Lesson 01: Introduction to Informatica MDM

Lesson 02: Informatica MDM Demo

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Lesson 03: Informatica MDM OverView

Lesson 04: Informatica MDM Hub Console

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Lesson 05: Informatica MDM Land process

Lesson 06: Informatica MDM Stage process

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Lesson 07: Informatica MDM Match process

Lesson 08: Informatica MDM Overview of Load process

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Lesson 09: Informatica MDM Base Objects

Lesson 10: Informatica MDM Staging tables

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Lesson 11: Informatica MDM Cleanse Functions Brief

Lesson 12: Informatica MDM Cleanse List

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Lesson 13: Informatica MDM Trust

Lesson 14: Informatica MDM Matching

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Lesson 15: Informatica MDM Merge process

Lesson 16: Informatica MDM training Data manager

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Lesson 17: Informatica MDM Merge Manager

Lesson 18: Informatica MDM User Exits Enable PL SQL User Exits

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Lesson 19: Informatica MDM User Exits Theory

Lesson 20: Informatica MDM Import java Project Eclipse

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Lesson 21: Informatica MDM Post Landing User Exit

Lesson 22: Informatica MDM Pre Stage User Exit

Lesson 23: Informatica MDM Post Stage User Exits

Lesson 24: Informatica MDM Post Load User Exits

Lesson 25: Informatica MDM Java Cleanse Functions

Lesson 26: Informatica MDM SIF SOAP GUI

Lesson 27: Informatica MDM SIF Get API Java

Lesson 28: Informatica MDM Get SIF API

Lesson 29: Informatica MDM CleanTable API SIF Java

Lesson 30: Informatica MDM Clean Table SIF using SOAP

Lesson 31: Informatica MDM Hierarchy Manager

Lesson 32: Informatica MDM Create ORS

Lesson 33: Informatica MDM Users

Lesson 34: Informatica MDM Tool Access

Lesson 35: Informatica MDM Repository Manager

Lesson 36: Informatica MDM Enterprise Manager

Lesson 37: Informatica MDM Users and Roles

Lesson 38: Informatica MDM User Exits Oracle PL SQL PACKAGE from Java

Lesson 39: Informatica MDM User Exits JMS Event Schema Manager

Lesson 40: Informatica MDM Installation Part-1

Lesson 41: Informatica MDM Installation Part-2

Lesson 42: Informatica MDM Installation Part-3

Lesson 43: Informatica MDM Installation Part-4

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Lesson 01: Introduction to Informatica MDM

Welcome to the Informatica MDM Hub Tutorial. Informatica MDM Hub, describes the product architecture, and explains core concepts that users need to understand before using the product.

Lesson 02: Informatica MDM Demo

Informatica MDM Hub, describes the product architecture, and explains core concepts that users need to understand before using the product.

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      Lesson 03: Informatica MDM OverView

      Welcome to the Informatica MDM Hub Tutorial. This video provides the information about Informatica MDM Hub, which is useful in different organizations , describes the product architecture, Batch data process flow,explains key concepts that you need to understand in order to use Informatica MDM Hub in your system.

      Lesson 04: Informatica MDM Hub Console

      Informatica MDM Hub console is the user interface which comprises set of tools for administrators and data stewards. This tool allows users to perform a specific action or set of related actions, such as building the data model, configuring the data flow, running batch jobs, configuring external application access to Informatica MDM Hub resources, system configuration and operation tasks.

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          Lesson 05: Informatica MDM Land process

          This video contains the information about the Land process, which transfers data from a source system to landing tables in the Hub Store. Landing tables are “where data lands” from contributing source systems. Landing tables are populated during the land process in two ways: a)batch processing(such as a third-party ETL—Extract-Transform-Load—tool) b)on-line, real-time processing mode(in which an external application directly populates landing tables in the Hub Store)

          Lesson 06: Informatica MDM Stage process

          Land process transfers data from a source system to landing tables in the Hub Store.Landing tables are “where data lands” from contributing source systems.

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              Lesson 07: Informatica MDM Match process

              Match process identifies data that fits to the match rules. These rules define duplicate data for Hub to consolidate. Matching is the process of comparing two records for similarity. If similarities are found, it indicates that the two records are probably duplicates of each other, then MDM Hub flags those records for consolidation.

              Lesson 08: Informatica MDM Overview of Load process

              The Land process transfers data from a source system to landing tables in the Hub Store.Landing tables are “where data lands” from contributing source systems.Landing tables are populated during the land process in two ways: a)batch processing(such as a third-party ETL—Extract-Transform-Load—tool) b)on-line, real-time processing mode(in which an external application directly populates landing tables in the Hub Store)

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                  Lesson 09: Informatica MDM Base Objects

                  Informatica MDM Base Objects-Base objects-Stores the central business entities(customers,accounts,or products),Represents the “best version of truth”,Provides functionality for matching and merging data,Built-in lineage (cross-references) and history Supports Trust & Validation rules.

                  Lesson 10: Informatica MDM Staging tables

                  Staging Table is an intermediate table between landing table and target table which belongs to one specific source system.Staging table columns are selected as a subset of user-defined columns in target table.Some of the mandatory columns in stage table are LAST_UPDATE_DATE,PKEY_SRC_OBJECT,SRC_ROWID.

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                      Lesson 11: Informatica MDM Cleanse Functions Brief

                      Cleanse Functions are group of functions, constants, cleanse lists and conditional execution components to perform a specific cleansing activity,User defined inputs and outputs.

                      Lesson 12: Informatica MDM Cleanse List

                      A Cleanse List is an user-defined list of search and replace values.It is used for standardizing known string values, standardizing code values, and removing “noise” or punctuation from input strings.Some of the Cleanse list inputs are Input String,Search Type,Replace All Occurrences,Stop On Hit,Strip,Default Value,Output String,Matched,Match Flag.

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                          Lesson 13: Informatica MDM Trust

                          Trust is an option property for a base object column and if trust is switched off for a column, then the most recently updated value from any source is the survived value in the base object Switch ON trust-If two or more source systems contribute to the column,the sources are not deemed to be equally reliable providers of values to the column.

                          Lesson 14: Informatica MDM Matching

                          Matching involveTs : Match/Search Strategy includes a)Exact and b)Fuzzy match(where tokens are generated). Matching includes Match column(which contains an identifying characteristic of the base object to be consolidated), Match Rule(which identify likely duplicate),Match Path(which represents the base object and provide data for matching purpose),Match Rule Set-Match Rules are grouped into Match Rule Sets and Segment Matching.

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                              Lesson 15: Informatica MDM Merge process

                              Merge Process is a consolidation process of two matched records which happens in the Base Object. Merge can be Auto-Merge or Manual-Merge(depending on the degree of matching),Immutable Source Systems,Distinct Systems and Un-merge process.

                              Lesson 16: Informatica MDM training Data manager

                              Data Manager manages the content of consolidated data,view cross-references,edit data,view history and unmerge consolidated records.We cannot use the Data Manager tool to edit or update data in encrypted columns.

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                                  Lesson 17: Informatica MDM Merge Manager

                                  Merge Manager is used to review and merge the matched records that have been queued for manual merging.

                                  Lesson 18: Informatica MDM User Exits Enable PL SQL User Exits

                                  By Enabling PL/SQL User Exits- After you back up your customized PL/SQL user exits we need to,edit the MDM Hub property files to enable PL/SQL user exits-by navigating the cmxue package and by enabling database user exits.

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                                      Lesson 19: Informatica MDM User Exits Theory

                                      A User Exit is custom Java code, that you develop which runs at specific points in the batch or Services Integration Framework (SIF) API processes to extend the functionality of MDM Hub. MDM Hub exits regular MDM Hub processing to run code that users develop.

                                      Lesson 20: Informatica MDM Import java Project Eclipse

                                      To implement the user exit JAR file, create custom Java code, and then package the code in a JAR file.1.Use a Java development tool to create a class that implements a user exit interface. 2.Export the implemented custom user exit classes as a JAR file. You can do this through a Java command, such as:\bin>jar –cf .\com\userexit\*.class

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                                          Lesson 21: Informatica MDM Post Landing User Exit

                                          MDM Hub calls the post-landing user exit after MDM Hub registers the stage job.Post-Landing User Exit to refine data in a landing table after you populate the landing table through an ETL process.We use the post-landing user exit to perform custom processing on the landing table before delta detection. For example, you might perform hard delete detection, replace control characters with printable characters, or perform pre-cleansing processing on addresses.

                                          Lesson 22: Informatica MDM Pre Stage User Exit

                                          MDM Hub calls the pre-stage user exit before it loads data into a staging table.Pre-Stage User Exit is used to perform custom handling of delta processes. We use a pre-stage user exit to determine whether delta volumes exceed predefined allowable limits.

                                          Lesson 23: Informatica MDM Post Stage User Exits

                                          MDM Hub calls the post-stage user exit after MDM Hub loads data into a staging table.Use a post-stage user exit to perform custom processing at the end of a stage job. To use a post-stage user exit to process rejected records from the stage job.

                                          Lesson 24: Informatica MDM Post Load User Exits

                                          MDM Hub calls the post-load user exit after the load process.Use a post-load user exit to perform custom processing after the load process.

                                          Lesson 25: Informatica MDM Java Cleanse Functions

                                          Java cleanse functions uses custom logic to supplement the standard cleanse libraries. Custom Java cleanse functions are JAR files that Informatica MDM Hub stores as binary large objects in the database.

                                          Lesson 26: Informatica MDM SIF SOAP GUI

                                          Service Integration Framework (SIF)is used to invoke the MDM Hub operations from external applications in real time.SIF uses service-oriented architecture that provides application functionality as services to other applications.Configure SIF for the MDM Hub to interface with the client programs. SIF serves as the middle tier in the client-server model.Use the SIF access protocols to implement the request and response interactions.

                                          Lesson 27: Informatica MDM SIF Get API Java

                                          Service Integration Framework(SIF)is used to invoke the MDM Hub operations from external applications in real time.SIF uses service-oriented architecture that provides application functionality as services to other applications.Configure SIF for the MDM Hub to interface with the client programs.SIF serves as the middle tier in the client-server model.Use the SIF access protocols to implement the request and response interactions.Web services to perform operations in the MDM Hub.A Java Swing UI to query, view, and edit data in the MDM Hub.Server components in a J2EE application server to get and update data in the MDM Hub.Enterprise JavaBeans (EJB) can seamlessly integrate with the MDM Hub transactions.An application based on JavaServer Pages (JSP) or servlet to present a portal view of the MDM Hub data.Business process modeling (BPM) and workflow integration by using the Java API or SOAP directly.

                                          Lesson 28: Informatica MDM Get SIF API

                                          GET API retrieves a single record from the specified package.The Get API is used for both regular MRM packages (“PACKAGE.” SiperianObjectUid prefix) and the remote packages (“REMOTE_PACKAGE.” SiperianObjectUid prefix).Use the following syntax for calling the ORS-specific version of Get: Get[ResourceName]Where ResourceName defines the search results. By default Get returns the package record for the specified key.

                                          Lesson 29: Informatica MDM CleanTable API SIF Java

                                          Clean Table SIF API Removes data from an Operational Reference Store and all its associated tables.

                                          Lesson 30: Informatica MDM Clean Table SIF using SOAP

                                          SIF APIs are used to invoke the MDM Hub operations from external applications in real time.Clean Table SIF API Removes data from an Operational Reference Store and all its associated tables.

                                          Lesson 31: Informatica MDM Hierarchy Manager

                                          The Hierarchy Manager allows users to manage hierarchy data that is associated with the records managed in the MDM Hub.

                                          Lesson 32: Informatica MDM Create ORS

                                          By Creating an Operational Reference Store (run sip_ant.bat create_ors) and Importing the Metadata into the Operational Reference Store (run sip_ant.bat import_ors).By giving a different name and your first ORS is called CMX_ORS and the next ors is named as CMX_ORS2 or CMX_SANDBOX or whatever.Once created, register the new ORS using the Configuration - Databases tool in the Hub.

                                          Lesson 33: Informatica MDM Users

                                          User is an individual (person or application) who can access Informatica MDM Hub resources. Users are represented in Informatica MDM Hub by user accounts, which are defined in the Master Database. Define users and specify which databases they can access. Manage global and individual password policies. Note that MDM Hub supports external authentication for users, such as LDAP.

                                          Lesson 34: Informatica MDM Tool Access

                                          Tool Access is used in the Configuration workbench to configure access to Hub Console tools. To use the Tool Access tool, you must be connected to the master database.The Tool Access tool applies only to MDM Hub users who are not configured as administrators.

                                          Lesson 35: Informatica MDM Repository Manager

                                          The Repository Manager is a tool in the Hub Console that allows administrators to manage metadata in their Informatica MDM Hub implementation.Metadata describes the various schema design and configuration components such as base objects and associated columns,cleanse functions,match rules,and mappings in the Hub Store.

                                          Lesson 36: Informatica MDM Enterprise Manager

                                          Enterprise Manager tool is used in the Hub Console to configure and view the configuration details of an Informatica MDM Hub implementation.Enterprise Manager tool is used to view properties, version histories, and environment reports for the Hub Server, the Process Servers, the ORS databases, and the MDM Hub Master Database. You can also use Enterprise Manager to configure and view the database logs for your ORS databases.

                                          Lesson 37: Informatica MDM Users and Roles

                                          User is an individual(person or application)who can access Informatica MDM Hub resources.Users are represented in Informatica MDM Hub by user accounts,which are defined in the Master Database. Roles are set of privileges to access secure resources.To access a secure resource,the user must be assigned a role that grants them sufficient privileges.

                                          Lesson 38: Informatica MDM User Exits Oracle PL SQL PACKAGE from Java

                                          A user exit is custom Java code that you develop that runs at specific points in the batch or SIF.API processes to extend the functionality of MDM Hub.MDM Hub exits regular MDM Hub processing to run code that users develop. User exits uploads to MDM Hub in a single JAR file.One JAR file is uploaded to each Operational Reference Store.MDM Hub supplies input parameter values when it calls a user exit.

                                          Lesson 39: Informatica MDM User Exits JMS Event Schema Manager

                                          The JMS Event Schema Manager uses an XML schema that explains the message structure the Hub uses to produce JMS messages. This XML schema is a part of the Informatica MDM Hub Resource Kit. The ORS-specific schema is available using a URL or a file.JMS Event Schema generation requires at least one secure package or remote package to be defined.

                                          Lesson 40: Informatica MDM Installation Part-1

                                          Welcome to the Informatica MDM Hub Installation Guide. This guide explains how to perform a first-time installation of Informatica MDM Hub Server and the Cleanse Match Server.The Informatica MDM Hub Installation Guide explains to installers how to set up Informatica MDM Hub, the Hub Store, Cleanse Match Servers, and other components.

                                          Lesson 41: Informatica MDM Installation Part-2

                                          Welcome to the Informatica MDM Hub Installation Guide. This guide explains how to perform a first-time installation of Informatica MDM Hub Server and the Cleanse Match Server.The Informatica MDM Hub Installation Guide explains to installers how to set up Informatica MDM Hub, the Hub Store, Cleanse Match Servers, and other components.

                                          Lesson 42: Informatica MDM Installation Part-3

                                          Welcome to the Informatica MDM Hub Installation Guide. This guide explains how to perform a first-time installation of Informatica MDM Hub Server and the Cleanse Match Server.The Informatica MDM Hub Installation Guide explains to installers how to set up Informatica MDM Hub, the Hub Store, Cleanse Match Servers, and other components.

                                          Lesson 43: Informatica MDM Installation Part-4

                                          Welcome to the Informatica MDM Hub Installation Guide. This guide explains how to perform a first-time installation of Informatica MDM Hub Server and the Cleanse Match Server.The Informatica MDM Hub Installation Guide explains to installers how to set up Informatica MDM Hub, the Hub Store, Cleanse Match Servers, and other components.

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