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Status Not under consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 28, 2020

Get a way to see all the scheduled IA DataRules

Currently using IGC query, we are able to get run history of scheduled IA jobs. We want to see list of all scheduled IA data rules in a project with date and timing, data rule name and frequent run detail of that schedule.

Needed by Date May 20, 2020
    Sep 28, 2020

    Thank you for your idea. All enhancements requests will be considered for IBM Watson Knowledge Catalog moving forward.

  • Guest
    Aug 27, 2020

    The internal 'Schedule' is intended for limited use such as in development test. For serious scheduling IBM recommends an external scheduling tool of your choice. IBM provides extensive CLI/API/REST capability to support the execution of Data Rules and other DQ tasks from such an external scheduling tool. Many of our clients have a table driven process. All Data Rules can be stored in a table (or file) along with information about their run frequency. A script reads the table on a regular basis and generates the command(s) to invoke the tasks. Please consider such a solution.