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Table 11-1
JDM Web service operations
JDM Web service interfaces
Task Execution and Monitoring operations
executeTask (
[in] task object or name
[out] execution status )
Used to execute the task in the DME synchronously or
asynchronously. This operation takes either a task object
or task name as input and returns the status of the task
execution as output. When a task object is passed as input,
it runs synchronously. When a task name is passed as
input, it runs asynchronously.
getExecutionStatus (
[in] task name
[out] execution status )
Used to get the status of a task submitted for execution
asynchronously. This operation takes the task name as
input and returns the latest execution status as output.
terminateTask (
[in] task name
[out] execution status )
Used to terminate the task that is currently executing in
the DME and returns the termination status of the task. If
the task already completed by the time of this operation's
invocation, this method throws an exception with a failure
to terminate message.
Mining Object Management operations
SaveObject (
[in] object name
[in] overwrite flag
[in] verify flag
[in] mining object details
[out] verification report )
Used to save input mining objects: physical data, logical
data, build settings, apply settings, cost matrix,
taxonomy, and task objects. When the overwrite flag is
set to TRUE, this operation will overwrite the old object
with the specified new object. When the verify flag is set
to TRUE, this operation includes object verification
before saving the mining object. If there are object verifi-
cation issues, a verification report will be generated
and returned to the requester. For example, when a
model build task is saved with the verification flag set to
TRUE and the specified input data for the build task
doesn't exist in the DME, the verification report will be
getObject (
[in] object name
[in] object type
[out] mining object )
Used to retrieve a mining object from the DME. By
specifying the object name and type, the requester can
retrieve the object with that name from the DME. If no
object exists conforming to the request message, this
operation responds with the 'object not found exception'
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