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Transformation Extender to provide Map Coverage in a similar way Sonar provides code coverage.
We would like to have a tool, similar to the code coverage tools that they have for traditional code, available for ITX maps.
This functionality must be invokable both through the graphical map design tooling and available ...
Override CURRENTDATETIME value by run parameter
Our team wants to build automatic regression tests for continous integration and simplifying release changes. Also the tests would be repeatable. The outputs in between two runs are different if the output contains an CURRENTDATETIME function. We ...
Integrating Websphere Service Registry and Repository With Webspher Transformation Extender (WTX)
Integration WTX with WSRR functionality in wtx
add -L parameter to RUN()
Looks like the -L parameter is currently only available in Command Server on Non-Windows platforms. When I try to call RUN("submap", "-L") in a map, I only get a generic error message ("Error detected in running map, exiting.") Our migration from ...
WTX/ITX Oracle adapter - automatic failover implementation
We are using the WTX/ITX Oracle adapter for our connection with an Oracle Exadata database.
In case of database failure, Exadate switch automaticly to the second cluster node.
>> Problem :
At the switch time, all running maps faile w...
automapper should also work with same input/output types
It is a common pattern to work twice on a output card, e.g.:- when the output should also include summarized amounts of several output records that need to be built/calculated first- when the header should announce how many records will follow Now...
Autmoapper from output to output
The automapper is very useful, but only does input to output. In some cases, we need to prepare mapping in one output card, and enrich it later in a following output card. Currently, it can be done but needs some cards copy and moving, and this wo...
enhanced PARSE function
In order to use the new PARSE function as a replacement for the old RUN(submap) constructs, the PARSE function should have similar behavior as RUN(submap). This essentially requires 2 enhancements: 1.) We need to pass arguments to PARSE like "-F21...
A new WARN() function, which would work similar to FAIL()
I propose a new function WARN(), which would work in a similar way to FAIL() and end the map with a specific warning code.
Create multiple indexes in one shot
When developing and working with item(s), it could be interesting to create several indexes of an item in one shot. This is to avoid using the "add index" function again and again (which is time consuming)
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