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  1. Preface
  2. Monitoring jobs
  3. Monitoring Data Integration jobs
  4. Data Integration job log files
  5. Monitoring Mass Ingestion jobs
  6. Monitoring Data Accelerator for Azure jobs
  7. Monitoring Data Profiling jobs
  8. Monitoring imports and exports
  9. Monitoring file transfer jobs
  10. Monitoring elastic clusters
  11. Monitoring source control logs

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Monitor

Job properties

Job properties

The
All Jobs
,
Running Jobs
, and
My Jobs
pages display the job properties such as the name, start time, and status. You can right-click the column heading area to display or hide specific properties.
Each
Azure data sync
job is named
<task name>-<instance number>
. For example, the first time you run
Azure data sync
task ads_LoadOrders, the job is named ads_LoadOrders-1. The second time you run the task, the job is named ads_LoadOrders-2.
By default, the following properties are displayed for each
Azure data sync
job:
Property
Description
Instance name
Name of the job in the following format:
<task name>-<instance number>
Location
Project and folder path where the task exists.
Subtasks
The number of subtasks. Each
Azure data sync
job contains one subtask, which is a mapping. To open the subtask view, click the entry in this column.
To close the subtask view, click
Data Integration
from the menu at the top of the page.
Start time
Date and time that the job was started.
End time
Date and time that the job completed or stopped. Does not apply to running jobs.
Rows processed
Total number of rows that the job has currently processed. This value includes the number of rows successfully written to the target as well as the number of error rows for the source and target.
Status
Job status. An
Azure data sync
job can have one of the following statuses:
  • Starting. The job is starting.
  • Running. The job is still running.
  • Success. The job completed successfully.
  • Warning. The job completed with errors.
  • Failed. The job did not complete because it encountered errors.
If the job status is Failed, you can hover the cursor over the job status to view and copy the error message.
You can display the following additional properties by right-clicking in the column heading area:
Property
Description
Asset name
Name of the asset that is associated with the job. For
Azure data sync
jobs, this column displays the name of the associated
Azure data sync
task. In the subtask view, this column displays the name of the underlying mapping.
Asset type
Type of asset that is associated with the job. For
Azure data sync
task jobs, this column displays "Azure Data Sync Task." In the subtask view, this column displays "Mapping."
Runtime environment
Runtime environment in which the job ran.
Duration
Amount of time the job ran before it completed or was stopped.
Success rows
Number of rows successfully written to the target.
Failure rows
Number of rows that were not written to the target.
Started by
Name of the user or schedule that started the job.
Error message
Error message, if any, that is associated with the job.


Updated August 03, 2020