The get_job() and create_job() functions let you save either an existing job or a newly created job into a variable.


Use the get_job() method to get an existing job:

my_job = project.get_job('my_job')

Or, the create_job() method to create a job:

my_job = project.create_job(
    'select * from models',
    repeat_str = '1 hour'

Alternatively, you can create a job using this syntax:

with'job_name', repeat_min=1) as job:
      job.add_query('show models')


  • name='job_name' is the job name,
  • repeat_min=1 indicates periodicity of the job in minutes,
  • job.add_query(model.retrain()) adds a task to a job to retrain a model,
  • job.add_query(model.predict(database.tables.tbl1)) adds a task to a job to make predictions,
  • job.add_query(kb.insert(database.tables.tbl1)) adds a task to a job to insert data into a knowledge base,
  • job.add_query('show models') adds a task to a job to run the statement provided as string value.

Note that the add_query() method adds tasks to a job and takes either String or Query as an argument.

Note that this method enables a job to manipulate Knowledge Bases, Models, Tables, Views, and Queries, but not Databases, Handlers, Jobs, ML Engines, or Projects.