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Unable to insert SQL Server 'money' column to new table

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I have a simple mapping that reads data from a SQL Server table with a column of type 'money'. The column is mapped to another table with the column of type decimal 19,4. (Informatica converts type money to type decimal 19,4.) When running the workflow, no rows are inserted into the target table, and no meaningful errors are produced. However the data is inserted correctly when the money column mapping is deleted.

Looking at the session log, it appears Informatica believes the rows were inserted correctly.

How can I correctly map the money column to a SQL server table.

posted Feb 5, 2015 by Sachin

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Make sure it is not Terse on either default session config, session or transformation.

answer Feb 6, 2015 by Shweta Singh
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