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Keep up the good work friends!

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Hi,
Nice to know of this community helping each other out. I'm a newbie and hope I get all the help I might need. Keep up the good work friends.
Vijay :lol:

I would also appreciate any useful links,docs that I can refer to, as I'm new to DataStage.
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Well I hate to self-promote (not) but there are some blog entries for new users such as DataStage tip for beginners: developer short cuts and Incremental Loads save the day or DataStage tip for beginners - avoiding Stage Amnesia.
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Hi and welcome aboard :),
I'd like to also note the FAQ Forum on this site, where Vincent posted a nice cover on where you can find relevant info regarding DataStage.

You can also find other usufull info there.

IHTH,
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Hi All... I'm new to this forum

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Hi All...

I'm also a beginner in datastage, good to know there's a people to help each other out. Good stuff :)
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Vincent

Loved the blog on DataStage Simplicity. Very cool. My thought process completely. DwNav and all my tools are aimed at reducing the complexity of ETL to help understand the overall data flow within ETL. Simplicity also means consistancy. ParameterNavigator is aimed at consistancy and simplifying applying parameters and parameter values across all jobs in a project or multiple projects.

Sorry for the hijack.

Thanks again Vencent. All your blogs are very well written.
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kduke wrote:Vincent

Loved the blog on DataStage Simplicity. Very cool. My thought process completely. DwNav and all my tools are aimed at reducing the complexity of ETL to help understand the overall data flow within ETL. Simplicity also means consistancy. ParameterNavigator is aimed at consistancy and simplifying applying parameters and parameter values across all jobs in a project or multiple projects.

Sorry for the hijack.

Thanks again Vencent. All your blogs are very well written.


Thank you all. Did a Proof-of-Concept successfully with guidance from here and hoping to get more directions in my "NEW Development with DS"
This site ROCKS :lol:
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Newbie here

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Hi All,
Hey peeps out there....i have started working on Datastage tool n i want to knw wats the future in Datawarehousing?I knw java very well...infact i got trained in java only...but was put into datawarehousing project...But now m stuck wheter Datawarehousing is the proper field for growth...I mean career wise....Please guide...Also tell me where do i c myself in near future?


Thanks,
Kunal :P
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Hi Welcome aboard :D !!!!

Career in DWH requires a sound business knowledge of the domain along with analytical skills to identify patterns.There is a lot of demand for DWH specialists.

If you find any consultancies, you can find huge opening for Datastage professionals.

There are many articles there to predict DWH in 2007. Which is more prosperous.

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