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Performs a mapping of incoming attributes to out-coming attributes using map functions. Odysseus also provides a wide range of mapping functions.

Hint: Map is stateless. To used Map in a statebased fashion see: StateMap

Parameter

  • expressions: A list of expressions to map multiple incoming attribute values to out-coming attributes. Optional each expression can have a name (in this case use ['expression', 'expressionName'])
  • threads: Number of threads used to process the expressions simultaneous. A positive number greater than 1 indicates the fixed number of threads, a value of 0 or 1 disables threading, and a negative number estimates the number of threads based on the number of expressions and the available processors.
  • allownull: If set to true (default) and an error occurs in calculation a null value is added to the element. Else the element is skipped and no output is produced. Default is true.

  • evaluateOnPunctuation: If set to true, map will also create an output (with the last read element) when it receives a punctuation.
  • supressErrors: If set to true calculation errors will not appear in log or console. Could be helpful in scenarios where null values are allowed.
  • keepAttributes: If set to true, the input object will be copied to the output object. Remark: Not usable in keyvalue, here you should use $ instead
  • removeAttribtues:A List of attributes, which will be removed from the input object. Only valid together with keepAttributes.

Example

PQL
Map Operator
output = MAP({
              expressions = [
								['auction_id * 5','AuctionMult5'],
								'sqrt(auction_id)'
							]
             }, input)

CQL
Map Operator
SELECT auction_id * 5, sqrt(auction_id) FROM input