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What is the difference between Router and Filter?

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What is the difference between Router and Filter?
posted Feb 18, 2015 by Sunil

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Diff between Router and Filter:

Router transformation provides the division of the incoming records into multiple groups using the condition mentioned, whereas Filter transformation doesn’t take care of division.

  • Router transformation provides mutually inclusive groups to have the same records, whereas Filter transformation used to restrict the incoming record.

  • Router transformation doesn’t block the incoming record, whereas Filter transformation blocks or restricts the incoming record on the condition given.

  • Router transformation doesn’t block the record that is being used, whereas Filter transformation doesn’t provide the default groups.

  • Router transformation allows the record that doesn’t match the routing conditions, whereas Filter transformations are used not to match the condition.

answer Feb 23, 2015 by Manikandan J
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