This step outputs a set of rows of data to a Java properties files. For more information on this file format, read this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.properties.
The data needs to be structured in a key/value format to be usable for a properties file.
The name of this step as it appears in the transformation workspace.
The input field name that will contain the key part to be written to the properties file.
The input field name that will contain the value part to be written to the properties file.
Short comment that is going to be copied into the properties file (at the top).NOTE: Only the first line is commented out. The next ones need to be commented by the user.
The filename without the file extension.
Check this option to update an existing property file. Properties in the file that are not processed by the step will remain unchanged.
Create parent folder
Check this option if you want to automatically create the parent folder.
Accept file name from field?
Check this option if the file name is specified in an input stream field.
File name field
Specifies the field that contains the name of the file to write to.
Specify the file extension. Usually this is "properties".
Include stepnr in filename
Includes the step number (when running in multiple copies) in the output filename.
Include date in filename
Includes the date in the output filename with format yyyyMMdd (20081231).
Include time in filename
Includes the date in the output filename with format HHmmss (235959).
Displays the path of the file to be written to.
Add files to result filename : Adds the generated filenames read to the result of this transformation. A unique list is being kept in memory that can be used in the next job entry in a job, for example in another transformation.