Users Guide Sybase ETL 4.9
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Contents AP PE ND IX A vi Starting and stopping Sybase ETL Server . Starting Sybase ETL Server. Starting Sybase ETL Server as a Windows system service. Stopping Sybase ETL Server . Command line parameters . Using ETL Server to execute projects and jobs . Executing multiple projects concurrently. INI file settings. Default.ini . Monitoring projects and jobs using a Web browser . Troubleshooting Sybase ETL Server . 218 218 218 219 219 221 222 223 224 226 229 Function Reference . uAvg . uMax . uMin . uBitAnd. uBitOr . uIsAscending. uIsBoolean . uIsDate. uIsDescending . uIsEmpty . uIsInteger . uIsFloat . uIsNull . uIsNumber. uBase64Decode. uBase64Encode. uConvertDate . uFromHex . uToHex. uHexDecode . uHexEncode. uToUnicode. uURIDecode. uURIEncode. Time Strings . Modifiers. Date and time calculations . Known limitations . Date and time function list . uDate. uDateTime. 232 232 232 233 233 234 235 235 236 236 237 237 237 238 238 239 239 241 241 241 242 242 242 242 243 244 245 246 246 248 248 231 Sybase ETL
Contents uDay. uDayOfYear . uHour . uQuarter . uIsoWeek . uJuliandate. uMinute . uMonth . uMonthName. uMonthNameShort . uSeconds . uTime . uTimeDiffMs . uWeek . uWeekday . uWeekdayName. uWeekdayNameShort . uYear. uError . uErrortext . uInfo . uWarning. uTrace . uTracelevel. uFileInfo . uFileRead. uFileWrite . uFormatDate . uGlob. uLike. uMatches. uChoice . uFirstDifferent. uFirstNotNull . uElements . uToken . uCommandLine. uGetEnv . uGuid. uMD5. uScriptLoad . uSetEnv. uSetLocale . uSleep . Users Guide 248 249 249 250 250 251 251 251 252 252 253 253 254 254 254 255 256 256 257 257 258 258 258 259 260 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 266 266 267 267 268 268 269 269 269 270 270 274 vii
Contents uSystemFolder . uHostname. uSMTP . uAbs . uCeil . uDiv . uExp . uFloor . uLn . uLog . uMod . uPow, uPower . uRandom. uRound. uSgn. uSqrt. uEvaluate . uAsc, uUnicode . uChr, uUniChr . uCap. uCon, uConcat . uJoin. uLeft . uLength, uLen . uSubstr, uMid . uLPos . uLower, uLow . uLStuff. uLTrim . uRepeat. uReplace . uReverse. uRight. uRPos . uRStuff . uRTrim . uTrim . uUpper, uUpp. uAcos . uAsin . uAtan. uCos. uSin . uTan . viii 274 279 279 282 282 282 283 283 283 284 284 284 285 285 285 286 286 288 288 289 289 289 290 290 290 291 291 291 292 292 293 293 293 294 294 294 295 295 296 296 296 297 297 297 Sybase ETL
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About This Book Audience This guide is for users of Sybase ETL Development. How to use this book This book contains these chapters: Users Guide Chapter 1, “Sybase ETL,” is an overview of the Sybase ETL architecture and the feature set of Sybase ETL Development and Sybase ETL Server. Chapter 2, “Getting Started,” describes how to get started using Sybase ETL. It familiarizes you with the Sybase ETL Development interface and describes the functions you can perform using the interface. Chapter 3, “Projects and Jobs,” tells you how to create, simulate, and execute projects and jobs. It discusses how to use the simulation mode, and how to use templates to create projects and jobs. Chapter 4, “Advanced Concepts and Tools,” describes the built-in tools that simplify design work. Chapter 5, “Components,” describes the Sybase ETL components that are used to create projects and jobs. Chapter 6, “Sybase ETL Server,” provides information on how to use Sybase ETL Server. Appendix A, “Function Reference,” describes the built-in functions available in Sybase ETL. Appendix B, “Connection Parameters,” describes database configuration options, and provides additional information for some of the supported interfaces. Appendix C, “Using ETL for Slowly Changing Dimensions,” describes slowly changing dimensions (SCDs), including some common SCD scenarios, and explains how to implement these scenarios using Sybase ETL. Appendix D, “Best Practices,” describes recommend
Audience This guide is for users of Sybase ETL Development. How to use this book This book contains these chapters: † Chapter 1, "Sybase ETL," is an overview of the Sybase ETL architecture and the feature set of Sybase ETL Development and Sybase ETL Server. † Chapter 2, "Getting Started," describes how to get started using Sybase ETL.
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