All DataFlows have a Details view that provides basic information for the DataFlow. The view is divided into four tabs—Settings, DataSets, History and Versions.
The Settings tab lets you control scheduling for a DataFlow. When you check a box for a component DataSet, the DataFlow updates whenever that DataSet updates.
The DataSets tab shows you the input and output DataSets in this DataFlow. You can click a DataSet to open the details view for that DataSet.
The History tab provides information about runs, such as the number of successful and failed runs, the average number of successful runs, the run history, whether a run was executed manually or due to an input DataSet being updated, and the status of each run.
If a DataFlow fails for any reason, you will have a failed status icon for that run . You can hover over the failed icon to see the error message. If you would like to see exactly which transform(s) failed, then click on the status icon. This will bring you to a detailed view of your DataFlow execution. Each transform will have either a green outline for successful or red for failure.
The Versions tab shows a list of versions of the DataFlow. Each time you save edits to a DataFlow, a new version is added to this list.
The Details view includes a icon that provides access to commands such as Edit, Run, Duplicate, Delete, etc.
See the Details view for a DataFlow by one of the following two ways:
Important: Only Admins can access DataFlow Details this way.
Note: If you are not an Admin or the DataSet has either been removed as an output or the DataFlow has been deleted altogether, then clicking View DataFlow will cause nothing to happen.