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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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File Watch Task step properties

File Watch Task step properties

The File Watch Task step properties display details about the current run of the file watch task of a taskflow.
When you click a File Watch Task step, the
Properties
panel displays the following information:
Property
Description
Current Run
Displays the following details:
  • Status. Status of the file watch task.
  • Started By. Name of the taskflow that called the file watch task.
General
Displays the name of the File Watch Task step.
File Watch Task
Displays the name and type of the file listener that the File Watch Task step contains.
The type is always set to
MI_FILE_LISTENER
.
Input Fields
Displays the following input fields:
  • Wait for Task to Complete. Indicates whether the File Watch Task step waits for the file listener to complete. This value is always set to
    true
    .
  • Max Wait. Maximum time in seconds that the File Watch Task step waits for the file listener to complete. This value is always set to
    604800
    seconds, which is 7 days.
  • Task Name. Name of the file listener.
  • GUID. Unique identification number for the file listener.
  • Task Type. Indicates the type of file listener that the File Watch Task step contains. This value is always set to
    MI_FILE_LISTENER
    .
  • serviceProviderId. Service provider ID for the file listener. This value is always set to
    filelistener
    .
  • serviceProviderContextPath. Service provider context path for the file listener. This value is always set to
    filelistener/
    .
Output Fields
Displays the following output fields if the File Watch Task step completed successfully:
  • id. ID for the File Watch Task step run.
  • monitorJobId. Job ID that you can use to check the status of the file listener in the
    File Transfer Logs
    tab of the Monitor service.
    Append the monitorJobId to the file listener name to find out the instance name in the
    File Transfer Logs
    tab of the Monitor service.
    For example, if the monitorJobId is
    7500
    and the name of the file listener is
    FL_Arrive
    , the instance name that you need to look for in the
    File Transfer Logs
    tab of the Monitor service would be
    FL_Arrive-7500
    .
  • notificationTime. Timestamp when the File Watch Task step completed. The timestamp includes the date and time up to seconds.
  • status. Status of the file watch task. This value is always set to
    Completed
    .
  • fileEvents. Provides a list of files along with the following details:
    • Event ID. Auto-generated ID for the event.
    • Event type. Indicates the nature of the file event. You see one of the following values:
      • ARRIVED
      • UPDATED
      • DELETED
    • File last modified. Timestamp when the file was last modified. The timestamp includes the date and time up to seconds.
    • File name. Name of the file that arrived, was updated, or deleted as part of the event.
    • File path. Name of the file and the path where the file exists.
    • File size. Size of the file in KB.
  • Task Id. This value is always blank.
  • Run Id. This field has the same value as the
    monitorJobId
    field.
Fault
If the file watch task faulted, you see the following properties:
  • Code. Indicates whether the fault is an error or a warning.
  • Reason. Cause of the error or fault.
  • Details. Details about the error or fault.
Consider the following rules and guidelines when you monitor the File Watch Task step:
  • The
    All Jobs
    page does not display the file watch task as a subtask. It always displays the number of rows processed as
    0
    if the taskflow includes a File Watch Task step.
  • If the file watch task faulted and the
    On Error
    property was set to
    Suspend Taskflow
    , no information is displayed in the
    Properties
    panel.


Updated August 03, 2020