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Jerome Fr wrote:Hi Jerome,
It is asynchronous, the session code is returned at invokation time. You have to monitor the session by yourself thanks to this session id.
is there any way to know is execution status of session (success/fail) from webservice.Because no matter execution fails/succeed odi always return the session id.
If you go for Asynchronous, you can use getSessionStatus. Parameters are ODI user, password, work repository name and session id(s) (you can retrieve the status for multiple session at one time I think).Hi Jerome,
Hope it helps,
The request payload is like this:-
Now my question is for *<Synchronous>synchronous</Synchronous>* element what I have to write:-
true or false
you also can use 1 or 0
in fact, you can confirm it by using odistartscen tool in package,
1)drag/drop odistartscen into package diagram
2)in property inspector->general, you can choose from a list, then in property inspector->command, you can find what synchronous value is really what...