Uploader Details Page

The Uploader Details page allows you to review the jobs run, download and edit important information about the Uploader and associated uploads.

Uploader Details Overview

The title of the Uploader displays in the top left.

The Uploader can be deleted by selecting the More... button

The Destination button allows you to drill into the individual connector.

The Records button displays the current number of successful records uploaded.

The Errors button displays the current number of errors in the Uploader.

Under the Uploads tab, you can download the original file, view the status, and take action on the individual Uploader runs. See more details under Uploader Actions.

Under the Code Snippet tab, you Upload Data and view/copy the embeddable snippet into your web app.

Uploader Jobs

Osmos displays the last 30 days of uploader runs. If you need to modify the number of days to display, please contact support@osmos.io

For each Uploader job, you can view the download of the original file, view status, upload date & time, and take action.

Your upload may have several different statuses:

  • Complete - 100% successful run with no errors

  • Finished with Errors - The upload completed with one or more errors

  • Failure - Typically a failure means there is an error with the source data that prevented the Uploader to successfully run

For each job, you can also view of the records are in a Pending, Successful, Skipped, or Failed state.

If you have one or more failed records, you may choose to take Action.

Uploader Actions

Uploader Actions are present only when you have at least one failed record on your upload.

Under Actions you can do one of two things:

  1. Run a Download Error Report

  2. Fix Errors

Download Error Report

Osmos allows you to download a CSV report of the errors associated with the individual Uploader job.

The report displays the following details:

  1. The row number in the original file which has the errors

  2. A field to show if the error is at the connector level (e.g. auth issues)

  3. Every error row in the report will include all the “source columns for the same row”, because often the source column names won’t match the destination column names. Showing the source columns helps the user understand and act on the errors better.

  4. Each destination column will have an “error description” column right next to it, which will contain the error reason if that destination column has errors in it. If that destination column has no errors, the “error description” column will be empty

Fix Errors

This option allows you to fix the errors specific to the upload only. Osmos leverages single-cell edit functionality to update the fields in error for the upload. Once the updates are complete, the Uploader can be re-uploaded.

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