- This command will not attempt to determine if matching resources exist already in the eagle-i repository; it is therefore not idempotent - if it is run two times with the same data file, duplicate resources will be created.
The value of the
-p(promote) parameter indicates the desired workflow state for all resources - we recommend to choose CURATION, verify the resources were ETLd correctly, and then publish using the bulk workflow command (see below). If you've already ran a test ETL in a staging environment, choose PUBLISH directly.
- To avoid classpath confusion, please use the fully qualified path for the
- Make sure to use the full path of your directory,, eg /Users/juliane/swift-4.3.0/mcow_ipsc/test
- Make sure you are in your swift directory in your terminal when you execute the command.
ETL to replace existing or create new resources.