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Port to Port mapping using Mapping Architect for Visio in Informatica

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I have almost 40 mappings to be created with similar structure. Instead of creating them individually, I was considering that I generate a template in Visio and then generate the mappings using the mapping template.

However, the column names in my source and targets are not consistent. Can I get a drop down while generating the mappings as we get while generating SCD mappings using templates?

Thanks a lot.

posted May 15, 2014 by Madhavi Kumari

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