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I am aware we can use the Dataiku Python API to implement much of the functionality mentioned in the subject (e.g. via a custom scenario), however, what I am wondering about pertains to less technical users who are using non-script-type scenarios or scenario steps in their projects.
Does DSS have out of the box functionality for these use cases, or would it be easy enough to build a generalizable plugin(s) to expose in the scenario interface?
General use case: global re-try X times if scenario A fails or local re-try of scenario step A-1 if it fails. Roughly the same logic for timeouts.
Apologies if this is resolved elsewhere - I could not find a related post specific to the visual components for Scenarios.
Hello @importthepandas ,
Thanks for posting the question on Community.
Dataiku DSS supports a feature for automatically retrying a failed step: https://doc.dataiku.com/dss/latest/release_notes/7.0.html#retry-in-scenarios
In each step's settings, you can configure "Maximal number of retries" and "Delay between each attempt" as follows.
For a timeout functionality, we currently do not support it natively but you can achieve that by manually implementing it. Please see this Knowledge Base article https://knowledge.dataiku.com/latest/kb/code/python/How-to-set-a-timeout-for-a-particular-Scenario-b... for the details of how to implement a timeout in a scenario step. I have forwarded your feedback with our Product team for further review. Thank you so much for sharing the feedback.
Keiji, Dataiku Technical Support