We have started using Git for maintaining our DataStage codebase. We're able to publish/load the jobs to/from Git repo successfully. However, if we want to publish multiple jobs to the Git repository at once, current version of DataStage Flow Designer does not have the required feature.
Likewise, if we start to move and work in a different DataStage environment(i.e. production), we won't be able to load the jobs that don't exist in the environment from the repository.
|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||Data Engineers and ETL developers will benefit. For Data Engineers, as their project grows, it should be easy enough to add and commit all the changes they made to their jobs at once.|
How should it work?
There is no current workaround for this in the existing solution.
We'd like to see:
|Priority Justification||Data Engineers will be dependent on these services for better and more efficient code maintenance. But the existing services within CP4D do not support them..|
|Client Name||Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center|
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