Sep 28, 2023
You can find your extraction orders grouped by connections or by data tables.
To see the list of extraction orders related to one of your connections, you need to:
To see the extraction orders list related to one data table, you need to:
After this, you will see the overview tab. This tab shows the list of extraction orders for the current connection.
Use the search field to find the necessary extraction order by:
Also, you can sort the data ascending or descending in every column except Action.
The extraction orders list includes eight columns. Let's look at each of them in more detail.
The extraction order name is formed according to the Data Source — Extraction Template — Account rule. Extraction orders created via auto-extract have the Automated label next to their names. You can click the extraction order name to dive into its settings.
Here you see the email of the user who created the extraction order.
This column shows which extraction template you’ve selected when setting up data extraction.
This column shows the account on the data source for which you created this extraction order.
Extraction orders will be automatically paused in the following cases:
To see the description of an issue, you need to click the "plus" icon near the extraction order name.
Here you can see when the last data sync was completed.
Here you can see when this extraction order was created.
There are two icons in this column:
You can sync data, pause or start data extraction using them.
The success message means that the sync process has been successfully initiated, not completed! Until the sync of each extraction order is completed, the error message "Some of Data Table extracts are already running" will appear on repeated click.
Also, you can not run data synchronization while the extraction order is paused. You will see the following error message "Data syncronization was not started, please unpause your extraction order".