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DI studio Jobs

Could you please help me understand what does blue color icon in the below job indicates?

 

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Re: DI studio Jobs

It means that the job have been deployed (and available for scheduling).

And it means that there should exist a corresponding Deployed Job object (with a blue arrow on top of the cogwheel).

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And as an additional idea, if you wonder about other icon meaning, you could do a "Tools -> Search", and then you get a nice list of all available metadata object types with icons. There you get at least the names.

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And, I think most of them are described in the documentation:

http://documentation.sas.com/?docsetId=etlug&docsetVersion=4.903&docsetTarget=n165623buc6b70n1jxrviw...

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Re: DI studio Jobs

Could you please help me understand what does the dotted line indicates here? Also I wanted to know how to number the transformation like 2,3,4 & 5 in the screenshot below?

 

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Re: DI studio Jobs

This is a new question, and should therefore be posted in a separate thread.

But dotted lines shown logical dependencies according to execution order of the transformations. This in contrast to solid lines that shows data flow.

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Re: DI studio Jobs

Thank you, Also I wanted to know how to number the transformation like 2,3,4 & 5 per the screenshot which is mentioned above?

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You mean how to reorder the transformations?

That is managed in the "Control Flow" tab in the "Details" pane.

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@Babloo

To make the forum also usable as searchable knowledge base please ask only one question per posting and then mark the right/most helpful answer as solution. Always try to give your post a relevant subject line.

For new questions please start new postings and if related to the already answered question eventually reference your previous post in there.

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