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I have a folder which contains 100 files, and I need to parse all of them and get the output together. However, 70 of those files have 15 columns while the other 30 have 10 columns. In this case, my batch macro fail to parse the 30 files which have 10 columns because the schema mismatch.
I am thinking of bucket these 100 files to 2 sub folders, one to put in the 70 files have 15 columns and one to put in the 30 files that have 10 columns, so I can have batch marco to go through these 2 sub folders separately.
Does anyone have any idea how to do that? or is there a better suggestion how to parse these 100 files?
Do you want to simply stack them, regardless of the different schema? That can be done in your batch macro settings, so that it will work just like a union tool. If so, go to the View Interface Designer window, Properties (the gear icon), and click the option to configure based on name.