This is the Linux app named Informatica ExecuteWorkflow whose latest release can be downloaded as ExecuteWorkflow_WIN32.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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A Java utility that uses the Informatica Operations API allowing parameter inputs, trapping of suspended workflows and ability to send an email on failure. This utility extends the functionality of the pmcmd startworkflow and starttask command.
If you pass in a parameter file and individual parameters on the command line, a temporary parameter file is created that has the values from the parameter file and appends the individual parameters.
The e-mail sent is in HTML format using tables and looks similar to the workflow monitor output.
- Written in java using Informatica Operations API.
- Platform independent.
- Can be executed on any OS supported by Informatica SDK without installing the PowerCenter server or client software.
- Pass in up to 10 individual name-value pair parameters enclosed with "" that will be used in the workflow (ie "$$Parameter=value")
- Individual parameters can be appended to an existing parameter file.
- Ability to send an email to comma delimited list of addresses on workflow failures using SMTP.
- Traps a suspended workflow and fails the command.
- Use of a default properties file to define server names, authentication and email settings.
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