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Jobs

Starting the process of moving data.

Overview

Jobs will be created by the system when there is need for a stream to be executed. The different options for creating a job could be:
  • Manual trigger - Triggered by a user in the control panel.
  • Scheduled trigger - Triggered on a schedule attached to the source by the system.
  • Notification/web hook trigger - Triggered by the HighCohesion system receiving notification (web hook) from a 3rd party system.
Once a job has been created, it is possible to view the outcome of the job and any related log files in the control panel.

Job List

The job list page is shown when clicking on the "Jobs" link from the left hand navigation in the control panel. This table of jobs from your account are defaulted in the scheduled date/time execution order, with the latest jobs being listed at the top of the page.
The jobs list can be filtered using the filter dropdown panel at the top right hand side on the table.

Job View

The job single view page allows you to view the logs and any related source files for the selected job.

Functions

Replicate Job

The control panel allows you to replicate a previously run job. This can be done by pressing the "replicate job" button in the top right hand corner on the jobs page. You can edit some settings of the job before running it. The replication process varies slightly depending on the type of job being replicated. This is outlined below.

Static and Dynamic Web Events

When you click on replicate job on a static or dynamic web event job, a popup will appear that contains the original web event payload. You are then free to edit this payload with new information. When the job is replicated, this new payload will be used rather than the original.

Manual and Scheduled Jobs

When you click on replicate job on a manual or scheduled job, a popup will appear that contains the job specification from when the job ran. You are then free to edit the specification for the job. When the job is replicated, the new specification will be used rather than the original.