DataWorks allows you to modify the configurations, such as the owner, of multiple nodes, resources, and functions at a time. After that, you can commit and deploy the modified objects to the production environment at a time. This topic describes how to use the batch operations feature in DataWorks.
- Log on to the DataWorks console, go to the DataStudio page, and then click the Batch Operation icon in the top toolbar in the left-side navigation pane.
- Modify multiple DataWorks objects at a time.
- On the Batch Operation-Data Development tab, you can perform operations on multiple nodes, resources, or functions at a time on the Node, Resource, or Function tab.
- On each tab, you can set the filter conditions, such as the Business processes and Responsible person parameters, to search for required objects. Note
- Batch sync nodes can be filtered by resource group for Data Integration, types of the source and the destination, and names of the source and the destination.
- The filter conditions on the Node tab are different from those on the Resource, and the Function tabs.
- If the search results are displayed on the tab, you can select multiple nodes, resources, or functions that you want to modify.
- After that, click a button at the bottom to perform the operation on the selected
objects as needed. Note
- In the dialog box that appears, if you set the Mandatory modification parameter to Yes, nodes that are locked by other owners will be modified. If you set this parameter to No, only the nodes that are locked by you will be modified.
- If you modify and commit the objects on the Batch Operation-Data Development tab, the operations take effect only in the development environment. To update the configurations of nodes, resources, or functions in the production environment, you must deploy the objects to the production environment on the Deploy page.
- You can click Historical operation records in the upper-right corner to view the details of historical operations.