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Process chains

Hi,

i have a JDE datasource, i have got flat file from this OLTP system. i want to create process chain for this flat file. is there any way i can do it.

thanx.

Ravi.

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 02:31 AM

    Hi,

    U have to place the server in the application server then only u can make use of process chain, as it is scheduling in back ground..

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    Siddhu

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2005 at 02:07 AM

    Hi ravi,

    Please dont post the same question two times.

    Regarding the process chain, Can you be more speciafic? you have the flat file in which system? You can definitely create a process chain to load data from flat file. Please alaborate your requirement.

    Sriram

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      Hi,

      i have got data coming from jde database so all the extractions we do is from flatfile for the jde. i want to first find out is it possible to create a process chain if the flat file is on the client workstation or on the client server which is bw.

      thanx

      Ravi.

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