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ID: 22215, Transformation Manager ETL Tool

by John Bigerstaff Email: Anonymous

Transformation Manager (TM) is a full-featured metadata driven ETL product suite which generates Java code transforms fully compatible with JBuilder. TM is able to access data of virtually any data format and generates transforms to fit into a J2EE architecture.
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ETL Solutions has developed a generic data Extract Transform Load product, Transformation Manager (TM) which is currently being used by leading international companies

TM is a stand-alone Windows® or Linux® software suite of metadata driven code generator programs that provides for the authoring, testing, and debugging of data transforms between virtually all types of data, whether XML, databases, flat files, Java™ classes or spreadsheets, with flexible deployment options in J2EE™ architecture.
TM’s suite of tools provides a complete development environment to author, test and debug transforms rapidly. TM models and transforms are stored in a Meta-data Text Repository, which is fully compatible with version control systems and provides an ideal multi-user environment for the sharing and developing of all aspects of models and transforms.

Models can be acquired from all kinds of data. For example, XML models may be acquired from DTD or XSD definitions, or even an XML Instance. The meta-data models are fundamental to TM and are used in all areas of building transformations, for example, the relationships between data entities determine the meaning of the data structures and mapping operations, and the constraints that they hold specify the operations allowed. The meta-data for relational databases and Java classes are also acquired by direct access from the data sources. Flat files, and virtually all other kinds of data, may be accessed using TM’s published Open Interface.

TM is currently being used by leading international companies in a number of different sectors:

• Finance sector: HSBC, Royal Bank of Scotland, BNP Paribas, JP Morgan Chase, Ulster Bank.
• Geoscience sector: Schlumberger, Exxon Mobil, Shell, OpenSpirit.
• Supply Chain Management: Synron UK, Smiths Aerospace, Barloworld Optimus and Thorn Lighting;
• Public sector: integrating learning records for a consortium of education institutions based in the UK, and Norfolk National Health Service

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