Change Ownership of Scheduled Remote Table Replications and Data Flows
- How to take over ownership of another user’s schedule
- You have familiarised yourself with the SAP Datasphere interface.
- You have given consent to let the job scheduling component of SAP Datasphere run scheduled tasks on your behalf.
- You have understood different roles, and are assigned the SAP Datasphere Integrator role.
- Step 1
Go to the Data Integration Monitor and select your Space.
Open the monitor for the relevant object.
If you haven’t authorized SAP Datasphere yet to run your scheduled tasks for you, you will see a message at the top of the monitor asking for your consent. Give your consent.
For remote tables and views: Select the object for which you want to schedule a task.
Depending on the object, perform the following action:
For remote tables, select Schedule Replication and then click on Edit Schedule.
For views, select Schedule and then click on Edit Schedule.
For data flows, select Schedule and then click on Edit Schedule.
The Edit Schedule window opens.
For data flows, you first enter a dialog where you select the relevant data flow before you get to the Edit Schedule window.
Click on Assign to Me and confirm the following message.
Click on OK to save the schedule.
The Owner field now shows your user ID as the new owner of the schedule. The scheduling component from now own will execute the task on your behalf.
With the SAP Datasphere Integrator role you can change the schedule and let the scheduling component run tasks on your behalf. For data flows, you need the SAP Datasphere Integrator role along with the SAP Datasphere Viewer or the SAP Datasphere Modeler role.
- Step 2
If a user leaves your organization or has been deleted from SAP Datasphere for any reason, and this user happens to be the owner of a job scheduled in your tenant, then you will need to change the ownership of this job schedule to another user. Job schedules are not assigned to any other user automatically and can’t be executed successfully unless they are associated with an existing user.
Hence, it is important to change the ownership of a scheduled remote table replication or data flow if the owner of the same has left or has been deleted from your SAP Datasphere tenant.
You have completed the 7th tutorial of this group. Now you know how to take ownership of scheduled remote table replications and data flows in SAP Datasphere.
Learn in the next tutorial how to create a database user in SAP Datasphere.
- Step 3
Where can you find the Edit Schedule option to make changes to created schedules?