This topic describes how to commit nodes to Operation Center for testing after you configure the nodes.

Procedure

  1. Optional. Commit nodes. If you have committed nodes and have not modified the nodes after node configurations, skip this step.
    1. On the Data Analytics tab, click Business Flow and then double-click Workshop. On the Workshop tab, click the icon.
    2. Select all nodes that can be committed and Ignore I/O Inconsistency Alerts. Then, click Commit.Select nodes
    Note In a workspace in standard mode, after you commit the nodes, you must click the Deploy icon to deploy the nodes in the production environment.
  2. Click Operation Center in the upper-right corner.Operation Center
  3. On the page that appears, click Cycle Task Maintenance and then Cycle Task in the left-side navigation pane. On the page that appears, double-click start in the Name column.
  4. In the directed acyclic graph (DAG) that appears on the right, right-click the start node and choose Run > Current and Descendant Nodes Retroactively.
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  5. In the Patch Data dialog box, select the nodes for which retroactive data needs to be generated, set the time range to the last week, and click OK.
    Generate retroactive data
    Note For more information about retroactive data generation tasks, see Retroactive instances.
  6. In the left-side navigation pane, click Patch Data. On the page that appears, view the running status of retroactive data generation tasks. You can click Refresh in the upper-right corner to refresh the page and view the running status of the tasks in real time.44
    If a retroactive data generation task is abnormal, right-click the corresponding node in the DAG, select View Runtime Log, and then fix the issue based on the logs.View the operational logs of retroactive data generation tasks
  7. Verify retroactive data generation.
    1. Click Workshop and then MaxCompute. Right-click Data Analytics and choose Create > ODPS SQL. In the Create Node dialog box that appears, set Node Name to query and click Commit.
    2. Enter the following SQL statement in the SQL editor of the node to query data from June 11, 2019 to June 17, 2019 in the rpt_user_trace_log table:
      select * from rpt_user_trace_log where dt BETWEEN '20190611' and '20190617' limit 1000;
    3. Click the Run icon icon. The following figure shows the query result.View the result