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The Task chain is used to add a list of tasks that need to be executed sequentially. The task sequence order specified in the run configuration will determinate the order of the execution of the tasks.

The Task chain will execute the task according to the selected parallelism.

The following details must be entered for the Run configuration of the task:

Basic options

Run Configuration

Name

A unique name for the task chain

Environment

Select if the task should be executed in the Test or Production environment.

Description

A description of the task

Tasks sequence

Select tasks from Available tasks and click >> to add them to Tasks included in chain. You can reorder the tasks.

Advanced options
Run Configuration

Parallelism

Type the number of tasks that can be executed simultaneously. This can be set per process or available cores.

Continue on error

Select if you want to ETL task to continue or stop execution when an error is encountered.

Scheduling options
 

Hour mask (leave empty for no mask)

Select the time of the day when the task is scheduled to run.

Day of week mask (leave empty for no mask)

Select the days of the week to schedule the task.

Day of month mask (leave empty for no mask)

Select the days of the month to schedule the task.

Apply mask validation

Select if you want to mask the validation or not.

Execute after time

Specify the time period after which the scheduler task must be executed.

Enqueueable

Select if you want the task to be enqueued if other tasks are being executed.

Click Save to add the task chain to Run configurations and it will be set to Active.

You can run this configuration using . The task executions are displayed in Run History with Date, Last exit state, number of warnings, number of errors, number of failures, and run time details.

You can delete a task chain using Delete button.