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Post Posted: Thu May 22, 2014 1:54 am Reply with quote    Back to top    

DataStage® Release: 8x
Job Type: Parallel
OS: Unix
Hello,

I was told that as a premium member, I would be able to access some predefined rulesets for individual countries on this website.

Is this true? After searching, I am unable to find any mention of this at all. Could someone help?

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Post Posted: Thu May 22, 2014 2:52 am Reply with quote    Back to top    

I'm not aware of any. Who told you?

However, there are many other advantages of premium membership.

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Oh I for sure did not get the premium membership because of this, but I was told by a colleague of mine but alas, could not find them here.

Do you know of any place that could provide rule sets for Latin America countries?

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You got a mirror? Begin with a design document, outlining any special parsing rules (for example keeping D'SOUZA together, which exists in the USNAME rule set). The design document specifies out ...

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Post Posted: Thu May 22, 2014 6:25 pm Reply with quote    Back to top    

The ESP rulesets might be a good place to start, at least for the names.
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Post Posted: Thu May 22, 2014 9:27 pm Reply with quote    Back to top    

There are many rule sets, including for Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Peru, in the Information Server file directory but not visible in the Designer palette. A full list of those is here. ...

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Post Posted: Thu May 22, 2014 10:28 pm Reply with quote    Back to top    

Well, there you go. Definitely learned something today. Smile

There's a readme.txt file under <media>\is-suite\payloads\DataStageCommon\QualityStageClient\payload\QSRules\ that describes the other files in the directory (this is for 9.1.2):

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Business Intelligence Name and Address Rule Sets:
   QSRules_Argentina.isx
   QSRules_Brazil.isx
   QSRules_Chile.isx
   QSRules_India.isx
   QSRules_Ireland.isx
   QSRules_Japan.isx
   QSRules_Korea.isx
   QSRules_Mexico.isx
   QSRules_Peru.isx
   QSRules_Russia_BETA.isx
   QSRules_Thailand.isx
   QSRules_TheNetherlands.isx

Sample Rule Sets:
   QSRules_Pharma_BETA.isx
   QSRules_Product.isx
   QSRules_Product.zip

Rule Set Tools:
   QSRules_Development_Package.isx
   QSRules_Development_Package.zip

The rules in .isx format must be imported using istools. Please refer to the InfoSphere QualityStage User Guide found in the IBM Information Server Documentation under the InfoSphere QualityStage section. 'Importing rule sets' can be found in Chapter 6 under the subheadings 'Managing rule sets' and 'Accessing rule sets'. An example of the command to type from a command prompt where the engine tier is installed:

Windows
istool.bat import -domain domain_name:port -username login_name -password password -archive "archive_file_name_with_path" -datastage server/project

Linux/Unix
istool import -domain domain_name:port -username login_name -password password -archive "archive_file_name_with_path" -datastage server/project

An example on a windows system looks like:
istool.bat import -domain MYMACHINE:9080 -username USERNAME -password PASSWORD -archive "C:\IBM\InformationServer\Server\PXEngine\QSRules\QSRules_Argentina.isx" -datastage "MYMACHINE/MyProject"
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