Managing item dependencies in the MDM Repository - 7.3

Talend Data Fabric Studio User Guide

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7.3
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English (United States)
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Data Fabric
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Talend Data Fabric
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Talend Studio
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Design and Development

Most items in the MDM Repository are closely related to each other. Whenever you make changes to a repository item, some other items may also be affected. The close relationships between items in the MDM Repository are called dependencies.

When you save changes to items or import items into the MDM Repository, if the checking of item dependencies in the MDM repository is enabled, their dependencies will be updated automatically. If needed, you can update the item dependencies in the MDM Repository manually.

For more information, see Updating item dependencies manually in the MDM Repository.

To reduce the processing time for large projects, you can also disable the checking of item dependencies in the MDM Repository.

For more information, see Disabling the checking of item dependencies in the MDM Repository.

In case of any problems related to item dependencies, Talend Studio provides warnings and errors concerning dependencies so that you can identify the item dependencies more easily and better understand the relationships between items in the MDM Repository.

For more information about how to view the relevant warnings and errors, see Viewing the warnings and errors related to item dependencies in the MDM Repository.

Moreover, Talend Studio allows you to add item dependencies when you export or deploy MDM repository items.

For more information, see Managing data models and Deploying repository items to the MDM Server.

Talend Studio supports the following dependencies between items:

Item

Dependency

Custom Layout

Data Model

Data Model

Match Rule

Data Model

Role

Data Container

Data Model

View

Data Model

View

Process

Role

Stored Procedure

Role

Trigger

Role

Menu

Role

Custom Layout

Role

Data Container

Role

Data Model

Role

View

Role

Process

Process

Workflow

Process

Job

Process

Data Model

Trigger

Data Model

Trigger

Workflow

Trigger

Job