zimoun <zimon.touto...@gmail.com> writes:

> I do not know so much, but a idea should to write a workflow: you
> fetch the data, you clean them and you check by hashing that the
> result is the expected one. Only the softwares used to do that are in
> the store. The input and output data are not, but your workflow check
> that they are the expected ones.
> However, it depends on what we are calling 'cleaning' because some
> algorithms are not deterministic.
> Hum? I do not know if there is some mechanism in GWL to check the hash
> of the `data-inputs' field.

In the GWL the data-inputs field is not special as far as any of the
current execution engines are concerned.  It’s up to the execution
engine to implement recency checks or identity checks as there is not
one size that fits all inputs.


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