In this basic scenario made of three components, a tRowGenerator creates random entries (id to be incremented). The input hits a tWarn component which triggers the tLogCatcher subjob. This subjob fetches the warning message as well as standard predefined information and passes them on to the tLogRow for a quick display of the log data.
Drop a tRowGenerator, a tWarn, a tLogCatcher and a tLogRow from the Palette, on your design workspace
Connect the tRowGenerator to the tWarn component.
Connect separately the tLogCatcher to the tLogRow.
On the tRowGenerator editor, set the random entries creation using a basic function:
On the tWarn Component view, set your warning message, the code the priority level. In this case, the message is "this is a warning'.
For this scenario, we will concatenate a function to the message above, in order to collect the first value from the input table.
On the Basic settings view of tLogCatcher, select the tWarn check box in order for the message from the latter to be collected by the subjob.
Click Edit Schema to view the schema used as log output. Notice that the log is comprehensive.
Press F6 to execute the Job. Notice that the Log produced is exhaustive.