Reviewing Refresh Jobs
Administrators can monitor data source refresh jobs on the Console of Refreshing Jobs page. Data on this page automatically refreshes every 15 seconds.
To access the Console of Refreshing Jobs:
Make sure you are logged in as a Composer administrator.
Select Console on the UI menu (). The Console of Refreshing Jobs page appears. It shows a table of refresh jobs that are in progress or that have completed.
Refresh jobs are identified in the table by the data source configuration name. The following information is provided:
|Data Source||The name of the data source configuration to which the job applies.|
|Job Type||The type of refresh job that was run. Possible types are Source Refresh (the data source metadata and all fields were refreshed) and Field Refresh (an individual field was refreshed). Field refresh jobs also identify the field that was refreshed in the job type (for example, Field Refresh [condition_code] indicates that the
The status of the job. Possible statuses include:
|Last Finished||The date and time when the most recent job completed.|
|Next Run||The date and time when the next job is scheduled.|
|Job History||Select in this column to list all the completed refresh jobs of the selected refresh job type that have been run for the selected data source. The list appears on a pop-up dialog. The dialog shows the start time, finish time and status of the refresh jobs.|
By default, the table is sorted in order by the Last Finished date and time. You can sort the table by selecting any of the following column headings: Data Source, Job Type, Status, or Last Finished. If you select a heading once, the table data sorts in reverse lexicographical order by the selected column heading. Select the heading a second time to sort the data in lexicographical order. The table sort order is automatically reset to the default order every time the table is refreshed.
You can filter the list using any of the column headings. Select in the column heading to select for specify an appropriate filter on a pop-up dialog. For example, the pop-up dialog for the Data Source column allows you to select data sources you want to see in the list.