWay Intelligent Adapter User’s Guide
Oracle eWay Intelligent Adapter User’s Guide
Sybase eWay Intelligent Adapter User’s Guide
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SQL Server eWay Intelligent Adapter User’s Guide
1.3 Sun Microsystems, Inc. Web Site
The Sun Microsystems web site is your best source for up-to-the-minute product news
and technical support information. The site’s URL is:
http://www.sun.com
1.4 Documentation Feedback
We appreciate your feedback. Please send any comments or suggestions regarding this
document to:
CAPS_docsfeedback@sun.com
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Chapter 2 Section 2.1
Overview of eTL Integrator About eTL Integrator
Chapter 2
Overview of eTL Integrator
This chapter provides an overview of eTL Integrator.
What’s in This Chapter
About eTL Integrator on page 10
Support File Formats 11
Supported Data Types on page 11
Supported Databases on page 12
Collaboration Support on page 12
eWay Properties Support on page 12
2.1 About eTL Integrator
Extraction, Transform, and Load (ETL) is a data integration methodology that extracts
data from data sources, transforms and cleanses the data, then loads the data in a
uniform format into one or more target data sources.
eTL Integrator provides high-volume extraction and loading of tabular data sets for
Java CAPS Projects, or as a standalone product. You can use eTL Integrator to acquire a
temporary subset of data for reports or other purposes, or acquire a more permanent
data set for the population of a data mart or data warehouse. You can also use eTL for
database type conversions or to migrate data from one database or platform to another.
eTL Integrator applies the following ETL methodology:
1 Extraction: the input data is extracted from data sources. Using eTL Integrator, the
data can be filtered and joined from multiple, heterogeneous sources, which results
in a desired subset of data suitable for transformation.
2 Transformation: eTL Integrator applies the operators specified for the process to
transforms and cleanse the data to the desired state.
3 Load: The transformed data is loaded into one or multiple databases or data
warehouses.
Figure 1 shows the integration between eTL Integrator and other Java CAPS products.
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