EntityResolution / Client / get_matching_workflow

get_matching_workflow#

EntityResolution.Client.get_matching_workflow(**kwargs)#

Returns the MatchingWorkflow with a given name, if it exists.

See also: AWS API Documentation

Request Syntax

response = client.get_matching_workflow(
    workflowName='string'
)
Parameters:

workflowName (string) –

[REQUIRED]

The name of the workflow.

Return type:

dict

Returns:

Response Syntax

{
    'createdAt': datetime(2015, 1, 1),
    'description': 'string',
    'incrementalRunConfig': {
        'incrementalRunType': 'IMMEDIATE'
    },
    'inputSourceConfig': [
        {
            'applyNormalization': True|False,
            'inputSourceARN': 'string',
            'schemaName': 'string'
        },
    ],
    'outputSourceConfig': [
        {
            'KMSArn': 'string',
            'applyNormalization': True|False,
            'output': [
                {
                    'hashed': True|False,
                    'name': 'string'
                },
            ],
            'outputS3Path': 'string'
        },
    ],
    'resolutionTechniques': {
        'providerProperties': {
            'intermediateSourceConfiguration': {
                'intermediateS3Path': 'string'
            },
            'providerConfiguration': {...}|[...]|123|123.4|'string'|True|None,
            'providerServiceArn': 'string'
        },
        'resolutionType': 'RULE_MATCHING'|'ML_MATCHING'|'PROVIDER',
        'ruleBasedProperties': {
            'attributeMatchingModel': 'ONE_TO_ONE'|'MANY_TO_MANY',
            'rules': [
                {
                    'matchingKeys': [
                        'string',
                    ],
                    'ruleName': 'string'
                },
            ]
        }
    },
    'roleArn': 'string',
    'tags': {
        'string': 'string'
    },
    'updatedAt': datetime(2015, 1, 1),
    'workflowArn': 'string',
    'workflowName': 'string'
}

Response Structure

  • (dict) –

    • createdAt (datetime) –

      The timestamp of when the workflow was created.

    • description (string) –

      A description of the workflow.

    • incrementalRunConfig (dict) –

      An object which defines an incremental run type and has only incrementalRunType as a field.

      • incrementalRunType (string) –

        The type of incremental run. It takes only one value: IMMEDIATE.

    • inputSourceConfig (list) –

      A list of InputSource objects, which have the fields InputSourceARN and SchemaName.

      • (dict) –

        An object containing InputSourceARN, SchemaName, and ApplyNormalization.

        • applyNormalization (boolean) –

          Normalizes the attributes defined in the schema in the input data. For example, if an attribute has an AttributeType of PHONE_NUMBER, and the data in the input table is in a format of 1234567890, Entity Resolution will normalize this field in the output to (123)-456-7890.

        • inputSourceARN (string) –

          An Glue table ARN for the input source table.

        • schemaName (string) –

          The name of the schema to be retrieved.

    • outputSourceConfig (list) –

      A list of OutputSource objects, each of which contains fields OutputS3Path, ApplyNormalization, and Output.

      • (dict) –

        A list of OutputAttribute objects, each of which have the fields Name and Hashed. Each of these objects selects a column to be included in the output table, and whether the values of the column should be hashed.

        • KMSArn (string) –

          Customer KMS ARN for encryption at rest. If not provided, system will use an Entity Resolution managed KMS key.

        • applyNormalization (boolean) –

          Normalizes the attributes defined in the schema in the input data. For example, if an attribute has an AttributeType of PHONE_NUMBER, and the data in the input table is in a format of 1234567890, Entity Resolution will normalize this field in the output to (123)-456-7890.

        • output (list) –

          A list of OutputAttribute objects, each of which have the fields Name and Hashed. Each of these objects selects a column to be included in the output table, and whether the values of the column should be hashed.

          • (dict) –

            A list of OutputAttribute objects, each of which have the fields Name and Hashed. Each of these objects selects a column to be included in the output table, and whether the values of the column should be hashed.

            • hashed (boolean) –

              Enables the ability to hash the column values in the output.

            • name (string) –

              A name of a column to be written to the output. This must be an InputField name in the schema mapping.

        • outputS3Path (string) –

          The S3 path to which Entity Resolution will write the output table.

    • resolutionTechniques (dict) –

      An object which defines the resolutionType and the ruleBasedProperties.

      • providerProperties (dict) –

        The properties of the provider service.

        • intermediateSourceConfiguration (dict) –

          The Amazon S3 location that temporarily stores your data while it processes. Your information won’t be saved permanently.

          • intermediateS3Path (string) –

            The Amazon S3 location (bucket and prefix). For example: s3://provider_bucket/DOC-EXAMPLE-BUCKET

        • providerConfiguration (document) –

          The required configuration fields to use with the provider service.

        • providerServiceArn (string) –

          The ARN of the provider service.

      • resolutionType (string) –

        The type of matching. There are two types of matching: RULE_MATCHING and ML_MATCHING.

      • ruleBasedProperties (dict) –

        An object which defines the list of matching rules to run and has a field Rules, which is a list of rule objects.

        • attributeMatchingModel (string) –

          The comparison type. You can either choose ONE_TO_ONE or MANY_TO_MANY as the AttributeMatchingModel. When choosing MANY_TO_MANY, the system can match attributes across the sub-types of an attribute type. For example, if the value of the Email field of Profile A and the value of BusinessEmail field of Profile B matches, the two profiles are matched on the Email type. When choosing ONE_TO_ONE ,the system can only match if the sub-types are exact matches. For example, only when the value of the Email field of Profile A and the value of the Email field of Profile B matches, the two profiles are matched on the Email type.

        • rules (list) –

          A list of Rule objects, each of which have fields RuleName and MatchingKeys.

          • (dict) –

            An object containing RuleName, and MatchingKeys.

            • matchingKeys (list) –

              A list of MatchingKeys. The MatchingKeys must have been defined in the SchemaMapping. Two records are considered to match according to this rule if all of the MatchingKeys match.

              • (string) –

            • ruleName (string) –

              A name for the matching rule.

    • roleArn (string) –

      The Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the IAM role. Entity Resolution assumes this role to access resources on your behalf.

    • tags (dict) –

      The tags used to organize, track, or control access for this resource.

      • (string) –

        • (string) –

    • updatedAt (datetime) –

      The timestamp of when the workflow was last updated.

    • workflowArn (string) –

      The ARN (Amazon Resource Name) that Entity Resolution generated for the MatchingWorkflow.

    • workflowName (string) –

      The name of the workflow.

Exceptions