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Data sources

Within the advanced mappings you can use attributes from the source or target environments.  You can also use the settings defined within the stage data step (also referred to as a profile).  The current action being performed on the object can also be used.

By default, if the name of an attribute is entered with no prefix then it is assumed that you would like to use the value of that attribute from the source environment.

To specify source or target environment the following prefix methods can be used

Source

  • Source or S followed by a period in front of the attribute name returns the value of source object.

    Examples:  Source.DisplayName, S.DisplayName, or DisplayName

Target

  • Target or T followed by a period in front of the attribute name returns the value of target object.

    Examples: Target.DisplayName, T.DisplayName

Settings in Templates or Stage Data Steps (also referred to as a Profile)

  • Profile or P followed by a period in front of a setting name returns the value of a setting in templates or stage data steps.

    Example:  Profile.DefaultPassword returns the default password value from the settings.

Source

Within the advanced mappings you can use attributes from the source or target environments.  You can also use the settings defined within the stage data step (also referred to as a profile).  The current action being performed on the object can also be used.

By default, if the name of an attribute is entered with no prefix then it is assumed that you would like to use the value of that attribute from the source environment.

To specify source or target environment the following prefix methods can be used

Source

  • Source or S followed by a period in front of the attribute name returns the value of source object.

    Examples:  Source.DisplayName, S.DisplayName, or DisplayName

Target

  • Target or T followed by a period in front of the attribute name returns the value of target object.

    Examples: Target.DisplayName, T.DisplayName

Settings in Templates or Stage Data Steps (also referred to as a Profile)

  • Profile or P followed by a period in front of a setting name returns the value of a setting in templates or stage data steps.

    Example:  Profile.DefaultPassword returns the default password value from the settings.

Target

Within the advanced mappings you can use attributes from the source or target environments.  You can also use the settings defined within the stage data step (also referred to as a profile).  The current action being performed on the object can also be used.

By default, if the name of an attribute is entered with no prefix then it is assumed that you would like to use the value of that attribute from the source environment.

To specify source or target environment the following prefix methods can be used

Source

  • Source or S followed by a period in front of the attribute name returns the value of source object.

    Examples:  Source.DisplayName, S.DisplayName, or DisplayName

Target

  • Target or T followed by a period in front of the attribute name returns the value of target object.

    Examples: Target.DisplayName, T.DisplayName

Settings in Templates or Stage Data Steps (also referred to as a Profile)

  • Profile or P followed by a period in front of a setting name returns the value of a setting in templates or stage data steps.

    Example:  Profile.DefaultPassword returns the default password value from the settings.

Settings in Templates or Stage Data Steps (also referred to as a Profile)

Within the advanced mappings you can use attributes from the source or target environments.  You can also use the settings defined within the stage data step (also referred to as a profile).  The current action being performed on the object can also be used.

By default, if the name of an attribute is entered with no prefix then it is assumed that you would like to use the value of that attribute from the source environment.

To specify source or target environment the following prefix methods can be used

Source

  • Source or S followed by a period in front of the attribute name returns the value of source object.

    Examples:  Source.DisplayName, S.DisplayName, or DisplayName

Target

  • Target or T followed by a period in front of the attribute name returns the value of target object.

    Examples: Target.DisplayName, T.DisplayName

Settings in Templates or Stage Data Steps (also referred to as a Profile)

  • Profile or P followed by a period in front of a setting name returns the value of a setting in templates or stage data steps.

    Example:  Profile.DefaultPassword returns the default password value from the settings.

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