Deleting tasks from stewardship campaigns - 6.5

Data Stewardship

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Data Governance > Third-party systems > Data Stewardship components
Data Quality and Preparation > Third-party systems > Data Stewardship components
Design and Development > Third-party systems > Data Stewardship components
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Configure the three tDataStewardshipTaskDelete components to delete tasks from an Arbitration, a Resolution and a Merging campaigns defined in Talend Data Stewardship.

Procedure

  1. Double-click the first tDataStewardshipTaskDelete to open its Basic settings view.
  2. In the URL field, enter the address of the application suffixed with /data-stewardship/, for example http://localhost:19999/data-stewardship/.

    In this example, all connection information is defined as context parameters and centralized in the Studio repository. For further information about context parameters, see Talend Studio User Guide.

  3. Enter your login information to the server in the Username and Password fields.
    To enter your password, click the [...] button next to the Password field, enter your password between double quotes in the dialog box that opens and click OK.
  4. Click Find a campaign to open a dialog box which lists the campaigns defined in Talend Data Stewardship and for which you are the owner or you have the access rights.
  5. Select the Override enforcement of data model check box to delete the tasks even if their schema type does not match what has been defined on the Talend Data Stewardship server.
  6. Click a column header to sort the list alphabetically for text columns and chronologically for the date column. Select the campaign from which to delete the tasks, Beta Candidates for the first component, and click OK.
    The Campaign, Label and Type fields are automatically filled in with the metadata of the selected campaign.
    The schema of the selected campaign is retrieved from the server and is read-only. You can click Edit Schema to display it. A number of extra columns are added to the schema to give the task metadata.
  7. Filter the tasks you want to delete from the Beta Candidates campaign as follows:
    • From the State list, select to delete the resolved tasks.

    • From the Assignee list, select Any Assignee to delete the tasks per the search criteria assigned to any campaign participants.

    • From the Priority list, select Any priority to delete the tasks tagged with any priority level.

    • From the Choice list, select No to delete the tasks of the candidates who have not been accepted for the beta testing program.

  8. In the Tag field, enter the tag or tags you want to associate with the tasks, use a comma to separate multiple tags.
  9. In the Query field, enter the query statement you want to use to refine the filter you defined in the component properties, if needed.
  10. Double-click the other tDataStewardshipTaskDelete components and follow the same steps to decide what tasks to delete from the Product Catalog, Matching on Spark and CRM Data Deduplication campaigns.