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Collaboration and deployment services does not pick up changes automatically to a modeler stream
CNDS lacks the ability to programmatically create and update Job definitions which are the heart of its execution framework leveraged by CFM SPSS Modeler.
Currently Modeler Adapters do not have the availability to pick up changes made to a stream that contains a script once the stream is stored in the C&DS repository and run in a job.
For example, I create a stream that has not script, I store the stream to the repository. I then open the stream in Modeler and create a script and change the option to 'Run this script'. I store the stream back to the repository run the job that contains the script and the script does not execute.
In order to get the stream to execute the script I must remove the stream for the job and re-add it back in then save the job again.
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