Home > Cloud Cruiser 4 > Collecting, transforming, and publishing > ETL workbooks > Run a workbook for a range of dates

Run a workbook for a range of dates

Table of contents
No headers

This article is part of To collect, transform, and publish data:

7. Catch up
past dates

This article explains how to run the collections and flows of a workbook for a range of consecutive dates. You might need to do this to catch up Cloud Cruiser on data from the past after developing a new workbook, or after a period where a collection didn't successfully run.

To run a schedule for a range of dates

  1. In the Cloud Cruiser Portal, go to Data > Processing > Scheduling.
  2. Select the schedule containing the job(s) you want to run, and then click Run. For example, if you created a schedule for a workbook as part of the Scheduling jobs to run step of the ETL process, select that workbook from the list of schedules.
    A Run Schedule dialog box appears.
  3. In the Select Date field, choose the date against which the scheduled job(s) will run:
    • Specific Date Range: A range of time you specify in the Start Date and End Date fields. Use the format mm/dd/yyyy unless your locale is not US English. You can also click the calendar icon to choose a date.
    • Current Day: The day that the job runs, changing with each execution of the schedule
    • Previous Day: (default) The day before the job runs, changing with each execution of the schedule
    • Current Day Minus 2 Days through Current Day Minus 14 Days: The stated number of days before the job runs, changing with each execution of the schedule
  4. Click OK.
Last modified

Tags

Classifications

This page has no classifications.
© Copyright 2018 Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP