As the tPrejob and tPostjob components simply trigger the connected subjobs and do not have any settings to define, all you need to do is to define the properties of the two tFileDelete components.
About this task
Double-click the first tFileDelete
component to display its Basic settings
Fill in the File name field with the path
to the temporary input file.
If the Fail on error check box is selected while the pre-treatment subjob fails because of errors such as the file to delete does not exist, this failure will prevent the main subjob from being launched. In this situation, you can clear the Fail on error check box to avoid this interruption.
- Specify the same file path in the other tFileDelete component.