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Tips & Tricks

Data Migration jobs may be configured for different purposes and in a great variety of combinations. FNDMIG can serve both as a Interface Tool, handling flat files in/out, as well as being a dynamic Migration Tool.
Below you will find shortcuts to the main areas that the tool covers, with examples and recommendations on how to solve specific challenges.

How To:

File Migrations

  1. Handle error-messages and debug info  >>
  2. Use conversion lists to transform external data to IFS values  >>
  3. Read data from db-links, JOINs updating multiple LUs  >>
  4. Create a Job Chain, with extended error-handling  >>
  5. Make advanced Method List setup; calling any procedure or function  >>
  6. Make advanced Method List setup; defining conditions for method execution + tailor-made error message  >>
  7. Make advanced Method List setup; parsing variables between methods, using TechnicalObjectReference  >>
  8. Use Data Migration Utility jobs >>
  9. Make advanced Method List setup; using dedicated LU for updating tables directly, parse ATTR-string  >>
  10. Check the dynamic procedure >>