|Tool Name||Data Services (BODI/BODS)|
|Tool Web Site||http://www.sap.com/products/data-services.html|
|Supported Methodology||[Data Integration] Multi-Model, ETL (Source and Target Data Stores) via JDBC API|
Import tool: SAP Data Services (BODI/BODS) 4.x (http://www.sap.com/products/data-services.html)
Import interface: [Data Integration] Multi-Model, ETL (Source and Target Data Stores) via JDBC API from SAP Data Services (BODI/BODS)
Import bridge: 'SapBoDataServices' 10.0.1
This bridge imports the summary lineage metadata from BODI repository.
The bridge tries to resolve table owner name into physical schema name, based on aliasses of datastore configuration.
For example: If we have table T_1 with owner name t_1_owner, and configuration contains alias t_1_owner -> my_schema.
Then the table T_1 would be placed in schema: my_schema.
Ensure that the user has permissions to perform SELECT from SAP tables: AL_COLMAP_TEXT,AL_COLMAP,AL_LANGTEXT,AL_LANG
|Driver location||Enter the location of the jdbc jar files for the underlying database type. E.g., for SQL Server you may use sqljdbc42.jar. You may specify any directory you have permissions to read from.||STRING||Mandatory|
|JDBC URL|| Enter the jdbc url where SAP Repository Data Base is running.
|User||Enter the user name on whose behalf the connection is being made. This username should have permissions to execute SELECT statements on the AL_COLMAP_TEXT and AL_COLMAP tables. It should NOT be a SAP DataServices native user. It must be a database user.||STRING||Mandatory|
|Password||The user's password on whose behalf the connection is being made||PASSWORD||Mandatory|
|Data Flows|| Description: you can specify a list of data flows to import.
When the list is empty all available data flows are imported.
The list can have one or more data flow names separated by semicolons (e.g. dataflow1; dataflow2).
Patterns support inclusions and exclusions.
Here is an example of inclusion syntax, "A%; %B; %C%; D" that tries to get data flow names that:
- start with A or
- end with B or
- contain C or
- equal D
To exclude a pattern prefix it with 'NOT'. Here is an example of exclusion syntax, "A%; %B; NOT %SYS; NOT 'SYS%'"
that contributes to the following SQL filter: "where (name like A% or name like %B) and (name not like %SYS) and (name not like 'SYS%')"
|Miscellaneous||Additional parameters for debug purposes.
Use Statistics=<Statistics_file_path> to produce ETL import statistics, e.g.:
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