G’day All, So – I spent 7 hours working through a fancy REST API script, reading optimisation notes on Powershell queries, and re-working and re-writing the code to be simple and clean to finally post up a detailed ‘warts and all’ article. And then I actually tried to use it!… Continue Reading Extracting Metadata from PBCS using the REST API – Updated!
G’day All, As is seemingly often the case – most of my REST API work is simply trailing on the coat-tails of greatness, aka: John Goodwin. Specifically a question came up in the OTN Planning forums Identifying Level 0 in metadata export Obviously there are a number of manual ways… Continue Reading Extracting Metadata from PBCS using the REST API
G’day All, Two posts in two weeks! So, this is really a continuation of the previous one. Just as a recap: the REST API is awesome It lets us do all of the same functions as EPMAutomate, but with significantly better error handling and logging abilities It also has a… Continue Reading RESTing around with PBCS 2 – Still RESTless
KScope Recap G’day All, So a lightning quick recap of KScope17. Cameron celebrated VE day Celvin met a deer Opal had a sugar high Gary drove a train Ludovic ate some tacos Natalie experienced Puppy Love Jason went to the danger zone Rodrigo grew a moustache Ricardo held an axe… Continue Reading RESTing Around with PBCS
Let’s start this off with a bang If, like most of us, part of your day to day role is support – one of the key advantages of using ODI in your overnight process is to have the full gambit of ODI error handling available to you. Errors are nicely… Continue Reading Error Handling the Max Power(shell) way