Execute Reviewer Batch Job (Data Reviewer)
Runs a Reviewer batch job on a workspace and writes the results to a Reviewer session. A Reviewer batch job contains groups of Reviewer checks. Checks validate data based on conditions, rules, and spatial relationships. Checks also specify sets of features or rows to validate. A Reviewer session stores information about validation tasks performed by Reviewer checks. This information is stored in a table and a dataset in the Reviewer workspace.
If the specified workspace is not a Reviewer workspace, the tool will display error 090034, Selected workspace is not a Reviewer Workspace. The workspace does not have all required reviewer tables. Use the ReviewerConsole or the Reviewer Session Manager to create a Reviewer workspace.
If Reviewer Workspace was created by an earlier version of the Data Reviewer and has not been upgraded, the tool will display error 090036, This is an older version of Reviewer workspace. Use the Reviewer Session Manager to upgrade the workspace.
Session references a preexisting session ID and name in the Reviewer Workspace. Executing the tool with an invalid session will return error 090062, Session value is not correct.
You can create a session with the Create Reviewer Session tool. Create Reviewer Session generates a session ID and name as an output parameter.
Reviewer batch jobs can only be created in ArcMap.
The Reviewer batch job results are written to the specified session (indicated by Session) in the Reviewer Workspace.
If you use a batch job file created by a 9.2 version of Data Reviewer, the tool will display error 090035, This is an older version of Reviewer Batch Job.
Production Workspace contains data to validate with Reviewer checks defined in Batch Job File. If this parameter points to an enterprise geodatabase (ArcSDE), verify that the connection file (.sde) references the correct geodatabase version.
If a workspace is not defined in the Production Workspace parameter, the batch job runs on the workspace defined in Batch Job File.
Analysis Area contains polygon features that will be unioned to create the processing area. Features that intersect this area will be validated by the Reviewer batch job. Features outside this area will not be validated.
Changed Features Only is enabled when the Production Workspace references an enterprise geodatabase (ArcSDE). This setting limits validation to those features that have changed from the parent to child version. Changes between versions include the following:
- Features inserted in the child version but not the parent
- Features changed in the child version and unchanged in the parent
- Features changed in both child and parent versions
- Features changed in the child version and deleted in the parent
A summary of the batch job is displayed in the Results window.
The output parameter for this tool is a table view of one row of the REVBATCHRUNTABLE table in the Reviewer Workspace. The row represents the record created when the batch job is executed. The following table describes possible values in the RUNCONTEXT and STATUS fields in REVBATCHRUNTABLE.
The code that identifies the context in which the batch job was run:
- 0 – Desktop
- 1 – Engine
- 2 – Server
Batch job execution status code:
- 0 – Successful
- 1 – Successful with Errors
- 2 – Successful with Warnings
- 3 – Successful with Errors and Warnings
- 4 – Failed
The workspace where the Reviewer batch job results are written.
The identifier and name for a Reviewer session. The session must exist in the Reviewer workspace.
The path to the Reviewer batch job file to be executed.
The production database on which you want to run the Reviewer batch job. If this parameter points to an enterprise geodatabase (ArcSDE), verify that the connection file (.sde) references the correct geodatabase version.
Polygon features that will be used to build a validation processing area.
Indicates the type of features, changed or unchanged, to validate when the production workspace references data in ArcSDE.
The following Python window script demonstrates how to use the ExecuteReviewerBatchJob tool.
# Path to the tutorial reviewer workspace rev_workspace = "C:/gisdata/TutorialsSamples/Tutorials/Reviewer/Reviewer.sde" # path to the tutorial batch job file batch_job_file = "C:/gisdata/TutorialsSamples/Tutorials/Reviewer/BatchJobs/RevTutorial.rbj" # session - must exist before executing this script. session = "Session 2 : Session 2" # path to the tutorial production workspace - this contains the data to validate prod_workspace = "C:/gisdata/TutorialsSamples/Tutorials/Reviewer/California.sde" # execute the batch job res = arcpy.ExecuteReviewerBatchJob_Reviewer(rev_workspace,session,batch_job_file,prod_workspace) # get the output table view from the result object tbl = res.getOutput(0) print tbl.name # prints REVBATCHRUNTABLE
This stand-alone script demonstrates how to use the ExecuteReviewerBatchJob tool.
# Name: ExecuteReviewerBatchJob_Example.py # Description: Executes a reviewer batch job # Requirements: Production Mapping extension # Import arcpy module import arcpy # Check out a Data Reviewer extension license arcpy.CheckOutExtension("datareviewer") arcpy.env.overwriteOutput="true" # reviewer workspace reviewer_db = "c:/gisdata/reviewer.sde" # reviewer batch job file - corresponds to Finding geometries with spatial relationships doc SoCal_GeoOnGeoChecks_rbj = "C:/gisdata/SoCal_GeoOnGeoChecks.rbj" # session - must exist before executing this script. session = "Session 2 : Session 2" # production database - contains data to validate production_db = "C:/gisdata/Edit_Sample.sde" # aoi feature layer arcpy.MakeFeatureLayer_management(production_db + "/Features/PolbndA",'PolbndA',"objectid = 145") # Execute Reviewer Batch Job function res = arcpy.ExecuteReviewerBatchJob_Reviewer(reviewer_db, session, SoCal_GeoOnGeoChecks_rbj, production_db,'PolbndA') # get the output table tbl = res.getOutput(0) print tbl.name # query the table for row in arcpy.da.SearchCursor(tbl,("RECORDID","BATCHJOBID","BATCHJOBFILE")): print str(row) print row print row # Check in the Data Reviewer extension arcpy.CheckInExtension("datareviewer")