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Insight: Looking for the job that updates ETL_INFO table

Timur Markunin (6495165145) | asked Feb 06 '13, 5:43 a.m.

I'm creating my own ETL job. I need to implement incremental behaviour so I want to utilize $MODIFIED_SINCE variable. 
My understanding is that I need to somehow insert info about last successful run of my job into ETL_INFO table and then initialize $MODIFIED_SINCE using GetNFLastETLSuccessDateTime function.

Am I right? How could I insert data into ETL_INFO?

-thanks in advance

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Junli Wang (5512) | answered Feb 06 '13, 6:08 a.m.
just use a procedure node containing the user defined function: SetNFETLStatusDateTime, at the end of your job.
this function will insert data into ETL_INFO table.
you may refer to the existing jobs doing this, eg Jobs->CQJobs->ALM

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Timur Markunin commented Feb 06 '13, 7:39 a.m.

Thanks Junli! Maybe you could also comment on $RESULT variable usage?

I use following procedure:

In execution log I have:
[PROGRESS   - 12:29:55] Build Node 2 'Sber_Timesheet'; succeeded
[VARIABLE   - 12:29:55] RESULT = TRUE
[PROGRESS   - 12:29:55] Procedure Node 3 'SetFinishedTime'; reported the following:

DM-EXP-0003 An expression validation error occurred at position 3
Unknown variable '$RESULT2'.

I don't understand how I could use $RESULT variable....

Junli Wang commented Feb 06 '13, 7:59 a.m.

right click on the build in the job, open the Properties window,  the second tab 'Details', there is a text box you can define the result variable, eg. you input 'Result1', in the later procedure node, Result1 will be referred as the result of this build.

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