I'm working on a project of multi-model framework creation
and i need to know if it is possible how to create or to add an object to my job (ex: tlogrow or tinputdelimitedfile) without drag and drop
I mean with java code using tjavarow
thank you very much
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The problem is that i dont have a fixed number of inputfiles
it will be changing from day to another that's why i want to find to add components in a dynamic way
the problem is that all i know about filelist can only work with a fixed number of created file
here i want to create a list with a non fixed number of file the time of receiving the data flow and than make the mapping
i mean i want to create a job that for example :
at 9:30 it can create ten file and receive the data flow
at 11:30 , it can create 20 file
tFileList is the solution for iterating over a list of files with give filename mask(s).
If you want to break the process after a number of iterations (varying for each run), you must use tFileList to get the full list of filenames corresponding to the mask.
After that, iterate (tLoop) to proceed with each file n times where n can be fixed for each run using a context variable (with a different value at each time if you want).
Not sure that's what you are looking for as your use case come one piece at a time and is not very clear.
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