Returns information about the specified workflow job or workflow operation.
Risk Modeler manages expensive or long-running processes as workflow jobs that are added to the workflow engine for processing. Risk Modeler supports both standard workflows and user-defined workflows.
- A standard workflow is a time-consuming process that is managed by the workflow engine (e.g. creation of core objects, running reports, or risk analysis). Risk Modeler supports many different types of workflows that are identified by their type, e.g.
- A user-defined workflow is a custom workflow that defines a series of workflow jobs called operations that are processed in order. Four types of workflow operations are supported:
batch. User-defined workflows are identified by a user-defined name.
id path parameter may identify either a workflow job or an operation within a user-defined worfklow.
To retrieve information about a standard workflow job, specify a workflow ID in the endpoint path:
To retrieve information about a workflow operation, specify a operation ID in the endpoint path and the workflow ID of user-defined workflow using the
parent query parameter:
An operation is the child of a parent user-defined workflow
A successful response returns the Workflow object, which provides detailed information about this workflow job including the
type, job details, and its status: