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From the Inbound Jobs tab, you can create new inbound jobs.  To create:

  1. Click the New Inbound Job button to bring up the New Inbound Job dialog
  2. Enter the properties of the new inbound job (available job fields differ by connector)

    1. Populate Job Record – Choose how to populate the job (required)
      1. Clear Job Record – Start with an empty record
      2. Use Template – Start with a template job
      3. Clone Job – Start with a clone from an existing job
    2. Job Description – Description of the job (required)
    3. Job Schedule – Choose the frequency the job will run (required)
      1. Hourly
      2. Daily
      3. Weekly
      4. Every 5 Minutes
      5. Every 15 Minutes
      6. Every 30 Minutes
      7. Custom
    4. Enabled – Choose if job is active (required)
    5. Log Raw API Calls – Choose if raw API calls are logged (required)
    6. Allow Empty Table – Choose if an empty table is allowed (required)
    7. Destination Table – Name of the destination table (e.g., my_table_cm_computer) (required)
    8. Data Identity – Identity of the data for dashboards (e.g., cm_computer) (optional)
    9. CSV/JSON/XML File or Path – CSV/JSON/XML file or path (optional)
    10. Append Files to Same Destination Table – Choose if multiple files in the same path will append to the same destination table, or will create a new destination table for each file (optional)
    11. Data Selection – Connector specific data selection command of the job (optional)
    12. Fields to Index – Fields to index (optional)
    13. Data Node – Data node of the job (optional)
    14. Method Type – Method type of the job (GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, DELETE) (required)
    15. API End Point – API end point of the job (optional)
    16. API Query Parameters – API query parameters of the job (optional)
      1. Enter Key and Value pair for each API query parameter
      2. Click the Add API Query Parameters Field button to add API query parameters
      3. Click the Delete button to delete API query parameters
    17. API Return Data Node – API return data node of the job (optional)
    18. Click View Pagination Fields to enter pagination properties of the job
      1. Pagination Type – Paging type of the job (Records, Pages, Next Record Node, Next Page Node) (optional)
      2. API Pagination Node – API pagination node of the job (Next Page, Next Node) (optional)
      3. Pagination Offset Start – Request paging offset start or data node of the job (optional)
      4. Pagination Limit – Request pagination limit of the job (optional)
    19. Request Sort By Field – Field to sort the job by (databases only) (optional)
    20. Request Unique Key Field – Request unique key field of the job (optional)
    21. Request Limit – Request limit of the job (optional)
    22. Request Filter – Fields to filter from the job (optional)
    23. Pagination Termination Node – Pagination termination node of the job (optional)
    24. Maximum API Calls – Limit of API calls that can be made by the job to avoid an endless loop (optional)
    25. Click View Enumeration Fields to enter enumeration properties of the job
      1. Enumeration Type – Enumeration type of the job (API End Point, External Data, Other ETL Job) (optional)
      2. Enumeration Keys End Point – Enumeration keys end point of the job (optional)
      3. Enumeration Node – Enumeration node of the job (optional)
      4. Enumeration Key – Enumeration key of the job (optional)
    26. Order – Choose the order the job will run at the designated frequency (required)
  3. Click the Create button when finished to create the inbound job. You will be redirected back to the Inbound Jobs tab. Click the Close button to cancel the operation.
    NOTE:  New jobs assume the status of the Inbound Job Templates or clone they are instantiated from.

    1. The new inbound job function is only available to users in the Administrator security group