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Through the search context panel, you can locate transformations to specify and add at the current location in your recipe.

You can search for transformations to add in any of the following ways:

  • At the top of the Transformer page, click the Magnifying Glass icon.
  • When you choose to add a new step to your recipe, the Search panel opens in the context panel.
  • To add a new recipe from anywhere in the Transformer page, press CTRL/COMMAND+ K. Enter a search string for your transformation step.

Enter text or browse the available transformations to begin building your next step.

Tip

Tip: When you enter a search term, you can choose to use that term to search the product documentation. Select the Search documentation entry.


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To locate transformations, you can browse or search.

Browse:

  • Headings like Formulas indicate categories of transformations.
  • For each transformation, you can review a brief description of it.

Search:

  • Enter a few characters of a transformation, function or other object such as a metadata reference for which you are looking. Matches are underlined in the panel.
    • To see a list of all available functions, enter function. When selected, a New formula transform is pre-specified using the selected function.
  • copied step can be pasted back into the Search panel and modified from the Transform Builder. Copy and paste may not be supported across different releases of the product.
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At the bottom of your search results, you can click the Search documentation link to search the product documentation for the term you entered.

After you have selected the transformation to build, the  the Transform Builder is pre-populated with the required parameters to begin some configuration done for you, so you can begin specifying the transformation. Parameters are based on the currently selected context in the data grid or column browser.  For more information, see Transform Builder.