4 Replies Latest reply: Jan 8, 2013 6:55 AM by JeromeFr RSS

    Limitations of ODI

    947775
      Hi,


      what are the limitations of ODI ::

      I have some info like

      (i) it won't support multi target
      (ii) Interfaces are depending on KM so to implement any new logic we need to know about Jython


      Any thing else that we can add in it
        • 1. Re: Limitations of ODI
          Bhabani Ranjan
          what are the limitations of ODI ::
          (i) it won't support multi target
          We cant say it wont support. We can achieve this using IKM mTI or using some logic in a single interface. But directly you can't drag multiple table into interface (target canvas)
          (ii) Interfaces are depending on KM so to implement any new logic we need to know about Jython
          Not exactly. But yes if you know jython it is more helpful for this. Discussed
          http://www.linkedin.com/groups/How-was-ODTUG-Ask-Experts-140609.S.197740849?view=&gid=140609&type=member&item=197740849
          • 2. Re: Limitations of ODI
            947775
            So can u suggest then what are the ODI limitations are


            what we can't achieve through ODI
            • 3. Re: Limitations of ODI
              A. Drieux
              The majority of KM are not written in Jython, but in SQL (generic or database specific) with ODI substitution methods.
              • 4. Re: Limitations of ODI
                JeromeFr
                And I guess the futur version of ODI will allow multi-target in one interface, since it should be closer to OWB.



                One limitation I can see for the moment : if you have a lot of real-time jobs running, it can produce a huge amount of logs. But this is not a problem a lot a people are confronted with.