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Running Only the MVs in a Schema

Is there a way to run a full load of a schema, but only the MVs?

I have run across a few times where I run a series of MVs based on the previously run MVs and when I have to change one of the early ones it's a pain to have to run them one table at a time, and I don't need to  extract the tables again so I don't want to wait for that to occur.

What steps are run if you load from staging?

When are the joins updated?

When are the formula fields updated?

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  • Hi Laura,

    There is not a way to run just the MVs (enrichment step) of a schema. If you routinely need to do this, you might consider splitting the MVs out into their own schema; otherwise, running the MVs a la carte is the standard approach. The full load process has these high-level steps:

    1. Data extraction (persists extracted data to parquet)
    2. Enrichment (MVs, also persists results to parquet)
    3. Data Load (all persisted parquet read into physical memory)
    4. Post-load (Joins calculated and then formulas calculated)

    When you run a staging load, it repeats steps 3 and 4 using the already extracted and enriched data. I hope that helps answer your questions. Also, please feel free to suggest desired functionality in the Product Ideas & Feature Requests section of Community.

    Thanks,

    Dustin

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