Dsco is pleased to launch our new PIPELINES page. This page provides a single view to your different data flows (aka pipelines) coming in and out of your Dsco account.

The PIPELINES page also allows you to monitor the health of your workflows by giving real time feedback on any processing errors.

Using the Pipelines Page

The new page can be accessed by clicking on PIPELINES from the side navigation bar:

Once on the page, you'll see your active pipelines along with several columns providing description.

Workflow: This indicates the workflow pipeline that has been activated as they relate to data coming In and Out of your Dsco account. 

Name: The name of the pipeline. Names will be related to standard processes (i.e. Orders Download), or to any automated job configuration you've created.

Protocol: The method the pipeline is transferring data (i.e. Portal/Manual, SFTP, As2, API, etc).

Format: The format the the data was transferred in (i.e. CSV, JSON, EDI, etc).

Last Run: The last time this pipeline moved and/or processed inbound or outbound data.

Last Run Status: The status of the run. Possible statuses are; Succeeded (green), Failed (Red), Warning (Orange), Informational (Blue), or Empty meaning no data was sent/received (Grey). Depending on the time period depicted you may see several colors or statuses represented.

Tip: Click on the column headers to sort the visible pipelines by that attribute.

Selecting a specific pipeline will open a detail page where you can view specific runtimes to diagnose errors.

Pipeline Filters

Dsco also provides filters for you to control the views and processes of the pipelines that are most important to you. Those can be adjusted by clicking on the filter icon on the top left.

You can also adjust the time frame from which to view pipelines on the top right.

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