Some ETL tools out there use pure scripting to extract, load and transform data. Jedox has a classical ETL interface which allows you to re-use components and structure things in a modular, logical way.
The Jedox Task Manager gives you key information about a job’s execution. It notifies you every time a job is run, regardless whether there were errors or not. Sometimes though, you might require a bit more sophistication in the notifications. For instance, you might only want to receive a notification when there are errors or warnings in a job. Maybe receive the jobs’ error log in the body of an email or even attach the full server log as an attachment.
Fortunately, this is all possible with a small piece of groovy script magic.