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please provide me with a mapping and proper trasnformation in detail

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Source
Id,name
1,Andrew
2,john
3,Robert

Target
detail
((1/Andrew)(2/john)(3/Robert))

please provide solution for the above scenario. Thanks in advance.

posted Jan 21, 2015 by Amit Sharma

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Source -> SQ -> EXP -> Agg -> Target

In Expression Transformation

create 3 ports

ID(I) - ID

Name(I) - Name

V_exp(V) - v_O||'('||ID||'/'|| Name||')'

V_O (V) - V_exp

O_Result(O) - '('||v_exp||')'

Pass above (O) port to aggregator transformation and then to Target

answer Jan 22, 2015 by Shweta Singh
This is not workout..Do you have any alternative solution
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