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  • Get Setup & Deliver Data As A Developer

    Manoj Chaurasia



    There are two types of TIBCO® Data Virtualization developers; new developers who need to gain a basic understanding of the TIBCO® Data Virtualization development process and experienced developers who need to master its more advanced functionality.

    New Developer Tutorials Series:

    1: Install TIBCO® Data Virtualization studio, TIBCO® Data Virtualization Studio is the developer environment for Data Virtualization.  It runs only on Windows.  

    Tutorial 2: Connecting to many different data sources including relational 

    , and many others. 

    3: TIBCO® Data Virtualization Discovery scans both data and metadata in heterogeneous data repositories, and offers graphical tools to create data models based on discovered relationships.

    4: Layered Development is a best practice that TIBCO® Data Virtualization recommends for Data Virtualization projects.

    5: Virtual Views are the very heart of TIBCO® Data Virtualization.  By federating data from disparate physical sources, views enable data developers to encapsulate the business meaning of data into simple relational structures, making it easier for data consumers to find and use the enterprise data they need. 

    6: Join different views

    7: Data transformation

    Tutorial 8: Any to Any transformation (Download the file tdv_anytoanytransformation.pdf from Resources below)

    9: Parameterized Queries are important because they enable user-friendly flexibility to be added to data access requests.

    10: Data Lineage 

    11: Publish Virtual Data

    12: Cache policies are an important tool for enhancing data consistency across multiple caches.

    Experienced Developers Tutorials Series:

    : Custom Java procedure

    :  SQL Scripting enables users to write procedural logic for scenarios that are difficult to handle in declarative SQL

    3: Create functions, TIBCO® Data Virtualization Developers can create custom functions from any SQL Script or Custom Java Procedure that returns a single scalar output.

    Tutorial 4: Ado.Net client enables developers to write data access code that is managed by the .NET framework (Download the file tdv_ado.net_client.pdf from Resources below).

    5: How to create intermediate custom data adapter

    6: How to create advanced data adapter 

    Tutorial 7: TDV write operations are typically performed within SQL Scripts.  Since these scripts may perform write actions against multiple data sources, TDV provides the capability to specify transactions that span multiple data sources. (Download the file tdv_transaction.pdf from Resources below).

    More advanced samples:

    Below we have a list of some of our documentation that we feel would be good for your developers to review.

    Client Interface Guide: The Client Interface Guide outlines working with connectors.

    Reference Guide

    Extensibility Guide: The Extensibility Guide allows customers to create adapters for data sources not supported out of the box.  

    Discovery Guide

    User Guide

    API Guide

    Adapter Guide

     Back to Data Virtualization Orientation




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