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Committed versions are not available in the list If the number of records to be imported does not seem correct, ensure that your username was properly formatted, that the Batch_ID field for each record in the table is NULL, and that the Status_ID field for each record is 0 Also remember that the model name is case sensitive
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5: Integrating Master Data Services with Other Systems 3
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On the menu bar, click Import to refresh the page until the Status column is updated When the batch has finished processing, the Status column is updated to Not Running and errors are listed in the Errors column
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You can go to Explorer to view your staged members, or open the Staging Batch Errors page to view the details of your errors
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After you have loaded data into the staging tables by using either T-SQL or SSIS, using the web UI or web services to trigger a staging load process can be inconvenient While we do not recommend coding against stored procedures as a general rule, the benefits outweigh the risks in this case You can trigger logging of transactions or validation by using staging stored procedures The stored procedures, described in the following section, provide access to additional functionality that is not exposed in the UI These stored procedures are also more accessible when loading data through SSIS
Microsoft does not guarantee these interfaces will remain constant or provide any backward compatibility at the stored procedure level
If you do not want to mess with managing the batch process, udpStagingSweep allows you to load any data that is not assigned to a batch This can be a very useful procedure for initially loading MDS; however, this can be a risky procedure to use in a more mature solution This stored procedure will load all unbatched data from all three staging tables for the User_ID specified Using this method, the UserName column becomes mandatory, requiring the user to be a valid user in MDS Use the following execution script for calling udpStagingSweep
EXEC mdmudpStagingSweep @userID, @versionid, @process
Following is an explanation of the parameters required by the procedure
userID This corresponds to a User_ID in the system table tblUser The user provided must be a model administrator to ensure successful operation of this stored procedure For more information about model administrators, see 11 versionID The model and version are calculated by the provided value Be careful not to use the version number, as this value needs to be populated from the tblModelVersion table process Set this value to 1 to immediately trigger the staging process
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The udpStagingBatchSave stored procedure allows you to add a row into the MDS batch table described in the Viewing the Staging Batch Table section later in this chapter This procedure will return a BatchID that you can attach to all rows you want to load into MDS With this BatchID, you can trigger the batch load directly using the triggering batch loads stored procedure described in the next section
EXEC mdmudpStagingBatchSave @UserID,@VersionID,@BatchID,@OriginalBatchID,@BatchName,@ExternalSystemID, @StatusID,@TotalMemberCount,@TotalMemberAttributeCount, @TotalMemberRelationshipCount,@ErrorMemberCount,@ErrorMemberAttributeCount, @ErrorMemberRelationshipCount,@BatchID output
Use the explanation of each parameter later in this chapter to load batch information properly into the tblStgBatch table
Triggering Batch Loads
Batches can be triggered directly using the following MDS stored procedure This procedure can log staged records as transactions and trigger validation after the completion of the staging of the records
EXEC mdmudpStagingProcess @UserId,@Version_ID,@StagingType_ID, @LogFlag,@DoValidate,@Batch_ID
Using Web Services to Stage Data
There are a number of calls within the web service that leverage the staging tables and processes to load data into Master Data Services Some of these calls provide support for bulk loading of data These calls manage the entire process of populating the staging tables and triggering the staging process The structure of these calls will be discussed in greater detail in 13 The following operations provide the ability to trigger the staging process and to retrieve staging errors These web service operations can be used within a larger integration framework to create automation around managing processes or exposing errors in a specialized user interface