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About This Manual
The following table provides information about the main chapters in this document.
Chapter Name
Description
Provides an introduction to the integration components and DataConnect Studio IDE User Interface.
This section provides guidance and best practices for users of Actian DataConnect Studio IDE version 11 to effectively use the design tools and create efficient integration templates and solutions.
Includes information to import Data Integrator v9 and DataConnect v10 projects and artifacts to DataConnect v11.
Includes information to set preferences for map, process, schema, EZscript library, and macros.
Provides information to manage workspaces, projects, and artifacts.
Provides information to create and manage macros and macro sets.
Describes the Process editor that helps you to define integration steps as a flowchart so that you can run the entire workflow sequence as a single unit. Process designs can range in complexity from simple integration flows to parallel processing of large data loads or pushing messages back and forth across message queues.
Describes the use of Map Editor to design the transformation of data from source to target. It includes basic concepts and common transformations.
Provides a reference for the supported source and target connectors.
Provides information to use the Structured Schema editor to set up the data structure of your source or target file. This includes arranging field order, assigning field names, and specifying the data type and size of each field. The resulting meta data is stored as XML-based files that include schema, record recognition rules, and record validation rule information.
Provides information to use Document Schema to build templates for e-document files. You can customize schema subsets for specific EDI Trading Partner and TranType scenarios. In addition to EDI and EDIFACT e-doc types, HL7, HIPAA, and SWIFT data files are also supported.
Provides information about the scripting language that includes functions, operators, statements, variables, object variables, and error objects.
Provides information to validate data in a map and process. Also, provides details to use the DjValidator standalone utility.
Provides information about Extract Editor that allows you to markup unstructured data, extract the required data fields from various lines in the file, and assemble the fields into a flat data record.
Includes information about the Content Extraction Language.
Provides graphical views of how much processor time (in milliseconds) each event or function call uses in your transformation and process designs. It provides performance details on each event, displays function and code modules in histogram, and calls graph formats.
Provides information to use the package manager to create and deploy packages.
Includes information about using the Runtime Engine.
Provides information about the sample projects available with DataConnect.
Provides information about error codes and messages for all integration components.
Provides information to troubleshoot the product.
Includes a list of frequently asked questions about the product.