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Concurrent execution of workflows

Concurrent execution of workflows

Concurrent execution of workflows

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Hello,

Does anyone know whether it is possible to run the same job flow concurrently? The scenario is that staggered data gets entered into the source tables in question, but clients still need the target outputs with whatever data is available regardless. I am not sure if there is a way to do this within Powercenter.

Thanks for any help.

RE: Concurrent execution of workflows

Not sure what you want here. Why would you want to run a job concurrently? (or do you mean continuously)
I expect that job 1 will have an exclusive write lock on the target untill the job completes.
Can you explain in more detail?

Ties Blom
 

RE: Concurrent execution of workflows

I'm not sure if I understand the question.

You mean have to instances of the same workflow running concurrently? In different phases?

If this is what you mean, you need to duplicate the workflow (same workflow can't be executing twice) but then have to pay some attetion to some other questions like locks or data changes, etc..

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