In This Document, we will look into different Designer Components.

1. Project Area:

     Project Area shows you the Projects that are available. Project consists a Set of Jobs.

2. Workspace:

     This is the area where you can define or Modify Objects.

3. Local Object Library:

     It will display all Local repository Objects including Projects, Dataflows, WorkFlows, DataStores, Transforms, Formats etc.

4. Tool Palette:

     Tool Palette includes buttons of different objects and allows you to create new objects in workspace.

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Tool Palette:

     Tool Palette includes buttons of different objects and allows you to create new objects in workspace.

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Object Hierarchy:

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Project:

     Project is a high level object in Designer window.

Job:

     Job is a smallest unit of work that you can schedule independently.

WorkFlow:

     WorkFlows are optional. You can have multiple DataFlows in a single workflow.

     WorkFlows can be emebedded within another workflows.

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DataFlow:

     DataFlow is a process in which source data is tranformed into Target.

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Datastore:

     Datastore connects the DataServices to Source and Target Databases.

Local Object Library:

    Local Object Library displays all the available objects that belongs to different groups such as:

     Projects

     Jobs

     Work Flows

     Data Flows

     Transforms

     Datastores

     Formats

     Custom Functions

   

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