Adeptia Connect provides a simple and useful dashboard to easily view the historical logs of what data has been processed. By displaying a graphical presentation of the current status and historical trends, it helps you keep track of your key business metrics from a single page. This provides an easy way to go back and verify if data was correctly delivered or if there were any problems or errors in the data that is being exchanged by your company. Click the Dashboard icon (
The page is divided into two main sections:
- Run Trend
- Execution Details
Run Trend: The upper part of the page displays the Run Trend section. This section graphically presents the recent trends of all your:
- Connections (My and Shared)
- Data Usage
When you move the mouse pointer over the graphical area date wise, you can view the details of data processed (sent or received) and/or run counts for each of these categories. Here, the term Run refers to the total number of times an execution has occurred for a particular category. The following table describes each of the categories displayed in the graph:
Run indicates the total number of times your connections have executed on a particular date. Here, 317 connections run in the graph means if you have two connections say, X and Y, which have executed 300 and 17 times respectively, the total run counts (the sum of execution occurrences of your connections) on that particular date becomes 317. For this, a total of 165.134 MB of data has been processed.
|Shared Connections||Run indicates the total number of times your shared connections have executed on a particular date. Here, 4 Connections run in the graph means if you have two shared connections say, X and Y, which have executed 3 and 1 times respectively, the total run counts (the sum of execution occurrences of your shared connections) on that particular date becomes 4. For this, a total of 0.011 MB of data has been processed.|
Run means the total number of companies with which you have exchanged data on a particular date. In this case, the amount of data processed is shown in the respective connection category. As shown in the graph, data has been exchanged with two companies.
|Data Usage||Indicates the amount of data processed on a particular date. Data Usage is the data processed by the connections on a particular date.|
Execution Details: Below the graph, you can view the Execution Details section. This section displays detailed information related to the execution of your recent connections. From the left pane you may also filter the displayed execution details. To do so, choose any of the following options:
- Overview : This is the default selection. It displays all of your recent execution details.
- Connection : Select this option to view details of only the connection level executions. These are the details of connections that could trigger successfully but may or may not have been executed successfully. By using this option, you can filter the details of the connections that are either in the running state, have finished successfully, or have stopped at any point except while triggering.
- Trigger fetching data, are queued, have not found any data, or have stopped due to an error while triggering. : Select this option to view details of only the trigger level executions. These are the details of connections that are either
You can further filter out the execution error entries for each of the above categories. For more information, refer to Icons & Buttons.
Execution details are as follows:
Name of your connection.
Execution description of your connections. Depending on the type of connection and applications, the system displays either the name of the file, entity, or the trigger type. While sending data, it also specifies the number of successful and failed execution instances of connections.
Displays the date and time of execution of the connection.
Displays the status of the connection whether in queue, fetching data, has not found any data, is running, has executed successfully, or has stopped due to an error.
|Allows you to re-run the execution of a connection.|
Icons/Buttons: The dashboard page consists of a number of icons and buttons.
To refresh the Dashboard page.
To view all the execution entries of the selected category of logs.
To view only the execution error entries of the selected category of logs.
|Refresh||Refreshes the status of the execution in progress. The status should ultimately change to either the execution is successful or an error occurred.|
|No Data||Denotes a connection could not find any data at the specified location so far.|
|Queued||Denotes a connection is in a queue and is waiting for its turn to fetch data.|
|Fetching||Denotes a connection is fetching data.|
Denotes the execution is in progress. Once the data is completely processed, the status should ultimately change to either the execution is successful or an error occurred.
Denotes an error in execution.
|Denotes successful execution.|
To view the details of the execution. Execution status is displayed graphically.
Green ticks indicates all the stages of the execution have been processed successfully.
Click information iconto view the execution details. To view source details used in the connection, click View Source Data link.
If a failure occurs, the status is displayed as shown in the following example screenshot:
Click Contact Adeptia Support to send the error report to the Adeptia Support team. A confirmation message appears prompting to share your connection details with the Adeptia Support team. Click Yes to continue.
To directly access the successful or failed connection, you may click View Connection. The system then navigates you to the Connections page.
Re-runs the execution, if an error occurred. If an error is at your side, rectify it, and then click this icon to re-run.
If an error is at your partner's side, the partner has to fix the error. Then either you or your partner can re-run the execution.
If an error occurs with a Shared Connection, it is possible that some connections may have been successful, while only a few others have failed, In this case, when the execution is re-run after rectification, only the failed connections can be processed again.
Enables sorting and selection of fields in the Execution Details section. It is visible when you hover over the Execution Details fields.
Features: The dashboard features the following actions:
- Change the Dashboard view to last 7 days (
Displays Run Trends and Execution Details for the last 7 days. By default, last 30 days is selected. ):
- Use the filter option to limit the presentation of data on the Run Trend graph (
Displays the filtered category on the graph. By selecting or clearing the respective check boxes, you can change the display of the graph as required. ):
- Switch between Execution Details pages (
Switch between various pages or reach a specific page directly. ):
- Use the Search option to search for specific details (
You can type a word or a combination of letters in the search text box to filter the displayed Execution Details results. ):