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Setting files for import

To load BLOB files, specify the file name template using filed name tags (i.e. %id%, %user%, where 'id' and 'user' are the fact table columns).

 

Example:

Suppose we have a table 'employee' with Non-Blob data as follows:

Id       User

1        Max

2        July

To import D:\Data\1.jpg and D:\Data\2.jpg to a BLOB column of the table, specify D:\Data as directory name and %Id%.jpg as file name template.

 

 

You can define the default root directory with %root_dir%, %table_name%, and %field_name% tags.

 



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