You can generate a ready-to-use Job on the results of a table analysis in which a business rule with a WHERE clause has been added as an indicator. This Job recuperates the valid or invalid rows and writes them in output files or databases.
Prerequisite(s): A table analysis with an SQL business rule has been created and executed. For further information, see How to create a table analysis with a simple SQL business rule.
To generate a Job that recuperates the valid or invalid rows in the analyzed table, do the following:
Follow the steps outlined in How to create a table analysis with a simple SQL business rule to create a table analysis with an SQL business rule.
Execute the table analysis.
In the Analysis Results view, click Business Rule Indicator under the name of the analyzed column.
The generated graphic for the business rule is displayed accompanied with a table that details the matching results.
Right-click the rule line in the result table and select Generate Job.
The [Job Selector] dialog box is displayed.
generate an ELT job to get only valid rows
to generate a Job that uses the Extract Load Transform process to write the valid rows of the analyzed table in an output file
generate an ELT job to get only invalid rows
to generate a Job that uses the Extract Load Transform process to write the invalid rows of the analyzed table in an output file
In this example, select the generate an ETL job to get only invalid rows option. The generated Job will output all the invalid rows in the table. The invalid rows are those that do not match the business rule used in the analysis (customers younger than 18).
In the dialog box, click Finish.
The Integration perspective opens on the generated Job.
The properties of the first component in the Job are predefined according to the database connection used by the table analysis.
If required, use a different output component and define its properties to recuperate the invalid rows in different type of file or in a database for example.
Save your Job and press F6 to execute it.
All rows of customers who are younger than 18 are written in the defined output file.