Package Run History

Skyvia logs all the package runs and allows you to view their results. By viewing a certain run, you can check whether there were errors and if yes, what was the reason for them. With this information, you can also contact our technical support.

Viewing Current Package Status and Most Recent Runs

You can view the current package status and 5 most recent runs on the Monitor tab of the Package Details page. The package is considered Succeeded if the most recent package run has loaded all the records successfully. It is marked as Failed either when at least one record has not been loaded successfully, or when the package has not been executed completely (for example, when its connection became invalid).

Monitor tab

Run History Columns

Run ID — ID of your package run. You may specify it when contacting our support regarding errors in your package run.

State — status of the package run. It can be one of the following:

  • Succeeded — package has successfully loaded data to target objects.
  • Failed — package has failed to execute.
  • Queued — package is queued for running.
  • Running — package is being executed.
  • Canceled — package execution has started but was canceled.
  • Canceling — canceling of the package execution is in progress.

Success rows — number of successfully processed rows.

Error rows — number of failed rows.

Date — it displays when the package run occurred.

When you click a specific package run, the History Details window opens up. From this window, you can download the result CSV file to your computer. Here you can also see the number of succeeded and failed rows, date of run execution and other details.

Monitor tab

How to View Older Runs

If your run history is very long, Skyvia shows only the last 5 runs on the Monitor tab. You can view older runs on the Log tab.

Viewing Package Runs for Specified Period

You can view older runs or runs for a specified period on the Log tab of the Package Details page. The package is considered Succeeded if the most recent package run has loaded all the records successfully. It is marked as Failed either when at least one record has not been loaded successfully, or when the package has not been executed completely (for example, when its connection became invalid). On the Log tab, you can display all runs at once, only successful or only failed ones. For this, our team developed All, Failed and Succeeded tabs.

Log tab

Click Calendar and select any period you want. You can either select certain dates from the calendar or change the time period manually by entering the required dates in the box. We do not limit you, you are free to change any parameter in the box — year, month, day, even minutes or seconds.

Custom range

Click Today list and select a period from the available options. You can display runs for today or yesterday only, or select a longer display period — for the whole week/month, for the last 30 days.

Log tab - selecting period from the list

Import Package

For import packages, the Success Rows and Error Rows columns display the number of successfully and unsuccessfully processed rows on a per-table basis for a selected package run.

When you click a certain package run, the History Details window pops up. In this window, if some rows failed, the number of failed rows for a table is displayed as a link. You can click this link to download a CSV file with detailed per-record error log. This CSV file contains the values of the fields from the failed rows that were used in mapping and the error description for each failed row. The number of successfully imported rows for a table is also displayed as a link. You can click such link to download a CSV file with the result values of the mapped target columns and the primary key of the result record.

Runs of Import Package

Export Package

For export packages, the Success Rows and Error Rows columns display the number of successfully and unsuccessfully exported rows on a per-table basis for a selected package run.

In export packages, which export data to locally downloadable CSV files, Run History plays a special role. To download the result CSV files, you shouild click a certain package run in the Run History table. In the History Details window, which pops up, click the number of exported rows from a table. Please note that the result files in this case are only stored for 7 days since the package run, and after 7 days they won’t be available, and you will need to perform export again. The number of exported rows from a table is a link only for the export packages that export data to locally downloadable CSV files. It is not a link for packages that export data to a cloud file storage service or FTP.

Runs of Export Package

Replication Package

For replication packages, the Success Rows column displays the number of successfully inserted, updated, and deleted rows in total for a selected package run. The Error Rows column displays the number of failed rows in total for a selected package run. If some rows failed, the number of failed rows is displayed as a link to per-record error logs for each table.

When you click a certain package run, the History Details window pops up. In this window, you will find more detailed information on the successfully changed rows (inserted, updated, deleted) and failed rows with the reason of their failure.

Runs of Replication Package

Synchronization Package

For synchronization packages, the Success Rows column displays the number of successfully inserted, updated, and deleted rows in total for a selected package run. The Error Rows column displays the number of failed rows in total for a selected package run. If some rows failed, the number of failed rows is displayed as a link to per-record error logs.

When you click a certain package run, the History Details window pops up. In this window, the numbers above correspond to the number of changes in rows applied to the source (in our example, account), and the numbers below correspond to the number of changes in rows applied to the target (accounts).

Runs of Synchronization Package

Please note that you can download the result CSV files on the Log tab as well. For this, select the period you want to view your package runs for. Click a certain package run and download CSV files in the History Details window.

Log tab