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DataStage Essentials for Enterprise Edition


Description: 

This course was formerly course numbers DS324EE / DS434.

Learn how to create complex applications that require the use of standard stages. Gain hands-on experience by building and creating jobs that might be used in a typical solution. Discuss topics that also include DataStage standards, Enterprise Edition (EE) internal engine architecture, in-depth configuration options, and job control solutions. 

Skills Taught:

  • Use standard stages to create a typical application
  • Configure projects to expose underlying generated code
  • Review the underlying generated code
  • Schedule, compile, and run DataStage jobs in a networked hierarchy

Course Materials:

The course materials address DataStage Essentials for Enterprise Edition - Version 7.x

Hands-On Labs:

Several labs are included throughout the delivery to address and reinforce the skills discussed.  

Audience:

This is a basic course for project administrators and ETL developers responsible for data extraction and transformation using DataStage

 

 
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Prerequisite: 

You should have:

  • Knowledge of UNIX or Windows NT administration
  • Knowledge of TCP/IP and basic network principles
  • Data modeling experience
  • Familiarity with Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) and relational database access techniques
 
   
     
Duration: 
4 Days  
     
     

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