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Merged_CIS Table

Does anyone know what the merged_cis table are for? Is this for historical purpose of all merged ci? Does integration reference this table and auto-merge CI with global-id in this table?

 

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Re: Merged_CIS Table

This will help in finding history of merges and in reconciliation of CIs with stable ID provided (the old one).

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Re: Merged_CIS Table

does these value get read during integration?

for example -

on march 23 - a population run from UD-A to UD-B and it merge node a with node B on UD-B. This then get record in the merged_cis table

 

in UD-A the two node are seperate and not merged.

 

on march 24 - another population run, does integration then read from the merged_cis for global_id and auto merge node a and B again?

 

 

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Re: Merged_CIS Table

Those tables used during reconciliation phase.

Could you please clarify where the question coming from?

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