Does MANTA consider conditional statements, where clauses, and joins?

Yes, in MANTA, the lineage produced from conditionals is represented by indirect lineage. Indirect lineage identifies where conditionals are utilizing assets, even if their involvement does not result in data movements of their own.

In programming, a conditional statement is an instruction given to a computer to compare values or make a decision.

A where clause is used to filter data records and extract only the data that meets certain prerequisites.

A join is an SQL operation that establishes a connection between at least two data tables that have matching columns. This creates a relationship between the two tables.

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