Select the tDBRow_1 to fill
in the DB Basic settings.
In Property type as well in
Schema, select the relevant DB entry in the
The DB connection details and the table schema are accordingly
Propagate the properties and schema details onto the other components of
The query being stored in the Metadata
area of the Repository, you can also select
Repository in the Query type field and the relevant query entry.
If you didn't store your query in the Repository, type in the following SQL statement to alter the database
entries: drop index <index_name> on <table_name>.
Select tDBRow_2 component,
check the DB properties and schema.
Type in the SQL statement to recreate an index on the table using the
following statement: create index <index_name> on <table_name>
The tRowGenerator component is used to
generate automatically the columns to be added to the DB output table
Select the tDBOutput_1
component and fill in the DB connection properties either from
the Repository or manually the DB connection details are specific for this use
only. The table to be fed is named: comprehensive.
The schema should be automatically inherited from the data flow
coming from the tRowGenerator. Edit the schema
to check its structure and check that it corresponds to the schema expected on the DB
The Action on table is None and the Action on
data is Insert.
No additional Columns is required for this job.