Working in the new package designer

To modify the package name and description:
  1. Click the package name.
  2. In the Package name text box, type a new name.
  3. In the Package description text box, type a new name.
To add a note:
  1. Click the new note icon. A note appears.
  2. To edit the note, click it and enter text. Click done to save the note.
  3. You can add as many notes as you require.
After you have added at least one source\ task component, you can perform the following actions on the package and components:
  • To open a component for editing - click the component.
  • To add a component to a package - click the blue connector under an existing component, or click + Add Component.
  • To delete a component - hover on the component until the red delete icon appears on the component, then click the red delete icon.
  • To duplicate a component - hover on the component until the black duplicate icon appears on the component, then click the black duplicate icon.
  • To cut the dataflow between components - click the disconnect icon on the hover on the dotted line near a component, then click disconnect.
  • To connect a dataflow between two components - drag the blue connector on the first connector and drop it on the the target connector.
To copy components to the same or a different package:
  1. Select the component(s) to copy using any of the following methods:
    • Click on an empty space on the canvas, and drag to select the required component(s).
    • Select all the components in the package by clicking select and then clicking All (to unselect components, click None).
    • Select only components that are connected to each other by clicking select and then clicking Connected.
  2. Press Ctrl+C (on a Mac, press Cmd+C).
  3. Open the required package and press Ctrl+V (on a Mac, press Cmd+V).
To modify a component's name:
  1. Click the component.
  2. In the first text box in the component, type a new name.
To undo your last changes to a package:
    Click the undo arrow icon.
To redo your last changes to a package:
    Click the redo arrow icon.
To use the expression editor in a component field:
  1. Open the required component.
  2. Click the edit icon on the field.
  3. To activate auto-complete, press Ctrl+SPACEBAR. A list of field names (available in this component), functions and data types appears. Scroll to the required item and click to add it to the expression.
To change the order of fields in a component:
    Click and drag the arrow located to the left of the field up or down to the new position.

Creating packages

  1. Creating a new package in New Xplenty
  2. Creating a workflow
  3. Working in the new package designer
  4. Validating a package
  5. Using components: Amazon Redshift Source
  6. Using components: Bing Ads Source
  7. Using components: Database Source
  8. Using components: Facebook Ads Insights Source
  9. Using components: File Storage Source
  10. Using components: Google Adwords source
  11. Using components: Google Analytics Source
  12. Using components: Google BigQuery Source
  13. Using components: Google Cloud Spanner Source
  14. Using components: MongoDB Source
  15. Using components: NetSuite Source
  16. Using components: Salesforce source
  17. Using components: Rest API Source
  18. Using components: Aggregate Transformation
  19. Using components: Assert Transformation
  20. Using components: Clone transformation
  21. Using components: Cross Join Transformation
  22. Using components: Distinct Transformation
  23. Using components: Filter Transformation
  24. Using components: Join Transformation
  25. Using components: Limit Transformation
  26. Using components: Rank Transformation
  27. Using components: Sort Transformation
  28. Using components: Union Transformation
  29. Using components: Window Transformation
  30. Using components: Sample Transformation
  31. Using components: Cube transformation
  32. Using components: Amazon Redshift Destination
  33. Using components: Database Destination
  34. Using components: File Storage Destination
  35. Using components: Google BigQuery Destination
  36. Using components: Google Spanner Destination
  37. Using components: MongoDB Destination
  38. Using components: Salesforce Destination
  39. Using components: Snowflake Destination
  40. Using Components: Rest API Destination
  41. Using and setting variables in your packages
  42. System and pre-defined variables
  43. Using pattern-matching in source component paths
  44. Using ISO 8601 string functions
  45. Using Expressions in Xplenty
  46. Xplenty Functions

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