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Question of the Day for 22 Feb 2006


Question of the Day for 22 Feb 2006

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C or B should be considered correct. By setting the batch size to 1 (B) you are setting the transform to commit after each row(C).

Both interpretations rely on the transform NOT being part of a larger transaction which may affect final commit.

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According to the Help file Check Always commit final batch
Always commit final batch
Select to commit all rows in the final batch that were processed successfully before an error occurs. This property applies when a transformation or insert error occurs during processing of the final batch, so that all rows in the batch prior to the error do not have to be processed again. The setting is useful for large batch sizes. This option is available only if you enable Use fast load.

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