Abstract Syntax Notation One (ASN.1) is a language for describing the content and encoding of message data exchanged between computers (particularly in the telco industry).
This article is a continuation of the previous article, which introduced IRI support for XLS and XLSX file formats in the SortCL program used for moving and manipulating spreadsheet data in both the IRI Voracity data management (ETL, data quality, etc.)
and to write the resulting data back to those or other targets, including one or more sheets.
The names of IRI software products and how they run have at times been a source of mystery, or even confusion, to the uninitiated. This article spells out the pieces and clarifies their interplay, providing a quick primer for prospective users, partners, and new industry analysts.
Like previous articles in this blog on the connection and configuration of other relational databases with the IRI Voracity data management platform — and its ecosystem products: CoSort, NextForm, FieldShield, DarkShield and RowGen — this article details how to reach DB2 sources.
Incremental data replication, masking, integration (ETL), and other data refresh operations are common in frequently updating database environments. These jobs require the detection of additions and updates to tables.
“Have you stopped speeding?” You could probably object to a leading question like this in court, but what happens when an important question with only a yes or no answer is solicited on a mandatory form, and the response becomes part of an actionable database record?
Detecting additions and updates to database tables for data replication, ETL, PII masking, and other incremental data movement and manipulation activities can be automated in IRI Voracity workflows designed and run in IRI Workbench (WB).