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With SAP Vora and Hadoop connected to my SAP Data Hub, I am ready to build and execute my first Task Workflow:

For this, I leverage the HDFS test.cvs file from Validate the SAP Vora Installation and copy it to simulate a backup scenario:

To start with, I grant my user the authorization to execute my Task Workflow:

Next, I create a Project including my HDSF Connection:

Within my Project I then create a Source:

And Target Data Set:

As the Task, I chose the File Operation Copy Data from Source to Target in Overwrite Mode:

And put this into my Backup Task Workflow:

An overview of my Modeling is also shown in the SAP Data Hub Cockpit:

Finally, I execute my Task Workflow and see it Running both in the SAP Data Hub Modeling tool:

As well as in the SAP Data Hub Cockpit:

Since the file is small, my Task Workflow processes through its Tasks quickly:

And finishes successfully:

Which is also reflected in the SAP Data Hub Cockpit:

Of course, this is only a tiny sort of Hello World example, but I hope it gives you a glimpse of the potential for big data processing that resides within the SAP Data Hub.

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  1. Michelle Crapo

    I always love Hello world programs to help me start into something new.   🙂   This looks interesting.   It doesn’t look like a lot has changed.    Perhaps things are made easier once you learn how to use them.   Susan Keohan  What do you think? Easier?  It’s simplistic so I’m not sure if it is like the workflow of old or if it is something totally different.

     

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