- Double-click the first tFileInputDelimited to display its Basic settings view.
Click the [...] button next to the
File Name field to select the path to
the input file.
The File Name field is mandatory.The input file used in this scenario is Customers.txt. It is a text file that contains a list of names of three other simple text files: Name.txt, E-mail.txt and Address.txt. The first text file, Name.txt, is made of one column holding customers' names. The second text file, E-mail.txt, is made of one column holding customers' e-mail addresses. The third text file, Address.txt, is made of one column holding customers' postal addresses.Fill in all other fields as needed. For more information, see tFileInputDelimited Standard properties. In this scenario, the header and the footer are not set and there is no limit for the number of processed rows.
Click Edit schema to describe the data
structure of this input file. In this scenario, the schema is made of one
Double-click tFlowToIterate to display
its Basic settings view.
Click the plus button to add new parameter lines and define your variables, and click in the key cell to enter the variable name as desired. In this scenario, one variable is defined:
"Name_of_File".Alternatively, you can select the Use the default (key, value) in global variables check box to use the default in global variables.
Double-click the second tFileInputDelimited to display its Basic settings view.
In the File name field, enter the directory of the files to be read, and then press Ctrl+Space to select the global variable "Name_of_File". In this scenario, the syntax is as follows:
"C:/scenario/flow_to_iterate/"+((String)globalMap.get("Name_of_File"))Click Edit schema to define the schema column name. In this scenario, it is RowContent.Fill in all other fields as needed. For more information, see tFileInputDelimited Standard properties.
In the design workspace, select the last component, tLogRow, and click the Component tab to define its basic settings.
Define your settings as needed. For more information, see tLogRow Standard properties.