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          1. The  scenario –  if I want to call a job from a provisioning framework with some parameters, I can do it this way:

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          1. Ø1. After the order task group is executed, the first task set some entry data
          2. Ø2. Then in the second task I can set the values we needed in the temporary table(TEST_TEMP_TABLE):
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          1. Ø3.At the end I call the job(in the job folder):
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                                                       ·  With the script runJob  I call a job from Job Folder.

               2. Here is the Job I call from the provisioning framework:

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            1. ØIn step 1(Source tab) – I can select the needed information from the temporary table
                                    and from there to update the entry in the destination tab:
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                                        2. ØIn step2(Destination tab) – I will update the status in the temporary table to avoid already processed data to be processed again.
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    1. Simona Lincheva Post author

      Hi Murali,

      In this case %JOB_ID% is attribute, but it’s the same with a Job Constant only in the appearance will be like that – %$JOB_ID%

      Regards,

      Simona

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      1. C Kumar

        Hi Simona,

        as i can see you have used three passes in your Job

        Pass 1 – Provisioning Entry Parameters

        Pass 2 – Create temporary table

        Pass 3 – Call Job from Job frolder

        I want to say that please also mention what type of Pass one should use here.

        please do mention these thisngd too.

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        Hope you will get my point.

        Regards,

        C Kumar

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