A Data Miner project resides in a database connection.
The project contains the workflows created for the project. You must create at least one project before you create any workflow.
This chapter contains the following topics:
You must create at least one project in a connection. You can create multiple projects in a connection.
To create a project:
If the Data Miner tab is not visible, then you can dock it in the Oracle SQL Developer window.
Project Name: Enter a project name. Ensure that it conforms to the project naming conventions.
Comment: You can enter any comment in 4000 or fewer characters. This is an optional field.
After the project is created, you can rename it, edit any comments, delete it, or copy it to an other connection.
The options to manage a Data Miner project are available in the context menu.
In the Data Miner tab, right-click the project that you want to manage. The following operations are available to manage the project:
New Workflow: To create a new workflow.
Properties: To add or modify comments for the project. You can edit the comments for an existing project from here.
To delete a project, right-click the project and click Delete. The following are deleted when you delete a project:
All workflows contained in the project.
All objects generated by those workflows such as models or apply results.
The database objects, such as tables referenced by workflows in the project, are not removed when a project is deleted.
You cannot undo a project deletion.
To expand a project:
Click the plus sign to the left of the project name
Double-click the project name
The list of workflows created in the project is displayed.
You can add and edit information related to the project in the Comment field. After editing, click OK To
To rename a project:
You can import predefined workflows into a project. Before you import a workflow, ensure that the import requirements of a workflow are met.
To import a workflow:
Rename Model and Output Table name if necessary
Keep Existing Model and Output Table name even if conflict exists
The Import Workflow dialog box enables you to specify the name of the workflow that is imported and how to handle naming conflicts.
The default workflow name is the file name of the workflow. It may be necessary to:
Change the name slightly to avoid conflicts.
Edit the name so that it is a valid workflow name. The name of the new workflow must be unique in the new connection.
You must also select how to handle naming conflicts in names of workflow nodes and output tables. The default is
Rename Model and Output Table names if necessary.
You can select
Keep Existing Model and Output table names even if conflict exists. If you select this option, then you must resolve any conflicts yourself.
To start the import, click OK.