can we have an unconnected lkp to lookup a DB2 record
against a Teradata record?






can we have an unconnected lkp to lookup a DB2 record against a Teradata record?..

Answer / winithra

Hi,
we can use an unconnected lookup to lookup on any DB
because we specify the connection string details in the
lookup transformation !

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