We've covered a lot in this chapter. We started off by taking a look at how we define physical connections to our data resources, create Logical Schema names to decouple us from any specific operational environment, and link the physical and logical representations via Contexts.
We walked through the high-level concepts of how to reverse-engineer those Logical Schemas to create the ODI models that will become the foundation for our data integration flows.
We examined three simple flow examples that illustrated the use of Knowledge Modules for loading and integrating data, and we learned how to choose and import those Knowledge Modules.
We had a quick look at the internals of a KM, giving us a better understanding of the information that we'll ...