PowerCenter 10.1.1 HotFix 1
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Properties Tab Options
Parameter File Name
Designates the name and directory for the parameter file. Use the parameter file to define workflow variables.
Write Backward Compatible Workflow Log File
Select to write workflow log to a file.
Workflow Log File Name
Enter a file name, or a file name and directory. Required.
The Integration Service appends information in this field to that entered in the Workflow Log File Directory field. For example, if you have “C:\workflow_logs\” in the Workflow Log File Directory field, then enter “logname.txt” in the Workflow Log File Name field, the Integration Service writes logname.txt to the C:\workflow_logs\ directory.
Workflow Log File Directory
Designates a location for the workflow log file. By default, the Integration Service writes the log file in the service variable directory, $PMWorkflowLogDir.
If you enter a full directory and file name in the Workflow Log File Name field, clear this field.
Save Workflow Log By
If you select Save Workflow Log by Timestamp, the Integration Service saves all workflow logs, appending a timestamp to each log.
If you select Save Workflow Log by Runs, the Integration Service saves a designated number of workflow logs. Configure the number of workflow logs in the Save Workflow Log for These Runs option.
You can also use the $PMWorkflowLogCount service variable to save the configured number of workflow logs for the Integration Service.
Save Workflow Log For These Runs
Number of historical workflow logs you want the Integration Service to save.
The Integration Service saves the number of historical logs you specify, plus the most recent workflow log. Therefore, if you specify 5 runs, the Integration Service saves the most recent workflow log, plus historical logs 0–4, for a total of 6 logs.
You can specify up to 2,147,483,647 historical logs. If you specify 0 logs, the Integration Service saves only the most recent workflow log.
Enable HA Recovery
Enable workflow recovery. Not available for web service workflows.
Automatically recover terminated tasks
Recover terminated tasks without user intervention. You must have high availability and the workflow must still be running. Not available for web service workflows.
Maximum automatic recovery attempts
When you automatically recover terminated tasks you can choose the number of times the Integration Service attempts to recover the task. Default is 5.