Hi all - I'd like to understand if the functionali...
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Hi all - I'd like to understand if the functionality that
build_reconstructable_job
provides will continue to be maintained in future releases, or more specifically what the future plans related to it are considering it's marked as experimental.
For context, we are reading some configuration data (which forms the basis of our dependency tree) from a DB at runtime and using this data in conjunction with
build_reconstructable_job
to construct a job on demand. The resultant job always includes the same ops, but the execution order of the ops changes based on the configuration data we refresh from the DB. So far,
build_reconstructable_job
is the only way I've been able to create these on-demand jobs, but perhaps there is a better way I'm overlooking.
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will continue to be maintained in future releases
it serves a real use-case as you identified so it (or some replacement for it) will exist in future releases
what the future plans related to it are considering it’s marked as experimental
I don’t think we’re convinced it’s the best possible solution for the problems it handles, so it may receive tweaks or an improved replacement. In those cases it will documented clearly in the changelog what has happened.