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2015-10-09

informatica how-tos

INFORMATICA HOW-TO's
1.0.0 How-to check the workflow session runs
Use the following sql agains the repo
 
--LIST THE TABLES FROM YESTERDAY WHICH HAVE BEEN LOADED
SELECT
   REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.START_TIME
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.END_TIME
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.SUBJECT_AREA                                                AS "IMATICA_FOLDER"
 , OPB_TASK.TASK_NAME                                                           as "WORKFLOW_NAME"
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.SESSION_NAME
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.TABLE_NAME                                                  AS "TGT_TABLE_NAME"
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.SUCCESSFUL_ROWS
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.SUCCESSFUL_AFFECTED_ROWS
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.FAILED_ROWS
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.LAST_ERROR
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.LAST_ERROR_CODE
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.GROUP_NAME
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.THROUGHPUT
 , REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.TYPE_ID
 
 FROM REP_SESS_TBL_LOG
 INNER JOIN OPB_TASK ON REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.WORKFLOW_ID = OPB_TASK.TASK_ID
 WHERE 1=1
 AND REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.START_TIME > SYSDATE - 2
 AND SUCCESSFUL_ROWS > 0
 and OPB_TASK.TASK_NAME = 'wflw_T24_Exchange_Rates_OFSML_extract'
ORDER BY REP_SESS_TBL_LOG.START_TIME DESC
  ; 2.0.0 How-to list the informatica objects per folder
Use the following sql agains the repo
 
SELECT
F.SUBJ_NAME AS FOLDER_NAME,
WF.TASK_ID AS WORKFLOW_ID ,
WF.TASK_NAME AS WORKFLOW_NAME,
SE.INSTANCE_NAME AS SESSION_NAME,
M.MAPPING_NAME AS MAPPING_NAME,
SRC.INSTANCE_NAME AS SOURCE_NAME,
TGT.INSTANCE_NAME AS TARGET_NAME
FROM
OPB_SUBJECT F,
OPB_TASK WF,
(SELECT
WORKFLOW_ID,
INSTANCE_ID,
TASK_ID,
TASK_TYPE,
INSTANCE_NAME,
MAX(VERSION_NUMBER)
FROM OPB_TASK_INST SESS
WHERE
SESS.TASK_TYPE=68
GROUP BY
WORKFLOW_ID,INSTANCE_ID,TASK_ID,TASK_TYPE,INSTANCE_NAME) SE,
(SELECT SESSION_ID,MAPPING_ID,MAX(VERSION_NUMBER) FROM OPB_SESSION GROUP BY SESSION_ID,MAPPING_ID) S,
opb_mapping m,
(SELECT MAPPING_ID,INSTANCE_NAME ,WIDGET_TYPE,MAX(VERSION_NUMBER) from opb_widget_inst GROUP BY MAPPING_ID,INSTANCE_NAME,WIDGET_TYPE) SRC,
(SELECT MAPPING_ID,INSTANCE_NAME ,WIDGET_TYPE,MAX(VERSION_NUMBER) from opb_widget_inst GROUP BY MAPPING_ID,INSTANCE_NAME,WIDGET_TYPE) TGT
where WF.IS_VISIBLE = 1
AND WF.SUBJECT_ID = F.SUBJ_ID
AND SE.WORKFLOW_ID = WF.TASK_ID
AND WF.TASK_TYPE = 71
AND se.task_id = s.session_id
AND s.mapping_id = m.mapping_id
AND M.IS_VISIBLE = 1
AND SRC.MAPPING_ID=m.mapping_id
AND SRC.WIDGET_TYPE=1
AND TGT.MAPPING_ID=m.mapping_id
AND TGT.WIDGET_TYPE=2
-- AND WF.SUBJECT_ID = '28'
-- AND WF.TASK_NAME = 'wf_FACT_PLN_KOHD_HY_APPLICATION_LE'
 
ORDER BY FOLDER_NAME , WORKFLOW_NAME , SESSION_NAME
; 3.0.0 How-to list all the failed sessions for workflows
Use the following sql agains the repo
 
 SELECT
    OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.SUBJECT_ID
  , OPB_SUBJECT.SUBJ_NAME
  , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.WORKFLOW_ID
  , OPB_TASK.TASK_NAME
  , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.WORKFLOW_RUN_ID
  , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.START_TIME
  , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.END_TIME
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.INSTANCE_NAME
 ,  decode (RUN_STATUS_CODE
 ,  1  ,  'Succeeded'
 ,  2  ,   'Disabled'
 ,  3  ,   'Failed'
 ,  4  ,   'Stopped'
 ,  5  ,   'Aborted'
 ,  6  ,   'Running'
 ,  15 ,  'Terminated')  Status
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.TASK_ID
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.TASK_TYPE
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.RUN_ERR_CODE
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.RUN_ERR_MSG
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.RUN_STATUS_CODE
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.RUN_MODE
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.VERSION_NUMBER
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.SERVER_ID
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.SERVER_NAME
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.FRAGMENT_ID
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.SERVER_NODE_ID
 , OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.SERVER_NODE_NAME
from OPB_TASK_INST_RUN
INNER JOIN OPB_SUBJECT ON OPB_SUBJECT.SUBJ_ID = OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.SUBJECT_ID
INNER JOIN OPB_TASK ON OPB_TASK_INST_RUN.WORKFLOW_ID = OPB_TASK.TASK_ID
WHERE 1=1
AND RUN_STATUS_CODE NOT IN ( '1' , '2' , '6' )
AND START_TIME >= (sysdate -1) 4.0.0 How-to list who saved what objects in the informatica repository
Use the following sql agains the repo
 
-- get who has saved what from the informatica repository
   SELECT
      REP_VERSION_PROPS.user_id
    , REP_USERS.user_name
    , REP_VERSION_PROPS.OBJECT_ID
      -- , REP_VERSION_PROPS.object_type
    , OPB_SUBJECT.subj_name
    , REP_VERSION_PROPS.object_name
    , OPB_OBJECT_TYPE.object_type_name
    , to_date(REP_VERSION_PROPS.last_saved, 'MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') AS LAST_UPDATE_TIME
 
   FROM REP_VERSION_PROPS JOIN REP_USERS
   ON ( REP_VERSION_PROPS.USER_ID = REP_USERS.USER_ID )
   JOIN OPB_SUBJECT
   ON ( REP_VERSION_PROPS.SUBJECT_ID = OPB_SUBJECT.SUBJ_ID )
   JOIN OPB_OBJECT_TYPE
   ON ( REP_VERSION_PROPS.OBJECT_TYPE = OPB_OBJECT_TYPE.object_type_id )
 
   WHERE 1=1
   -- define the types of objects to track
   AND REP_VERSION_PROPS.object_type IN (1,2,21,65,68,70,71)
   -- filter by the time saved
   AND to_date(REP_VERSION_PROPS.last_saved, 'MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') > (sysdate -12)
   -- filter by informatica folder
   and SUBJ_NAME = '3RD_PARTY'
   -- filter by
   -- AND OBJECT_NAME = 's_m_INTIME_CTL_CHECK'
   ORDER BY LAST_UPDATE_TIME DESC
 
   ;
  
  
  
  

how-to list who changed what in the informatica repository with sql

-- get who has saved what from the informatica repository
SELECT 
   REP_VERSION_PROPS.user_id 
 , REP_USERS.user_name 
 , REP_VERSION_PROPS.OBJECT_ID
   -- , REP_VERSION_PROPS.object_type
 , OPB_SUBJECT.subj_name
 , REP_VERSION_PROPS.object_name 
 , OPB_OBJECT_TYPE.object_type_name 
 , to_date(REP_VERSION_PROPS.last_saved, 'MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') AS LAST_UPDATE_TIME
 
FROM REP_VERSION_PROPS JOIN REP_USERS 
ON ( REP_VERSION_PROPS.USER_ID = REP_USERS.USER_ID )
JOIN OPB_SUBJECT 
ON ( REP_VERSION_PROPS.SUBJECT_ID = OPB_SUBJECT.SUBJ_ID )
JOIN OPB_OBJECT_TYPE 
ON ( REP_VERSION_PROPS.OBJECT_TYPE = OPB_OBJECT_TYPE.object_type_id )
 
WHERE 1=1
-- define the types of objects to track
AND REP_VERSION_PROPS.object_type IN (1,2,21,65,68,70,71)
-- filter by the time saved 
AND to_date(REP_VERSION_PROPS.last_saved, 'MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') > (sysdate -12)
-- filter by informatica folder
and SUBJ_NAME = 'IMATICA_FOLDER'
-- filter by 
-- AND OBJECT_NAME = 's_m_sess_name'
ORDER BY LAST_UPDATE_TIME DESC
 
; 

2015-10-06

how-to change the current oracle schema when logging in with different user with DBD::Oracle in Perl

# as simple as that , but you won't find it anywhere in the docs ... $dbh->do("alter session set current_schema=$schema");

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