Execute a Process
Execute a Process

Execute a Process

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An individual process — from one source to one destination — can be executed manually, or a process group can also be run.

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Run a Process

To manually execute an individual Process, hover your mouse over the Process in the Process list. You will see four buttons under your mouse cursor. Click the right-most execute icon.

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As the process executes this page will show you the progress of the data transfer.

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When the data transfer completes, you will see a green or red indicator, showing success, or failure for the process.

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You can check the detail of the process by clicking on View History.

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You can confirm the row counts for each phase of the process and double click on a bar to drill down to any messages or warnings — including the potential for truncation and the reason why rows were excluded.

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To see the history of all Processes in the Project, go to the Activity page.

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Stop a Process execution

To stop a process while it is executing, click on the red wheel at the top right of the screen. This will be visible with the count of processes executing.

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Double click on the process — a running process will be blue.

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Click the Stop button.

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In the activity page the process that has been stopped will appear with the red icon.

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In the case of a stopped process regardless of when you click STOP, no data will be written to the destination - then the entire batch is aborted.

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Run a Process Group

A process group can be executed manually and the order that each process runs is determined by the destination relational data integrity constraints or in parallel (when there are no constraints).

A Process Group can be run from the Process Group page — click Execute Now

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Or it can be executed from within the detail of the process group — click Execute Group Now at the top right hand of the page.

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More options working with processes are in the following pages;