Standard Job


A Standard job is a grouping of several loads that are carried out consecutively. A job may also contain and combine other jobs that are executed as sub-jobs. 

Once a new job has been created, jobs and loads can be allocated to it. More than one load can be assigned to a job. For example, you could create the dimensions in a first job and fill a cube with data in a second job. 

By default, when several Jedox Integrator jobs are executed, only one job runs at a time and all other jobs are queued. When the first job is terminated, the next job will start running and so on. 

Standard jobs can be parameterized with variables. If a value is defined in the job, then that particular value will be used for the execution of the job; if not, then a default value will be used. For more information, see Integrator Variables.

Advanced settings

Fail on status: if the job executes several loads or sub-jobs, the selected option defines the behavior in case of a warning or an error message in one of the loads or sub-jobs. The options are described below:


All subsequent loads or sub-jobs are executed. The job terminates with “Completed with warnings” or “Completed with errors”.


In case of an error message, the job terminates without executing subsequent loads or sub-jobs and the job terminates with status “Failed”.


In case of a warning message, the subsequent loads or sub-jobs are executed and the job terminates with status “Completed with warnings”.