Streams View


Readers should be familiar with:

All streams you create in a solution are listed in a table where each row depicts a stream. If you have several streams in the solution, you can search for streams. 

The default order is from newest to oldest stream, but you can sort the list alphabetically using the sorting arrows by Name. You can also sort the list from oldest to newest using the sorting arrows by Modified

Stream view 

The list provides you with details at a glance of when a stream was last started, and finished, as well as its current status. The status displayed can be one of the following:

-This indicates that the stream has not been run.
CompleteThe stream ran to completion when it was last run.
FailedThe stream failed when it was last run.
PendingThe stream is in transition between two statuses, for example between Running and Complete.
RunningThe stream is currently running.
ScheduledThe stream is scheduled to run according to its specific schedule.
StoppedThe stream was either stopped when it was last run, or the stream was scheduled and the schedule was aborted. See Abort Schedule below.

The Scheduled column indicates if the stream has been set to run at specific intervals, or at a specific point in time, or if no schedule has been set. For more information on Scheduling, see Schedule.

Managing Streams

From the stream view, there are several actions that you can take on the streams. You can access the same options using the More menu that is available under the Actions column.

Actions column

Alternatively, if you select a single stream, actions are displayed on the toolbar directly above the table and are explained below. If you selecting two or more streams, you will not see the following actions but the option to either delete the streams together or create a stream group.

Action Toolbar

The following actions are available for a stream: 

ActionAction Toolbar IconDescription

Starts the selected stream.

Shows the Schedule Settings dialog box. 

Different scheduling options are available from this dialog box. Using one of the buttons the users can designate the desired frequency: Minute, Hour, Day, Week, and Month. 

For each option, different scheduling rules can be selected: 

  • Minute  – Run every 15, 20, or 30 minutes. 
  • Hour – Run every 1 hour, 2 hours, 3 hours, 4 hours, 6 hours, or 12 hours. 
  • Day – This option works by designating both a Start Time and defining the Timezone. Additional schedule rules can be added by clicking on the Add time button. 
  • Week – The scheduling rules are defined by choosing the selected days of the week, the start time, and the timezone. Additional times can be entered by clicking on the Add time button. 
  • Month – This is the most complex scheduling option. The scheduling rules allow for select days of the month to be entered in the designated field, the associated start time is entered below it, and the associated timezone is to be selected on the right. 

This opens the Audit Dashboard

This opens the Logs screen
Data Correction
This opens the Data Correction tab showing errors for the current stream.
Set Notifications

This opens the notifications screen. From here email notification options can be designated for each Notification Group. The following options can be toggled as needed: 

  • Send an email when no file is found
  • Send an email when the stream fails 
  • Send an email when a stream executes successfully
  • Send an email when there is a new error in Data Correction.

Click on the Apply button to confirm the notifications setup and close the window. 


This will open up the Export Stream modal used to copy down the content of the given stream. 

You can either copy the contents using the Copy to Clipboard button or download the stream content in a JSON file format.


This creates a copy of the selected stream. The duplicate will have "Copy" in its title to differentiate it from the original.

This will delete the selected stream.