Copy Domains to other Project Versions, Receiver Updates, and New Documentation

Hi All,

We have a lot of exciting updates this week. Let's dive in!

Copy Domain to Other Projects

You can now easily copy your Domains into any Project Version within your Organization. This will save you a ton of time from having to re-do a complicated Domain. 

To copy a Domain to a different Project Version:

  1. Click the copy button in the Domain Dashboard 
  2. Select the Project Version you would like to copy your Domain to
  3. Name your new Domain
  4. Click save
  5. Your Domain has now been copied


DelimitedFileReciver Update: Support for Multi Row Headers

The DelimitedFileReceiver now has optional parameters that allow it to read from an XML configuration file that defines one or more header rows for the delimited file output. When these two parameters are left empty, the DelimitedFileReceiver will automatically use each Attribute's originalName parameter to define a one-row header in the delimited file output. These two parameters are:

  • headerFilePath - Defines the path to an XML configuration file that has header information.
  • headerFileName - Defines the file name of XML configuration file that has header information.

Learn how to use this new feature in our updated documentation.

SQLBatchUpdate Receiver 

This is a brand new Receiver. The SQLBatchUpdateReceiver connects to a database and performs batched updates using a configuration file that contains one or more SQL update statements to tables in one or more databases. This Receiver is useful when executing synthetic data replacement of values on multiple tables within one or more databases to guarantee data security.

You can learn more about this Receiver in this help article

FixedFileReceiver Documentation

One of our favorite Receivers now has updated documentation. In case you are not familiar with it already, the FixedFileReceiver writes Domain Attribute values in a fixed format to a file. The order of the columns and the fixed length of each column is defined within an XML configuration file. You can learn all about this Receiver in this this help article.

We have some more exciting updates being announced later this week. Stay tuned!


Stephen Chisa

GenRocket | PM

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