odiDeploy

Imports scenarios generated by the odiBuild operation into an ODI execution repository.

  

Environment/Instance Properties

Property Name

Property Code

Required

Description

ODI Home

FDODI_ODI_HOME

Yes

Fully qualified path to the ODI installation directory.

ODI JDBC Driver Path

FDODI_JDBC_DRIVER_PATH

Yes

Classpath for locating the JDBC Driver.

ODI JDBC URL

FDODI_JDBC_URL

Yes

JDBC Connect String for the ODI Master/Work repositories.

ODI JDBC Driver

FDODI_JDBC_DRIVER

Yes

JDBC Driver to use for connecting to the ODI Master/Work repositories.

ODI Master User

FDODI_MASTER_USER

Yes

Database schema owner of the ODI Master repository.

ODI Master Password

FDODI_MASTER_PASSWORD

Yes

Database password for ODI Master User.

ODI User

FDODI_ODI_USER

Yes

User to connect to ODI instance with (must have SUPERVISOR privileges).

ODI Password

FDODI_ODI_PASSWORD

Yes

Password for ODI User.

ODI Work Repository

FDODI_WORK_REPOSITORY

Yes

The name of the target ODI work repository.

ODI Thread Count

FDODI_THREAD_COUNT

Yes

Thread pool size used for exporting and importing scenarios (default is 5, max is 20).

  

Project Properties

Property Name

Property Code

Required

Description





  

Inputs

Input Name

Input Code

Required

Description





  

Outputs

Output Name

Required

Description




  

Artifacts

This operation consumes the artifacts produced from the odiBuild operation of this plugin, which consists of one or more XML files representing exported ODI scenarios.

  

Endpoint Selection

This operation will select all available endpoints associated to the environment/instance.

  

Endpoint Execution

This operation will randomly execute on one of the endpoints identified during selection.

  

Special Considerations

This deploy operation implements change detection by avoiding importing scenarios which have not been modified, therefore providing increased throughput for builds containing a large number of scenarios. This is accomplished by comparing the update date of source XML scenarios against the target repository, and taking care to preserve the update dates from the source repository.

Note that a deployment request marked Force Deploy will deploy all scenarios contained in the build independent of whether they match what is in the target repository.

If scenarios identified during build are linked to scenario folders, those folders are automatically exported (without children) and stored as part of the build artifacts.  During deployment, any scenario folders in the build artifacts are imported (insert only) into the target folder.  In order for scenarios to be linked correctly in the target repository, any existing scenario folders in the target must have the same global id as the the same folder on the source.  If the folder was created manually on the target, but with the same name as the source, the deployment will not create the scenario folder and the scenario will be imported without being linked.  This feature is only available for ODI 12.2+.