In this book:
- Core Jython syntax requirements
- Built in Jython objects and methods
- Script development for accuracy, growth, and performance
- The value of scripting templates
- The FDMEE Context (fdmContext)
- FDMEE Java API methods
- FDMEE Development Mode
- Script debugging techniques
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And the story behind the pomegranate? Well my daughter is very proud of my authorship and asked if she could pick the cover image this time. How does a proud dad say no? Then I had to figure out an interesting side story to the fruit. Well just like FDMEE scripting, if you don’t cut into it right, you’re going to make a mess. When you get it right, the result is oh so sweet.
In this book:
- Learn all about System, Application and User Settings
- Explore core metadata items – source systems, source accounting entities, target application registration, import formats, locations and data load rules
- Expand your knowledge of mapping with an exploration of advanced mapping options such as format mask, multidimensional and SQL
- Follow detailed instructions for configuring an IDE for scripting development
- Create new integrations based on leading practice.
- Implement a security model that meets the needs of your organization
- Troubleshoot effectively using application logs and ODI Studio
- Understand the Software Development Life Cycle and how LCM can be used to support the SDLC process
- Learn how to maintain an application properly over time to ensure performance and stability
And for anyone that is wondering why watermelon on the cover, my publisher (P8Tech) uses images of fruits or vegetables on the covers. When I was asked to select my image, my first thought was watermelon. Why? Because who doesn’t love watermelon? In the words of one of my colleagues, FDMEE is like watermelon – really hard when you first touch it but really sweet and juicy when you get to the middle.