Add an Operation to a Scenario
To add an operation to a scenario, either append it as the last operation in the scenario or insert the operation before or after an existing operation.
To append an operation to scenario:
- Right-click the scenario name, hover over Append operation, and select an operation. A list of the operations appear.
- Select the desired operation. The operation will be added to the end of the scenario and the operation will be opened in a tab in the current window.
- Enter any operation-specific parameters.
To insert an operation before or after an existing operation:
- Expand the scenario by clicking the > sign on the left of the scenario's name.
- Right-click the operation title (which usually takes the form"<operation name>:<name of the most descriptive parameter>), hover over Insert operation before or Insert operation after, and select an operation. The current window will display the operation window.
- Enter any operation-specific parameters in the operation window.
Move an Operation
Operations can be moved from one place to another within the same scenario, or moved from one scenario to another.
To move an operation, drag and drop the operation to its new location. You may not be able to drag and drop an operation into an empty scenario. If you cannot, add an operation to the new scenario so it is no longer empty, drag and drop the desired operation into it, then delete the unwanted operation.
Clone an Operation
Cloning an operation makes an exact copy of the operation and inserts it into the scenario, directly below the operation.
To clone an operation, right-click it and select Clone operation.
Delete an Operation from a Scenario
To delete an operation, right click the operation title and select Delete.
Enable or Disable an Operation
When operations are added to a scenario, they are enabled, meaning that when the scenario is run, the operation will be performed. An operations can be disabled so that when the scenario is run, the operation will be skipped. Disabled operations are displayed with a line through them.
To disable an operation, right-click it and select Disable/enable operation.
To enable an operation, right-click it and select Disable/enable operation.
Run an Operation with or without Setting Parameters
You can run a single operation in a scenario, which is useful for debugging purposes. The operation is run as a synchronous job: the current window will show a spinner until execution is complete, then the results will be shown.
To edit an operation's parameters:
- Click the operator to open it in the current window.
- The parameter fields will appear. They may appear in a variety of formats. Edit the parameters as desired. Remember that your changes are automatically saved when you make them.
- The operation can now be run as part of a scenario or by right-clicking the operation and selecting Run.
You can also run an operation using parameters specified in JSON format. To do so:
- Right-click the operation and select Run with parameters.
- A window will appear that lets you specify the parameters in JSON. Enter the JSON string and select Run.
Validate an Operation
To validate an operation:
- Right-click the operation and select Validate.
View the Lineage of an Operation
To view the lineage of an operation:
- Right-click the operation and select View Lineage.
Profile the Result of Running an Operation
To run an operation then view the profile of the results table:
- Right-click the operation and select Profile Result.
- The operation is run. The profile of the results table is displayed.
View the Result of Running an Operation
To run an operation then view the contents of the results table:
- Right-click the operation and select View Result.
- The operation will be run, then the result table will be opened in the Result tab.
View a Matching Operation's Stewardship UI
To run an operation then view the results in the Stewardship UI:
- Right-click the operation and select Stewardship UI.
- The operation will be run, then the Stewardship UI will be displayed in the current window.