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What exactly are you trying to do with FDM and DRM? FDM will transform data and provide support for data load controls and DRM is a metadata management tool.
The only way I can see DRM working with FDM is to produce maps to load into FDM and unless you have FDM systems that need the same map it may not even make sense to maintain any of that within DRM.
As far as integrating it to make maps, you would configure DRM to produce a csv file in the proper format or send data directly to tables with other integration scripts.
John A. Booth
Building on the DRM / FDM question - Is there an interface that will load the mapping changes that done in DRM into FDM automatically? I am not aware of any.
To John Booth's point, the only 'automated' DRM mapping updates within FDM is to write directly to the FDM tables. To my knowledge, you cannot feed FDM a map file and have it pick it up and load directly.
There is no relation between the two products. While it may be possible, it will not be supported by Technical Support.
Hi, I posed this on a New Thread, but I will delete.
For what reasons/scenarios would one chose to use DRM for mapping, writing to a database table, and pick up in FDM? (as opposed to do mapping directly in FDM) In this case, there is only ONE target system - HFM.