What is the difference between STOP and ABORT options in Workflow Monitor? - Informatica
What is the difference between STOP and ABORT options in Workflow Monitor?
- The STOP option is used to execute the session task and allow other task to run, whereas ABORT option completely turns off the task that is running.
- When using STOP option the integration services stop reading the data from the source of the file, whereas ABORT waits for the services to be finished and then only any actions take place.
- The STOP command processes the data to the source or to targets, whereas ABORT option has the timeout period of 60 seconds.
- STOP option allows the writing of the data and committing the data to the targets, whereas ABORT shows no commitment as such.
- STOP option doesn’t kill any process and it just stops the resource sharing between the processes, whereas ABORT stops the process and the session gets terminated.