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How to track composition after loading for DataHub

Hi All,

I'm little confused with data loading & composition in DataHub. Once I do the DataLoad, it shows me on the console with the loading event complete with its actionID say for ex 4009. Now I would assume the composition that would start from here would have the same actionID? If not, I would not expect the same actionID of 4009 to be associated with some other composition process that might have launched sometime earlier even before the Data load with ID 4009 is run.

I'm confused because I see a DataLoad ID of 4009 run today has the same composition ID of 4009 which ran yesterday. Somewhere something's wrong.

I'm attaching screen shots for more clarity where you can check the ID & timestamps. Can anyone please help in understanding this? What I'm trying to achieve is if the data load & composition will have the same ID, then I can run the REST call to check its status?

Thanks, Gouravalt text

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  • Posted on Aug 04, 2016 at 04:34 PM

    The DataLoadingAction and CompositionAction use separate sequence number.
    It is a wrong assumption to believe those would be synchronized.

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 11:58 AM

    I just fixed that issue yesterday. After I check the data in DB for datahub, I found the reason. It was caused by incorrect sample data which was provided in the wiki for "test data load". There are some typo for the column name like the "manufacturerAid" for RawProduct (the "id" should be "ID"), and also the last line of data for RawCategory missed one comma after the description column!!!!

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