ODI - Context

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Contexts are used to group physical resources together in the same environment. Typical contexts are:

  • Development,
  • User Acceptance Test (UAT),
  • Production,
  • and so on.


Naming Convention

Oracle recommend to:

  • use a meaningful name for the context.
  • write it in uppercase.
  • avoid spaces and special characters in the context code.
Name: <Context Name>


Name: Development Ctx
Code: DEV

Name: Production NY


In the Topology Manager, click the Context tab and then click the Insert Context icon. This will bring up the Definition tab for the context. Populate the fields as shown in the figure below.

Odi Topology Create Context

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