DML Error logging table in Set base mode

Hi all,
In ETL data errors can be handled thru error logging table. Like this example given in the document-
INSERT /*+ APPEND PARALLEL */
INTO sales SELECT product_id, customer_id, TRUNC(sales_date), 3,
promotion_id, quantity, amount
FROM sales_activity_direct
LOG ERRORS INTO sales_activity_errors('load_20040802')
REJECT LIMIT UNLIMITED
In this example bulk loading is possible even in the presence of errors. The data errors will go in table 'Sales_activity_errors'.
I want to generate this kind of coding in OWB in set base mode. For that i have to create a error logging table in target schema. How can I reference this table in a mapping? can it be done by shadow table? It's a very important feature in ETL for bulk loading. Is it available in OWB in set based mode?
Guyzz please check this out and help me..
Regards,
Sumanta

Hi,
I am not sure if the DML error logging method is avaliable to be used in OWB 10g R2. You can use the data rule method. Create the data rules on the target table. Deploy it from OWB. Create your mappings and then execute them. Two insert statements will be generated. One for loading the target table for loading records where no rules are violated. The other for loading the <target table>_ERR for loading records where one or more error rules are violated.
Both these statements do a bulk loading. So your purpose will be solved.
Again you can use the splitter method that has already been mentioned.
Regards
-AP

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