Reading full rows in a delimited file - 7.3


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Data Governance > Third-party systems > File components (Integration) > FullRow components
Data Quality and Preparation > Third-party systems > File components (Integration) > FullRow components
Design and Development > Third-party systems > File components (Integration) > FullRow components
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  1. Create a new Job and add a tFileInputFullRow component and a tLogRow component by typing their names in the design workspace or dropping them from the Palette.
  2. Link the tFileInputFullRow component to the tLogRow component using a Row > Main connection.
  3. Double-click the tFileInputFullRow component to open its Basic settings view on the Component tab.
  4. Click the [...] button next to Edit schema to view the data to be passed onto the tLogRow component. Note that the schema is read-only and it consists of only one column line.
  5. In the File Name field, browse to or enter the path to the file to be processed. In this scenario, it is E:/states.csv.
  6. In the Row Separator field, enter the separator used to identify the end of a row. In this example, it is the default value \n.
  7. In the Header field, enter 1 to skip the header row at the beginning of the file.
  8. Double-click the tLogRow component to open its Basic settings view on the Component tab.
    In the Mode area, select Table (print values in cells of a table) for better readability of the result.
  9. Press Ctrl+S to save your Job and then F6 to execute it.
    As shown above, ten rows of data in the delimited file states.csv are read one by one, ignoring field separators, and the complete rows of data are displayed on the console.
    To extract fields from rows, you must use tExtractDelimitedFields, tExtractPositionalFields, or tExtractRegexFields. For more information, see tExtractDelimitedFields, tExtractPositionalFields and tExtractRegexFields.