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The run history page

The history of previous preparation runs is stored in the Run history page. This makes it easier to retrieve the results of a given preparation with its specific run settings.

For a given preparation, a history of the last 100 runs that have been executed is available.

To access the history of your preparation, click the Run history button in the application header bar.

The Run history page opens, where various information on the run process is displayed.

You can enable desktop notifications to get updates about the run status directly from your web browser.

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Once enabled, after allowing push notifications from Talend website in your web browser, you can click the notification to go back to the Run history page or, in the case of a local destination dataset, to download the result of a run.

Basic information on the run is available at first glance, but you can also expand a specific run for additional information.

In the run header, you can:
  • Cancel the preparation run while it is running.
  • Launch the preparation run again using the same parameters.
  • Download the results of the preparation run (for a local dataset or direct download).
Information on the run.
Available information on the Run history page
Field Description
Status The status of the run can be:
  • Submitting
  • Running
  • Successful
  • Failed
  • Terminated
Created by Name of the user who started the run.
Start Date and time at which the run process was launched.
Time spent Duration of the run process.
Direct download Download the preparation run.
Run again Run the preparation again.
Destination Name of the destination dataset.
Run profile Name of the profile used for the run.
Engine Describes on which execution server the run was launched.
Records read Number of records read during the run.
Bytes read Number of bytes read during the run.
Records produced Number of records produced during the run.
Bytes produced Number of bytes produced during the run.
Error message In case of an issue with the run, an error message is displayed.
Show logs Click this button to open the execution logs in a new modal. You will then be able to download them.

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