Hi, @LuvsSurfing! I understand that this KB article is still in the review process. I'll check in on it and provide an ETA.
Based on your question, it sounds like you have already downloaded a batch dataflow file, and want another user to import results and use them in further modeling.
To summarize the process, you or the user will need to:
* Upload and run or schedule the Batch Dataflow in your Operational Xcalar Cluster. If only running one cluster, you need to Run the Batch Dataflow while the cluster is in Operational Mode.
* Export the results table and import back into the active Worksheet on your Modeling cluster, or your admin will need to switch back to Modeling Mode, if using one cluster.
Here are step-by-step instructions for the multi-cluster scenario, manually running the Batch Dataflow, and assuming you know the location of your Default Export Target:
- Whomever has Operational cluster access (you, other user, or Admin) should log in to Xcalar Design on your Operational cluster.
- Click the Dataflow icon. (The bottom icon in the upper left corner.)
- Click the Upload Dataflow icon in the Dataflows tab.
- Browse for the Batch Dataflow File and select UPLOAD.
- Select the Dataflow by name from the Dataflow Panel.
- Select the right-most table in the Batch Dataflow and select Create Parameterized operation.
- Select Export as a Xcalar table and select SAVE.
- Click the Run Batch Dataflow icon and wait for processing to complete.
- The other user should log into the Modeling cluster (or change mode back to Modeling).
- Next, she/he should start importing the table by selecting Datasets in the upper left-hand corner of your Xcalar Design window, and then selecting the Import Datasets icon beneath it.
- Next, he/she should select Import Data Source, Browse for the CSV file created by the table export, and click NEXT.
- She/he should complete the import by selecting the columns to add to the table in the Dataset Preview panel, selecting the Worksheet name and clicking CREATE TABLE.
Did this answer your question? If not, tell me more! FYI, Steve's KB article will cover the topic much more deeply.