Run Flow Dialog
The name of the job.
This name appears on the jobs and logs panel. Distinct names make it easier to distinguish individual runs of the same flow.
Leave empty to use an auto-generated name.
ParametersParameters to pass to the flow.
|Check to pass a parameter value to the flow. Uncheck to have the flow use the default value for this parameter.|
|The type of the parameter, as declared by the flow.|
|The name of the parameter, as declared by the flow.|
|The value to pass for this parameter.|
|The description of the parameter, as declared by the flow.|
Log LevelThe log level for the job:
TRACE- the most verbose logging mode
DEBUG- much internal activity is logged
INFO- the logging mode for normal operation
WARN- only warnings and errors are logged
ERROR- only errors are logged
OFF- logging is disabled
|Initial heap memory for the JVM running the job|
|Limit for heap memory for the JVM running the job|
Tracking options determine how much information is collected from the running job and displayed in the user interface.
Flows can in turn launch sub-flows. This setting determines which flows to track.
main flow only
Runtime information is collected for the main flow only. Any sub-flows are not tracked.
Runtime information is collected for the main flow and any sub-flows it launches. Please note that if the job launches a substantial number of flows, collecting too much information can cause the user interface to become unresponsive.
Does not collect any runtime information for any flows. Only high level information about the run process is available in the user interface.
This setting determines how processed data is collected for display in the user interface.
Select if and how many data rows to capture from hops, and which flows to collect data from.
This setting allows balancing processing speed vs. responsiveness of the user interface.
A data processing job can easily take up most of the computing resources of a desktop computer. This setting allows to throttle the processing, so the user interface has a chance to catch up and responsively display processed data.