What happens if we dont select data driven option?




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What happens if we dont select data driven option?..

Answer / vidyaveda4

if we dos't select the data driven option. at the time of running of the session it just simply ignores the options set in the update strategy transformation.

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What happens if we dont select data driven option?..

Answer / gm

Suppose you are using onely one action like
insert or update or delete
then you can use session proerties.
If you are using more than one action. but you are not
selected data driven. The IS services Ignore the update
Strategy Transformation.
Note: Default is "insert option"
but if your are using more than 2 option then default data
driven.
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