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Oozie Forum

How to Oozie Worflow Id?

  • #53869
    VG
    Participant

    Hi,

    I need to capture oozie workflow id and store my workflow information in a table. How to get oozie Workflow id. Please advice?

    Regards,
    Venkat

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  • #54245
    Amudhan K
    Participant

    Hello VG,
    You can write a java code by importing the oozie packages like
    import org.apache.oozie.client.OozieClient;
    import org.apache.oozie.client.WorkflowJob; and more

    and there by using the methods provided by oozie like
    getJobInfo, getJobId, list<filter>

    to get the required details and there by storing it into a table.

    #54282
    VG
    Participant

    Hey Amudhan,

    Great. will wf:id() is the same we use in the Java. the same doesn’t working in oozie when I’m passing as parameter any clue?

    I’m passing as {wf:id()). Am doing wrong? Please advice.

    Regards,
    VG.

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