Stakeholders receive notifications for various events related to rule occurrences. These notifications are triggered by the following types of changes:
When the status changes from 'good' to 'not acceptable'.
When the status changes from 'acceptable' to 'not acceptable.'
When the status changes from 'good' to 'acceptable'.
See detailed documentation below:
As a data owner or a business user, you have the capability to curate business glossaries for technical assets. This process adds valuable context to the data, making it more easily discoverable. Business glossaries consist of terminology that is familiar within your organization.
In addition, if you are a data owner and wish to label or classify data into various categories that are crucial for your organization, you can curate data classifications within the Data Governance and Catalog.
Stakeholder Review and Action Required: Accept or Reject Tickets in Your Queue.
See the interactive demo on 'How to Request to Edit Assets and Approve them in CDGC' and videos on 'Workflow' and 'Curating Assets with Workflows'.
To add business assets in bulk, enter the asset details in one or more template files and import the files to the Data Governance and Catalog using the predefined Microsoft Excel (.xslx and .xlsm) template.
Alternatively, you can search for the business and technical assets from the system, export the results of a search, bulk enrich and curate the exported file, and re-import the file into Data Governance and Catalog.
See the interactive Demo on 'How To Create Business Assets in Bulk in CDGC'.