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When a user enters a description to describe an artefact (e.g. business term, reference data set..), the description should be checked for spelling and g...
WKC can catalog bookmarks as references to external web sites, rss feeds, opendata sources, live streams of data
Not all data relevant for analytics is in a repository asset under an organisation control. There is a lot of interesting data sources that are public and external to the user organisation. Cataloguing such knowledge is also helpful. It includes:
Provide structured search support to NLU enrichments for textual data assets
Today, when a PDF or other text documents are profiled, NLU analyzes text with Keywords, Concepts and Categories. Such "enrichments" generated by NLU should be leveraged to find and select data assets.
In fact it looks like having an embedded WDS...
Ability to distribute policies to specific catalogs
Today to have the capability of Policies and rules a user must purchase the Pro edition of Knowledge Catalog. What I anticipated was since I purchased Pro was, I would create a "dev" catalog, a "test" catalog and a "production" catalog. I would us...
Classification process should automatically "learn" from users' manual overrides (per tenant)
Organizations may have a specific pattern for storing data such as person names that don't fit our OOTB regex. For example,names may be stored as "CADOW, EDWARD O (Ed)" in a given system. The inferred classification is Text rather than "Person Na...
My clients have requested a data classification field for a data asset which has a configurable domain of values. For example, an administrator for a customer can define this field to have Public, Confidential, Highly Confidential and Restricted ...
Allow user to specify catalog as the target for automatically discovered data assets
Currently when user checks the option to discover data assets on a connection, the discovered data assets are always added to a (staging) project first, with expectation that the user will then go to the project, and then select the ones he wishes...
Support REST as an asset source in WDP Data Catalog
In attempting to build a business metrics and analytics dashboard we are finding many of our data sources can only be accessed through a REST api. Because of this we are unable to use the catalog to manage the sources from within WDP. Adding suppo...
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