End Of Support For IBM InfoSphere 9.1.0

End of Support for IBM InfoSphere Information Server 9.1.0 IBM InfoSphere Information Server 9.1.0 will reach End of Support on 2018-09-30.  If you are still on the InfoSphere Information Server (IIS) 9.1.0, I hope you have a plan to migrate to an 11-series version soon.  InfoSphere Information Server (IIS) 11.7 would be worth considering if you … Continue reading End Of Support For IBM InfoSphere 9.1.0

How to know if your Oracle Client install is 32 Bit or 64 Bit

  How to know if your Oracle Client install is 32 Bit or 64 Bit Sometimes you just need to know if your Oracle Client install is 32 bit or 64 bit. But how do you figure that out? Here are two methods you can try. The first method Go to the %ORACLE_HOME%\inventory\ContentsXML folder and … Continue reading How to know if your Oracle Client install is 32 Bit or 64 Bit

Oracle – How to get a list of user permission grants

Since the Infosphere, information server, repository, has to be installed manually with the scripts provided in the IBM software, sometimes you run into difficulties. So, here’s a quick script, which I have found useful in the past to identify user permissions for the IAUSER on Oracle database’s to help rundown discrepancies in user permissions.   … Continue reading Oracle – How to get a list of user permission grants

What are the Core Capability of Infosphere Information Server?

  Three Core Capabilities of Information Server InfoSphere Information Server (IIS) has three core capabilities: Information Governance Data Integration Data Quality What the Core Capabilities Provide The three-core capability translate in to the high-level business processes: Information Governance - Understand and collaborate Provides a centrally managed repository and approach, which provides: Information blueprints Relationship discovery … Continue reading What are the Core Capability of Infosphere Information Server?

SFDC – Using a timestamp literal in a where clause

Working with timestamp literals in the Infosphere SFDC Connector soql is much like working date literals.  So, here a quick example which may save you some time. SOQL Timestamp String Literals Where Clause Rules Basically, the timestamp pattern is straight forward and like the process for dates, but there are some differences. The basic rules … Continue reading SFDC – Using a timestamp literal in a where clause

SFDC – Using a date literal in a where clause

I found working with date literal, when working with the Infosphere SFDC Connector soql, to be counterintuitive for me.  At least as I, normally, as I use SQL.  I spent a little time running trials in Workbench, before I finally locked on to the ‘where clause’ criteria data pattern.  So, here a quick example. SOQL DATE … Continue reading SFDC – Using a date literal in a where clause

What is the convert function in Datastage?

  What is the convert function in Datastage? In its simplest form, the convert function in Infosphere DataStage is a string replacement operation.  Convert can be used to replace a specific character, a list of characters, or a unicode character (e.g. thumbs Up Sign or Grinning Face). Convert Syntax convert('<<Value to be replaced','<<Replacement value >>',<<Input … Continue reading What is the convert function in Datastage?