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 Through the Recipe panel, you can review and modify the steps of the recipe that you have already created and add new steps to your recipe at the current location.

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You can also flag a step that requires review without which jobs cannot be run.


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Recipe panel

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  • Go to: 
    • Selected: Move the recipe cursor to the selected step. The data grid is updated to display the dataset up to the selected step in the recipe.
    • Start/End: Go to the first or last step of the recipe.
  • Insert after step: Insert a new step after the selected one. See Search Panel.
  • Duplicate: Create a copy of the selected step and insert it after the selected one.

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    Tip: You can modify a duplicated step to create variations of your steps.

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    NOTE: Some steps, such as union or join operations, cannot be duplicated.

  • Cut: Cut the selected step to the clipboard.

  • Copy: Copy the selected step to the clipboard.

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    NOTE: Some steps, such as union or join operations, cannot be copied.

  • Paste after step: Paste the step in the clipboard after the selected step. See Notes below.
  • Create macro: You can create an independent object called a macro out of a selection of steps, which can be applied in other recipes. See Create a or Replace Macro.

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    NOTE: Some types of steps cannot be included in macros. For more information, see Overview of Macros.

     

Notes on pasting:

  • If you are accessing the application over secure HTTPS, you may be prompted to authorize permission to paste. Some browsers store copied data in the global clipboard for the computer, which causes this security warning to be displayed. 
  • If you are accessing the application over less-secure HTTP, pasting in
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  • Go  to selected: Move the recipe cursor to the selected step.
  • Edit: Edit the step.
  • Disable/Enable: Disable or enable the selected step.
  • Delete: Delete the selected step.

  • Move: Move the step to the start or to the end of your recipe. Or, you can move it up or down one step at a time in the recipe.

    Warning

    Moving or deleting a recipe or disabling/enabling steps a recipe can cause steps to break. Some fixups may be required.

  • Insert new step after: Insert a new step after the selected step. See Search Panel.

  • Duplicate: Create a copy of the selected step and insert it after the selected one.

    Tip

    Tip: You can modify a duplicated step to create variations of your steps.

    Info

    NOTE: Some steps, such as union or join operations, cannot be duplicated.

  • Cut: Cut the selected step to the clipboard.

  • Copy: Copy the selected step to the clipboard.

    Info

    NOTE: Some steps, such as union or join operations, cannot be cut or copied.

  • Paste after: Paste the step in the clipboard after the selected step.

  • Create macro: See previous.

Flag for review

The Flag for review option enables you to flag a step in the recipe for review. When you select this option, a warning icon is displayed against the corresponding step and it helps the flow users to review the steps before running the job.

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NOTE: When a step is flagged for review, all downstream steps are disabled, and you cannot run the job until all flagged steps are reviewed. Steps must be reviewed in descending, top-to-bottom order. For more information, see Flag for Review.

Actions:

  • Flag for review: Marks the current step as pending review.
    • Select the Flag for review option, add the description, and click Flag
    • A warning icon is displayed against the corresponding step. For more information, see Flag for Review.
  • Unflag for review: Removes the current step from pending review.
  • Edit description: Edit the description for flag for review.
  • Mark as reviewed /Mark as pending review: You can toggle between these options to mark the review as complete or to mark the step as pending review. After you select Mark as reviewed, a tick mark is displayed against the reviewed step.

Multi-step options

If you select multiple steps in your recipe, the following options are available:

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