IBM Watson Studio provides you with the environment and tools to solve your business problems by collaboratively working with data.
This blog post is a follow-up to my previous post, "How to Access Watson Studio Assets by API." In that article, I showed you how to retrieve an access token and access Watson Studio assets via API from the command line.
One useful scenario is to use this method to cancel a running job scheduled from IBM Watson Studio. It's quite common for users to schedule a job with a Python Notebook from Watson Studio. In rare cases, users are not able to delete the job from the web console, so I'm going to detail a way to delete the job via the command line.
- Get the access token by following the instructions in "How to Access Watson Studio Assets by API."
- Find the asset_id of the running job from the web console. To find it, we'll need to use the Developer Tool provided in the Google Chrome browser. To get the job-run's asset_id, go to the Job Details page, inspect network, and search for "runs". The asset_id can be found in the metadata field:
- Once you have the asset_id, use the following command to verify the details of the running job: How to Access Watson Studio Assets by API" to get the details of an asset. Sample output: It's a good idea to save the command into a script for future use. Please refer to the instructions in "
- Once you've confirmed the job details, you can cancel the job by deleting the asset with the following command:
By now, the run job should have been cancelled.
The Watson Data API provides a comprehensive list of functions to manage the assets, and most GUI interface-based functions can also be implemented with the API command line. However, in some cases, users have to use the API to manage certain task, as demonstrated in this post.
You can also follow these guidelines to access other assets in Watson Studio, such as projects, catalogs, buckets, etc. For further information on the API, please refer to the online documentation at IBM Watson Data API.