populate columns from tmap

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populate columns from tmap

I have an input file with multiple columns along with address. Now that I am using a tmap followed by tmelissadataAddress component , I am only getting 5 output ports namely, address, city, state , zip , county. I want rest all columns to be populated. I tried to use multiple tmap but it is not allowing me to join as it is oroiginating from the same tmap output. 


Input columns :



output columns :

AddrID|AddrType|StatusCode|Address|Suite|City|State|Zip of which Address|Suite|City|State|Zip are to be standardized and rest to get mapped as is from the source


is there any way I can call tmelissadataAddress  component in tmap directly , 






Any leads how it can be achieved.

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Re: populate columns from tmap

You can use multiple tMap if You store data into memory (tHash) or into a file


the flow not always must be continues line, simulating brakes you can achieve your goals

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Re: populate columns from tmap

The below picture will give a better understanding :

from the tmelissaDataAddress , I am only getting all the columns except AddressID, but in the output I want AddressId as well because in the downstream it is required.


While I was trying to join the two tmaps it was not allowing me to do. I tried taking two different flows and then join but join criteria was missing.

Even I tried making different job and then calling it in the other job, but as the primary key column(Addressid) is not getting populated from the tmelissaDataAddress, I am stuck.



Forteen Stars

Re: populate columns from tmap

this is not possible, you can not join connections from same source point


as I wrote above you could:

  • store both results into CSV files and than read both of them 
  • instead of csv use tHash tHashInput


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