I do not get it. Normally a Source refers to a single TableFile only.
You can always use the (default) Cyclic exit strategy and turn on Blocking. Then it will alternate between the available successors. Or choose MU Attribute if it has to be based on specific MU attributes.
Thanks for your reply.
If there are 10 MU's in a table file, then first 5 go to successor 1and remaining go to successor2.
To do so, i have done this
in the exit strategy of the source --blocking--Mu attributes--integer--openlist--(Mu's 1-5;successor-1;mu's6-10;successor2)
but still all the Mu's going to successor 1 only.
could you help me please?
Ok, slight misunderstanding of this strategy. You need to indicate which attribute (e.g. Name) of the MU determines where it should go. If you give the first 5 a different name, then you can use that. to send them to the correct exit. So, Blocking=true, MU Atribute, Attribute type=string, and something meaningful in the list (e.g. row 1: Name, Green, 1, row 2: Red, 2, row 3: Blue, 3).
Or: use the Cyclic sequence and set 1,1,1,1,1,2,2,2,2,2 in the rows.