The Pipeline Wall comprises of two sections:
- Pipelines yet to complete execution (Executing Pipelines of ...)
- Pipelines that have completed execution (Pipeline Execution History of ...)
By default, the sections are titled Executing Pipelines of My Executions and Pipeline Execution History of My Executions.
For Org admins, the sections are titled Executing Pipelines of All Projects and Pipeline Execution History of All Projects. If you select another option in the Show only drop-down to filter these details by Project within the Org, the title changes to reflect that selection. For example, if shared is selected, the titles would read Executing Pipelines of shared and Pipeline Execution History of shared respectively.
For simplicity we will refer to these sections using their default titles: Executing Pipelines of All Executions and Pipeline Execution History of All Executions.
The Executing Pipelines of All Projects section displays all Pipelines that are either queued to execute or being executed. The Pipeline Execution History of All Projects section displays all Pipelines that either completed execution, or failed, or were stopped manually.
Aside from the two sections described above, the Pipeline Wall's components can be classified as Report Generation, Date/Time-Range Filter, and Pipeline Attribute Filter. A brief description of the components in this screen is given in the sections that follow.
Generate a CSV-format report of all the Pipelines displayed in the Pipeline Wall. The Download CSV button enables you to generate this report.
Download the list of Pipelines as a CSV file. The CSV shows the following details for each Pipeline:
- Pipeline Link
- Pipeline Name
- Time Started
- Document Count
Specify a time-range or a date-range for which to show your results.
|Screen Component ||Description|
Specify the time range for which the results are to be displayed by selecting one of the three options:
- 1 Hr: Retrieve Pipelines executed in the past 1 hour.
- 8 Hrs: Retrieve Pipelines executed in the past 8 hours.
- 24 Hrs: Retrieve Pipelines executed in the past 24 hours.
If you want to see executions that go beyond these time-ranges, you can also specify a custom date range using the Start and End fields.
Pipeline Attribute Filter
Filter Pipelines based on a combination of any of its attributes such as invocation type, and status.
A textbox that enables you to search for Pipelines matching the search criteria. The following search criteria can be used:
- Pipeline's name
- Snaplex/node name
- Pipeline parameter values (See Pipeline Search/Pipeline Filter page for details)
Categories of Pipeline executions based on the method of invocation. The following options are available:
- API Calls: Pipelines executed as a Triggered task.
- Schedule: Pipelines executed as a Scheduled task.
- Ultra: Pipelines executed as an Ultra task.
- Manual: Manually executed Pipelines.
- For Each: Pipelines executed by the For Each Snap.
- Nested: Pipelines executed by the Pipeline Execute Snap.
Adjacent to each Pipeline that appears in this page, there is an icon that indicates its invocation type. For more information on these icons, click the link below.
Legend: Pipeline types
|Show only||Represents the project space in which the Pipeline exists. In the drop-down you will typically see your own project space and shared spaces. Select a space from the drop-down to show only Pipelines executed/executing in that space.|
Select this checkbox to group parent and child Pipelines. If one Pipeline calls another, a plus sign (+) appears next to the parent Pipeline. You can click on the plus sign to see the child Pipelines that the parent is calling.
In cases where a large number of child Pipelines are being executed, the Dashboard shows data for only 100 child Pipelines.
Execution status of the Pipeline. The options shown vary in the Executing Pipelines of All Executions and Pipeline Execution History of All Executions sections.
The following options are available in the Executing Pipelines of All Executions section:
The following options are available in the Execution History of All Executions section:
The Status feature is only visible if there are Pipelines in different stages of execution.