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Within a flow, you can create and manage flow parameters, including specifying override values. From the flow menu, select Parameters.
NOTE: Non-flow parameters cannot be edited or deleted from the Parameters tab. These parameters must be modified in the interface for the object to which they apply. Overrides can be applied to these types of parameters through the Overrides tab.
When Parameters for plans: When reviewing parameters for your plan, you may notice that a parameter has multiple values:
- Parameter values that do not conflict are ok. For example, if the parameter is applied to an imported dataset and to an output object which are attached to different recipes, these values are not in conflict.
- If the parameter values are in conflict, then a warning icon is displayed. For example, if a parameter is applied to an imported dataset and to an output object attached to the same recipe, then the conflicting parameter values must be overridden to fix them.
NOTE: When a parameter has conflicting values from objects in a plan task, you must fix them by applying a single override value. If these values are not fixed, then the plan fails to execute.
You can also specify parameter overrides at the plan level. For the recipes in your plan, you can pass in parameter overrides values, which are used during plan runs.
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Manage Parameters Dialog for plans
Tip: To override the inherited value for the parameter, click the Pencil icon. Then, click Save. Whenever the flow is executed as part of this current plan, the override value is used to replace the parameter value and any override that are defined within the flow.
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