How Scenarios and Operations Work
A scenario is a procedure that consists of a sequence of operation calls. Scenarios are the basic mechanism for performing operations on data sources. They are used to implement several different types of applications, including ETL (Extract, Transform, Load) and Data Quality.
Operations may have operation-specific parameters and usually have data location parameters, such as: data source name, space name, table name, target source name, target space name, and target table name. The target parameters specify where the result of the operation will be stored.
Many operations include the name of a specification to be run as a parameter. Such operations usually do not require source and target parameters because these parameters are part of the specifications.
When operations are added to a scenario, their titles typically take the form "<operation name>:<name of the most descriptive parameter>.