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Pushdown optimization $pushdownconfig parameter – Informatica

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Depending on the database workload, you might want to use source-side, target-side, or full pushdown optimization at different times. For example, use source-side or target-side pushdown optimization during the peak hours of the day, but use full pushdown optimization from midnight until 2 a.m. when database activity is low.

To use different pushdown optimization configurations at different times, use the $$PushdownConfig mapping parameter. The parameter lets you run a session using the different types of pushdown optimization. The settings in the $$PushdownConfig parameter override the pushdown optimization settings in the session properties.

Complete the following steps to configure the mapping parameter:

1.    Create $$PushdownConfig in the Mapping Designer.

2.    When you add the $$PushdownConfig mapping parameter in the Mapping Designer, use the following values:

Precision or Scale
Initial Value

3.    When you configure the session, select $$PushdownConfig for the Pushdown Optimization attribute.

4.    Define the parameter in the parameter file

Enter one of the following values for $$PushdownConfig in the parameter file:

Integration Service processes all transformation logic for the session.
Source [Seq View Conn]
Integration Service pushes as much of the transformation logic to the source database as possible.
Target [Seq View Conn]
Integration Service pushes as much of the transformation logic to the target database as possible.
Full [Seq View Conn]
Integration Service pushes as much of the transformation logic to the source and target databases as possible. The Integration Service processes any transformation logic that it cannot push to a database.

Optionally, specify one or more of the following options:

Seq. Allows the Integration Service to create a sequence object in the database.

View. Allows the Integration Service to create a view object in the database.

Conn. Indicates that the database user of the active database has read permission on the idle database, which is required to push transformation logic to the active database.

For example, enter ‘Full View Conn’ to use full pushdown optimization, enable the creation of view objects in the active database, and indicate that the active database has read permission on the idle database.


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