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Different Dataflow May be Executed When Executing a Sequence (Doc ID 2718552.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 03, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Analytics Cloud - Version 105.8.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When executing a sequence, unexpected dataflow may be exucuted.

Following is the step to reproduce.

- Step
1. Create two dataflow named "DF1" and "DF2".
2. Create a sequence named "Sample"
3. Edit this "Sample" sequence and select "DF1" and "DF2".
    Save it. When executing it,"DF1" and "DF2" are executed in sequence.==> No problem.
4. Click [Inspect] from Actions menu of "DF1" dataflow.
5. Change the name in [General] page of "DF1"
    Example) DF1-old
6. Create a new dataflow named "DF1". This dataflow has different flows from "DF1-old" dataflow.
7. Execute "Sample" sequence.
   ==> The issue occurs.  "DF1" and "DF2" should be exeuted. But "DF1" is not exeuted. "DF1-old" and "DF2" are exucuted.


 Renamed the dataflow used by the sequence and prepared new dataflow which has same name.


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