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Importing atl file into repository using script.

RepoServerName=$1

RepoDatabaseName=$2

DatabaseType=$3

RepoUserName=$4

RepoPassword=$5

ATLFileName=$6

al_engine -S$RepoServerName -Q$RepoDatabaseName -N$DatabaseType -U$RepoUserName -P$RepoPassword  -f$ATLFileName

ex:-

al_engine -S ORADB11 -Q ORACLE -N ORACLE -U BODI_REP -P BODI_REP -F EXPORT.ATL

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5 comments on “How to import atl into repository using al_engine

  1. Please tell me actual perpose of al_engine , AL_RWJobLauncher.exe …

    can you post a separate post here with the details ….what are those ….what is the perpose and when to use what ?.

  2. Hi Sudheer,
    Can you please explain about ATL files? and Purpose of this file.?
    Can we direct import ATL job file into project in designer.?

    Thanks in Adv

    • Can you please explain about ATL files? and Purpose of this file.?
      Every tools generates its own language and so as BODI/DS generates ATL for all its objects(Jobs, Workflows, Dataflows, etc.,). I belive ATL stands for Acta Transformation Language, BODI/DS formerly known as Acta Data Integrator(probably the ATL name has came from that).

      Can we direct import ATL job file into project in designer.?
      Yes, you can import .atl files using designer or batch/shell scripts

      Hope this helps!
      Cheers,
      Sudheer Sharma

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