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Pinned topic Data Architect Export to Powerdesigner fails and then changes data types

‏2012-04-19T17:27:23Z |
I tried exporting a logical data model in Data architect to Powerdesigner. If I do it with the basic validity check I get errors like:
<ERROR> Could not find datatype mapping for datatype Small Numeric Identifier.
<ERROR> Could not find datatype mapping for datatype Small Counter.
<ERROR> Could not find datatype mapping for datatype Exact Currency Amount.
If I skip the basic validity check it changes all my data ttpes.
Updated on 2012-04-20T15:51:18Z at 2012-04-20T15:51:18Z by rraddatz
  • rraddatz
    rraddatz
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    Re: Data Architect Export to Powerdesigner fails and then changes data types

    ‏2012-04-19T17:41:50Z  in response to ExporttoPowerdesignererrors
    Which version of InfoSphere Data Architect are you using?

    Are your data types (i.e., Small Numeric Identifier) defined in domains in an external domain model?

    Thanks,
    Robin
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    Re: Data Architect Export to Powerdesigner fails and then changes data types

    ‏2012-04-19T18:10:21Z  in response to ExporttoPowerdesignererrors
    Data architect version 7.5.3 and no I have no domains defined.
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    Re: Data Architect Export to Powerdesigner fails and then changes data types

    ‏2012-04-19T18:11:34Z  in response to ExporttoPowerdesignererrors
    I have no external domain model. What is an external domain model?
    • rraddatz
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      Re: Data Architect Export to Powerdesigner fails and then changes data types

      ‏2012-04-19T18:18:21Z  in response to ExporttoPowerdesignererrors
      Can you share your model so I can see take a look?

      An external domain model is a separate model used to define domains - can be used by more than one logical model.

      Thanks,
      Robin