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You're ready to run your job

Once you have built a recipe, the step is to run a job. It is important to run the job because:

  • What you've worked on so far is only a sample of the full dataset.

  • Running a job produces an output. Everything during recipe design is held in memory and nothing has been materialized.

To run a job:

1. Select Run Job from the Transformer grid

2. On the Run Job page, you can:

  • Choose an environment to run on (Depending on the version of Trifacta, you may see different options)

  • Select various Run Options like-

    • Choose whether or not to Profile Results

    • Select Validate Schema: When checked, the schemas of the data sources for this job are checked for any changes since the last time that the datasets were loaded. Differences are reported in the Job Details page as a Schema validation stage.

    • Select Fail job if dataset schemas change: When Validate Schema is enabled, check this flag to automatically fail the job if there are differences between the stored schemas for your datasets and the schemas that are detected when the job is launched.

      If this setting is not checked, jobs will complete with warnings and publish output data to targets, even if schema validation detects changes.

    • Choose to Ignore Recipe Errors: You can choose to ignore errors in your recipes and proceed with the job execution.

  • Select a publishing action and location

3. Click Run

An asynchronous job is fired. You can continue to work on other recipes or flows while the job runs.

Tip: You can trigger a run job directly from the Flow View if you click on the details for the Output node.

You can view the status of a running job:

  1. From the Jobs tab in the Details Panel of an Output

  2. From the Jobs Page

You can also cancel a job during the execution.

After a Job run

After a Job is completed, you can:

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