Execute Flow manually
You can manually execute a Flow at any time by opening the
Flows window and clicking
Confirm that you want to execute a Flow by clicking
Run in the popup window.
There are two conditions when you cannot manually execute the Flow:
- The Flow is already running.
- The Flow is event-driven.
Once the Flow has been executed (whether with success or error), the Etlworks Integrator will display a pop-up notification.
Capture console log
Capture console log to debug Flows and monitor execution in real-time. This option is enabled by default.
Set Extra Log Step
Optionally, enter a number
>= 100 into
Extra Log Step. Once a number is entered, an extra checkpoint will be added to the Flow log every time that a specified number of data records has been processed.
While expanding the verbosity of the log, it can negatively impact performance. Use
Extra Log Step if you want to monitor a Flow that is processing many data records, typically
> 1M (one million). Otherwise, keep it empty.
Extra Log Step makes sense only if capturing console log is enabled.
Add Flow parameters
It is possible to add the Flow parameters that will be passed to the Flow at run time. The parameters will be added as global and Flow variables.
It is recommended to add parameters as uppercased variables without whitespaces.
Pass secure parameters such as passwords in the
Secure parameters box:
Check Flow status
The status of the last execution is displayed in the
EXECUTED column and includes a link to the
Flow Statistics dashboard.
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