Showing posts with label InfoSphere. Show all posts
Showing posts with label InfoSphere. Show all posts

Wednesday, 20 December 2017

How to export the datastage job in individual dsx


This script will export the datastage jobs into individual dsx files as sometimes, we need individual dsx to maintain the code version or syncing it with SVN.

Manually export of each datastage job is quite hectic and boring hence this script :-)

This script requires little bit information from you and set you free for your other chores

Prerequisites for this script -

1. Job List to Export
2. DataStage Client Installation Location
3. DataStage Credential






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Thursday, 20 August 2015

DataStage - A Journey from VMark to IBM




DataStage was conceived at VMark, a spin off from Prime Computers that developed two notable products: UniVerse database and the DataStage ETL tool. The first VMark ETL prototype was built by Lee Scheffler in the first half of 1996[1]. Peter Weyman was VMark VP of Strategy and identified the ETL market as an opportunity. He appointed Lee Scheffler as the architect and conceived the product brand name "Stage" to signify modularity and component-orientation[2]. This tag was used to name DataStage and subsequently used in related products QualityStage, ProfileStage, MetaStage and AuditStage. Lee Scheffler presented the DataStage product overview to the board of VMark in June 1996 and it was approved for development. The product was in alpha testing in October, beta testing in November and was generally available in January of 1997.

VMark acquired UniData in October of 1997 and renamed itself to Ardent Software[3(1)]. In 1999 Ardent Software was acquired by Informix[4(2)] the database software vendor. In April of 2001 IBM acquired Informix and took just the database business leaving the data integration tools to be spun off as an independent software company called Ascential Software[5(3)]. In March of 2005 IBM acquired Ascential Software[6(4)] and made DataStage part of the WebSphere family as WebSphere DataStage. In 2006 the product was released as part of the IBM Information Server under the Information Management family but was still known as WebSphere DataStage. In 2008 the suite was renamed to InfoSphere Information Server and the product was renamed to InfoSphere DataStage.



DataStage Editions
Enterprise Edition: a name give to the version of DataStage that had a parallel processing architecture and parallel ETL jobs.
Server Edition: the name of the original version of DataStage representing Server Jobs. Early DataStage versions only contained Server Jobs. DataStage 5 added Sequence Jobs and DataStage 6 added Parallel Jobs via Enterprise Edition.
MVS Edition: mainframe jobs, developed on a Windows or Unix/Linux platform and transferred to the mainframe as compiled mainframe jobs.
DataStage for PeopleSoft: a server edition with prebuilt PeopleSoft EPM jobs under an OEM arrangement with PeopeSoft and Oracle Corporation.
DataStage TX: for processing complex transactions and messages, formerly known as Mercator.
DataStage SOA: Real Time Integration pack can turn server or parallel jobs into SOA services.