exMon could already execute Data Factory Pipeline through a PowerShell script. With this release, we have made it far easier to execute Data Factories by adding it as a new type of package. This feature will also support our efforts to make it easier to connect to cloud systems through exMon.
To start using Data Factory, Right click Package and selecte New Data Factory Pipeline.
PowerShell scripts have always been an important part of exMon data processes. This has however always been done through command-line executions. exMon 5.8 adds native support for PowerShell scripts. With native support error and exception handling become easier, changes are version controlled and you don't have to rely on placing PS1 on the correct server.
To start using the PowerShell integration, right-click Packages and select New PowerSchell Script.
- Added new SSIS template to command-line packages
- Improved the look of test emails
Turnkey is now in private beta and we are improving based on user feedback. This time we have added two features along with some bug fixes.
When designing a new rule it can be important to see the output of the rule, things like new, opened, or closed exceptions as well as emails that will be sent out.
Executing rules in the preview has therefore been added to Turnkey.
(Image: Execution Preview - Query Result)
(Image: Execution Preview - Execution Result)
(Image: Execution Email Preview)
Each workspace now has its own start page that shows the overview of the workspace, recently changed and executed rules, and provides shortcuts to create new datasets and rules.
- Improving the edit look for Datasets and Rules
- Fix exception links