Latest Posts in Dynamic Schema

Tiana Warner
February 3, 2021 • 4 min

In a dynamic workflow, feature types are not locked to a specific schema. This is a key concept in FME that can greatly simplify your workspaces in situations where the data model ...

Mark Ireland
April 30, 2015 • 11 min

In Latin they say "tempora mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis" (the times change and we change with them). If you prefer your philosophy to have a Greek bent, Heraclitus said "Every...

Mark Ireland
June 11, 2013 • 15 min

FME 2013-SP2: Excelsior!: By Mark Ireland Hi FME’ers, FME 2013-SP2 has been released! It should be about build 13499 meaning there have been 50 builds since SP1 was released;...

Mark Ireland
December 7, 2010 • 10 min

With a ton of enhancements to the graphic interface - and good user feedback too - we're confident that there's never been a better time to restructure data with a SchemaMapper tha...

Mark Ireland
June 21, 2010 • 7 min

When I describe a dynamic FME workspace I often say that "it lets you write data, even when you don't know what the incoming layers or attributes will be". This perhaps causes m...

Mark Ireland
April 14, 2010 • 12 min

This use case is intended to show a real world scenario for FME dynamic workspaces, and how to integrate dynamic functionality with batching tools like a Dataset Fanout.

Mark Ireland
February 2, 2010 • 12 min

Dynamic and Generic are two aspects of FME functionality, alike in purpose but still distinct features in their own right. To put it succinctly, Dynamic ≠ Generic. So this post e...

Mark Ireland
October 30, 2009 • 12 min

Oh what a tangled web you weave, when first you practice to use the SchemaMapper. Hopefully this post will unpick some of the more tangled issues when you dive into mapping Feature...
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