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The Jobs tab provides the ability to manage connection jobs.

Available operations:

  • Create new jobs by clicking on the New Job button
  • View the jobs associated with the connection
    • Columns available (available job fields differ by connector)
      • Id (hidden by default) – System Id of the job
      • Job Description – Description of the job
      • Execution Status – Status of the execution (None, Success, Error)
      • Job Schedule – Frequency the job will run (Weekly, Daily, Hourly, Custom)
      • Next Run – Date the job will next run
      • Status – Whether the job is enabled or disabled
      • Allow Empty Table (hidden by default) – Whether an empty table is allowed (Yes, No)
      • Destination Table – Name of the destination table (e.g., my_table_cm_computer)
      • Data Identity – Identity of the data for dashboards (e.g., cm_computer)
        • AD – Identify data to query from a table
      • CSV/JSON/XML File or Path (hidden by default) – CSV/JSON/XML file or path
      • 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
      • Data Selection (hidden by default) – Connector specific data selection command of the job
      • Fields to Index (hidden by default) – Fields to index
      • Method Type – Method type of the job (GET, POST)
      • API End Point – API end point of the job
      • API Query Parameters (hidden by default) – API query parameters of the job
      • API Data Node – API data node of the job
      • API Pagination Node – API pagination node of the job
      • API Error Node (hidden by default) – API error node of the job
      • Pagination Type – Paging type of the job (Records, Pages, Data Nodes)
      • Pagination Offset Start – Request paging offset start or data node of the job
      • Request Unique Key Field – Request unique key field of the job
      • Request Filter (hidden by default) – Fields to filter from the job
      • Request Sort By (hidden by default) – Field to sort the job by
      • Pagination Limit – Request pagination limit of the job
      • Enumeration Keys End Point (hidden by default) – Enumeration keys end point of the job
      • Enumeration Node – Enumeration node of the job
      • Enumeration Key – Enumeration key of the job
      • Data Node – Data node of the job
      • Data Processing (hidden by default) – Future field to be used for running a process against data
      • Order – Order the job should run
      • Connection Id (hidden by default) – System Id of the connection
      • Job Schedule Id (hidden by default) – System Id of the job schedule
  • Edit jobs by selecting a job (row) and clicking the Edit Job button on the toolbar
  • Upload job file by selecting a job (row) and clicking the Upload File button on the toolbar
    NOTE: The upload function is only available for connections with Manual File Upload.
  • Run jobs by selecting a job (row) and clicking the Run Job button on the toolbar
  • Reset jobs by selecting a job (row) and clicking the Reset Job button on the toolbar
  • Delete jobs by selecting a job (row) and clicking the Delete Job button on the toolbar
  • You can also change the number of visible rows in the table, set column visibility, export to CSV or Excel, refresh the table and search for text