Publish Maintenance

Teradata Warehouse Miner User Guide - Volume 1Introduction and Profiling

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Teradata Warehouse Miner
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User Guide
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This option brings up the Published Models dialog to maintain the analytic data sets and scored models stored in the current Publish Tables that pass information to the Teradata Model Manager application. When a Publish analysis publishes a scoring or analytic data set analysis, a model is created that Teradata Model Manager can use to build a score table and/or analytic data set. If a published analysis is a scoring analysis that references an analytic data set analysis, both an analytic data set and a score table are published as part of the model.

The Published Models dialog displays the following fields for each published model.
  • ID — An internal identifying number for the published model.
  • Name — The name of the model, assigned by the user when publishing the model. The Name may be up to 128 characters in length.
  • Description — An optional description of the model, assigned by the user when publishing. The Description may be up to 512 characters in length.
  • Version — A version number or identifier, assigned by the user when publishing. The Version may be up to 10 characters in length.
  • Published Date — The date that the model was published.
  • Expiration Date — The date that the model will expire and not be visible in the Teradata Model Manager application. When a model expires it remains in the metadata until deleted. The status of an expired model is displayed as Expired and cannot be modified on the Model Properties dialog.
  • Status — The status may be Active, Inactive or Expired. Expired is displayed only if the expiration date equals or precedes the current date. If the status is Expired, the status cannot be changed on the Model Properties dialog unless the Expiration Date is changed first. Otherwise, the status may be changed from Active to Inactive or vice versa. Any model that is not Active will not be visible in the Teradata Model Manager application.
  • ADS — The number of instances of an analytic data set that has been saved for this model by the Teradata Model Manager user. Each instance is visible on the Model Properties dialog by using the selector arrows. Note that the value will be zero if the model represents an analytic model for scoring without an analytic data set.
  • Score — The number of instances of an analytic model for scoring that have been saved for this model by the Teradata Model Manager user. Each instance is visible on the Model Properties dialog by using the selector arrows. Note that the value will be zero if the model represents an analytic data set without an analytic model for scoring.
The Published Models dialog provides the following options.
  • Properties — This button leads to the Model Properties dialog described below in detail.
  • Edit
    • Delete from Metadata — Selecting this option leads to the Metadata Deletion Wizard described previously in Metadata Maintenance.

      The first screen of the wizard is titled Delete Models dialog and the options are to Delete the models above from metadata and Delete any ADS or Score tables created by these models.

      The second screen is titled Confirm Model Deletion and it does not contain the option to Auto-Archive deleted items. Otherwise, the operation is similar and provides in this case the ability to remove models from the publish metadata (as opposed to deleting projects or analyses from the project metadata) as well as the ability to delete the tables created by these ADS and/or Score models in the Teradata Model Manager application (as opposed to tables created by executing the projects themselves).

    • Mark as Inactive — Selecting this option marks all of the selected models as inactive. Note that this option is not available if any of the selected models have expired.
    • Mark as Active — Selecting this option marks all of the selected models as active. Note that this option is not available if any of the selected models have expired.
    • Set Expiration Date — Selecting this option leads to a form to select an expiration date and apply it to all of the selected models. By default, an expiration date 3 months beyond the current date is selected.