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SharePlex 8.6.6 - Preinstallation Checklist

Target specifications in a configuration file

The following table shows how to specify a target table or non-table target in a configuration file.

Target Target Specification Description
Database table tgt_owner.table

The fully qualified name of a database table.

Database sequence

tgt_owner.sequence

The fully qualified name of a sequence.

File !file[:tgt_owner.table]

The !file designator directs Post to write change operations to a file in SQL or SML format. The file name is applied internally by SharePlex.

Optionally, you can specify the fully qualified name of a target table if the data will be consumed by a process that ultimately applies it to a database table.

See Configure Replication to a SQL or XML file target.

JMS !jms[:tgt_owner.table]

The !jms designator directs Post to write change operations to a JMS queue or topic in XML format. The queue or topic name can be defined by using the target command.

Optionally, you can specify the fully qualified name of a target table if the data will be consumed by a process that ultimately applies it to a database table.

See Configure Replication to a JMS target.

Kafka

!kafka[:tgt_owner.table]

The !Kafka designator directs Post to write change operations to a Kafka topic in XML format. The topic name can be defined by using the target command.

Optionally, you can specify the fully qualified name of a target table if the data will be consumed by a process that ultimately applies it to a database table.

See Configure Replication to a Kafka target.

Change history table

!cdc:tgt_owner.table

The !cdc designator directs Post to insert every data change to the table as a new row, rather than overlay the old data with new data. Specify the fully qualified name of the change history table.

See Configure replication to maintain a change history target.

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