The Omni-Insurance Relational OnRamp is a set of relational tables and protocols used to load data into an Omni system. This section describes how data can be integrated with the Relational OnRamp.
Excel workbooks, generated on deployment, provide documentation for each IDS subject. The top-level subject and each child collection are described on separate worksheets of the workbook. The worksheet describes each attribute, its data type, and the layout of the corresponding ramp and model tables of a subject. Table mappings can be obtained from the Deployment area of the Omni Console, where a Download Documentation option is available.
Each OnRamp table has a group of identifying columns, which taken together, map to the source system record. These columns will be part of the primary key.
For top-level subjects, the identifying columns are:
For child collections, the identifying columns are:
Equivalently, the identifying columns of a child collection may be defined recursively as the combination of the following:
Finally, the full primary key for any of these tables, whether top-level, or child collection, is comprised of the identifying columns described above and the batch_id column, which is present in each ROR table.
Note: The identifying column values are restricted to the following characters: A-Z, a-z, 0-9, and underscores (_), hyphens (-) and carets (^).
The following are conventions for forming OnRamp fields from their IDS names, based on their type.
<lower_case> + _src <lower_case> + _set <lower_case> + _val
<lower_case> + _subjectName + _snm <lower_case> + _subjectName + _sid
<lower_case> + _subjectName + _sbj <lower_case> + _subjectName + _snm <lower_case> + _subjectName + _sid
<grp_id> + <lower_case>
Source Codes and Source Code Sets are loaded through the OnRamp tables like other subjects. The top-level subject to use when submitting a batch with either or both is SourceCodeSet. However, the IDS structure for SourceCode and SourceCodeSet is slightly different from standard subjects, so the following considerations apply.