Adapters Fetch History
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The Adapters Fetch History page lets you review the fetch results over time for each adapter and for specific adapter connections.

To open the Adapters Fetch History page, click image.png icon on the left panel.
In the Adapters page click the Adapters Fetch History button.
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You can also reach the Adapters Fetch History page from a specific adapter. In this case the Adapters Fetch History will be filtered on the specific adapter.
When there are no connections defined for an adapter - the Adapters Fetch History button will not be presented in the specific adapter page.

Viewing Fetch History Data

The page enables you to view Adapters Fetch History for any fetch action performed in the system, whether it is part of the Discovery Cycle, Manual or Custom Scheduled.
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The data is displayed for each fetch action and is auto-refreshsed based on the auto-refresh rate definition.

If a specific adapter has only an inactive connection, or the adapter never fetched data, the specific adapter will not be displayed in the adapters filter.

For each fetch action, you can see multiple columns:

  • Adapter Name - The adapter which fetched the data - Filtrable column.
  • Status - Presents the fetch status - Filtrable column.
    • Contains five values:
      • Fetch Started - The fetch process has been initiated
      • Fetch Completed - The fetch completed successfuly and results are presented
      • Fetch Failed - The fetch process has failed
      • Connection Failed - There has been a connection error for the specific connection.
      • Fetch Skipped - When there is a Tunnel configured, and the Tunnel status was disconnected.
  • Instance - The specific Instance the adapter and connection were initiated from.
  • Connection Name - The connection label (if configured) Or the Connection ID - Filtrable column.
  • Start Time - The fetch process start time - Filtrable column.
  • End Time - The fetch process end time - Filtrable column.
  • Duration - The calculated total fetch duration.
  • Total Devices - The number of non unique total devices fetched.
  • Total Users - The number of non unique total users fetched.
  • Error Data - The error data - will be filled only if the status is Connection Failed or Fetch Failed.

Filtering

  • You can filter on the values to be displayed in the table.
  • The following filters are available:
    • Adapter Name - When you want to view the history of a specific adapter
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    • Fetch Status - Display only fetch results with a specific status.
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    • Connection Name - Display only fetch results from a specific connection. The values of the filter are either the connection label (when set for a connection) OR connection ID.
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    • Fetch Date Range - You can filter for specific fetch data by date, by clicking the date range picker filter.
      • The date range picker lets you select two dates that determine the date range for which fetch history data will be displayed.
      • To filter a fetch history only for a specific date, select the same date twice.
      • To include specific times in the supplied date range, in the date range picker, click Select Time.
      • To Save the filter, click OK
      • The filter is applied on both the Start and End date.
    • Hide Realtime Adapters Data - If there is an adapter configured for real-time fetch, when swtiched on, the real-time related fetch history will be hidden.
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Navigating between Table Result Pages

By default, 50 rules are displayed in each table page. You can change the number of rules per page and choose between 20, 50 or 100, by clicking the appropriate icon on the bottom left side of the table: image.png

Moving between pages is done by the pagination bar on the bottom right side of the table: image.png

Adapters Fetch History Retention

The Adapters Fetch History page always displays the last 100,000 activities.

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