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Audience

This is a basic course for project administrators and ETL developers responsible for data extractions and transformations using DataStage.


Prerequisites

You should have:

  • Basic knowledge of the Windows operating system.
  • Some familiarity with database access techniques.


Objectives

This course is designed to introduce ETL developers to DataStage 9.1.

Course objectives include:

  • Describe the uses of DataStage and the DataStage workflow.
  • Describe the Information Server architecture and how DataStage fits within it.
  • Describe the Information Server and DataStage deployment options.
  • Use the Information Server Web Console and the DataStage Administrator client to create DataStage users and to configure the DataStage environment.
  • Import and export DataStage objects to a file.
  • Import table definitions for sequential files and relational tables.
  • Design, compile, run, and monitor DataStage parallel jobs.
  • Design jobs that read and write to sequential files.
  • Describe the DataStage parallel processing architecture.
  • Design jobs that combine data using joins and lookups.
  • Design jobs that sort and aggregate data.
  • Implement complex business logic using the DataStage Transformer stage.
  • Debug DataStage jobs using the DataStage PX Debugger.
  • Read and write to database tables using DataStage ODBC and DB2 Connector stages.
  • Work with the Repository functions such as search and impact analysis.
  • Build job sequences that controls batches of jobs.
  • Understand how FastTrack and Metadata Workbench can be profitably used with DataStage.


Duration

4 days.


Topics

Unit 1 - Introduction to DataStage.
Unit 2 - Deployment.
Unit 3 - DataStage Administration.
Unit 4 - Working with Metadata.
Unit 5 - Creating Parallel Jobs.
Unit 6 - Accessing Sequential Data.
Unit 7 - Partitioning and Collecting.
Unit 8 - Combining Data.
Unit 9 - Group Processing Stages.
Unit 10 - Transformer Stage.
Unit 11 - Repository Functions.
Unit 12 - Working with Relational Data.
Unit 13 - Job Control.
Unit 14 - Intersecting with Other Information Server Products.

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