[resolved] Stewardship - How to close resolved tasks (tStewardshipInput)

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[resolved] Stewardship - How to close resolved tasks (tStewardshipInput)

Hi folks,
is there an example of the full workflow using stewardship components, especially the part after the correction of the data in the DSC?
In the Talend documentation (Talend_Components_RG) and in the help center (help.talend.com/display/TalendComponentsReferenceGuide54EN/tStewardshipTaskInput) we can only see how to retrieve a resolved task and to display the new values, but we cant see how to "close" it.
What is the usual process to deal with the resolved data?
Full database process :
job with
- a CDC component directly plugged on the DSC database which gather all the task_id with a "resolved" status
- a <DSCdatabase>output component to update the task status (to "done" for instance) so that we can see which task isn't synchronized (not really necessary here in fact)
- some other components to deal with the corrected data
mix of stewardship/database component :
job (executed with a cron trigger) every minute
- a tStewardshipTaskInput to gather all the tasks with a "resolved" status
- a <DSCdatabase>output component to update the task status (to "done" for instance) so that we don't retrieve the same task every time the job is triggered.
- some other components to deal with the corrected data
We think that the tStewardshipTaskDelete (which completley delete the full task) is useless in our context because we want to keep traces that some data have been corrected by certain users and other haven't.
Feel free to suggest your own "after DSC" worflow.
Best regards.

Talend Plateform for MDM 5.5.1
Community Manager

Re: [resolved] Stewardship - How to close resolved tasks (tStewardshipInput)

Hi 
There only supports two task types: resolution and data,  so now it is impossible to update the task type as ''closed'' or customize the task status.
Best regards
Shong
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