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Feature retirement: Reload all Data Models within schedules

The feature to reload all Data Models after a schedule execution was retired on January 15th, 2021. The feature that allows you to specify which Data Models are to be loaded after a successful Data Job execution allows you to have the same behaviour if desired while also giving you more flexibility.

If you are still using the "reload all Data Models" functionality, you can take advantage of the new feature in the following way:

Case 1 You have one or more schedules that reloads all Data Models after a schedule execution and you want to keep the pipelines exactly as they are.

Action: Our recommendation is to create a new Data Job that contains all the Data Models of the Data Pool to which the schedule belongs and add this “Data Model” Data Job to the schedule. Afterward, remove the “Reload all Data Models after execution” flag within the schedule configuration.

Case 2 You have one or more schedules that reloads all Data Models after a schedule execution and you actually want to reload only some Data Models after these schedule executions.

Action: Add the desired Data Models to the last Data Job of the schedule or create a new Data Job with only the desired Data Model loads and add it to the schedule in the last position. Afterward, remove the “Reload all Data Models after execution” flag within the schedule configuration.