DDS objects are selected as part of setting up an automated DDS run or processing a manual run.


List DDS Objects

Lists all objects, both standard and custom, available for use in a DDS job.

getDdsObjects

<getDdsObjects/>

Parameters

No parameters


Get DDS Object Data Definition Language

The Data Definition Language (DDL) returned is currently compatible with PostgreSQL databases.

getDdsDdl

<getDdsDdl>
    <object>CUSTOMER</object>
</getDdsDdl>

Parameters

Name Required Type Description
object Required string Object integration name to get.

The above function returns data structured like this:

<DdsDdl>
    <Ddl>
        create table CUSTOMER (
        RECORDNO integer,
        CUSTOMERID varchar,
        NAME varchar,
        ENTITY varchar,
        TERMNAME varchar,
        RESALENO varchar,
        ...
        MODIFIEDBY integer,
        MEGAENTITYKEY integer,
        MEGAENTITYID varchar,
        MEGAENTITYNAME varchar,
        WEBSITE varchar,
        ddsReadTime timestamp);
        
        alter table CUSTOMER add constraint PK_CUSTOMER primary key(CUSTOMERID);
        -- Link column PARENTKEY to CUSTOMER.RECORDNO;
        -- Link column SHIPTOKEY to CONTACT.RECORDNO;
        -- Link column BILLTOKEY to CONTACT.RECORDNO;
        -- Link column DISPLAYCONTACTKEY to CONTACT.RECORDNO;
        -- Link column CONTACTKEY to CONTACT.RECORDNO;
        -- Link column ACCOUNTKEY to GLACCOUNT.RECORDNO;
        -- Link column CUSTTYPEKEY to CUSTTYPE.RECORDNO;
        -- Link column MEGAENTITYKEY to LOCATION.RECORDNO;
        
    </Ddl>
</DdsDdl>

Note: You can also access the DDL for an object from the UI. Choose Platform Services > Objects > object and look at the bottom of the page.


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