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This topic provides a basic example of how to use a process model.

 

In the following diagram, numbered items illustrate points of activity that must occur in sequential order:

Process Model example

 

1) Data Store A loads incoming data.

2) The input from Data Store A is used in a daily analysis. The Analysis runs and outputs to Data Store B.

3) Data Store B loads the output from the analysis.

4) The Data View runs and loads data from Data Store B.

 

You can automate such a Pipeline Flow by using a Process Model, as follows:

Process Model example

P.1) The Analysis in this example is scheduled to execute on a daily basis, after Data Store A loads. The process model begins with a Start Stage Event that specifies the Analysis as its Triggering Stage and Execution End as its Event Type.

P.2) After the Analysis has executed, Data Store B will have loaded. At this point, the Data View can run. This Task is carried out by the Execute Stage Task.

P.3) Following a successful Data View run, the process model terminates in a Success End Event. The process model will not run again until it is triggered by the Analysis' execution.