- Using Hevo
- Familiarizing with the Pipelines Interface
- Introduction & common operations
- Pipeline jobs
- Introduction to Schema Mapper
- How to Use Schema Mapper
- How to Map a Source Event Type with a Destination Table Using Schema Mapper
- How to Map a Source Event Type Field with a Destination Table Column
- How to Fix Unmapped Fields for an Event Type
- How to Resolve Incompatible Schema Mappings
- Bulk Actions in Schema Mapper
- How to Resize String Columns in the Destination
- Auto Mapping Event Types
- Creating File Partitions for S3 Destination through Schema Mapper
- Mapping Statuses
- Schema Mapper Compatibility Table
- Advanced concepts
- Batching & throughput
- Cloud Applications
- Amazon Aurora (MySQL)
- Amazon DynamoDB
- Amazon Redshift
- Microsoft SQL Server
- File Storage
- Marketing & Email
- Sdk & Streaming
- Data Warehouses
- File storage
Model And Workflows
- Personal settings
- Team settings
- Release Version 1.47 (06-Aug-2020)
- Release Version 1.46 (21-Jul-2020)
- Release Version 1.45 (02-Jul-2020)
- Release Version 1.44 (11-Jun-2020)
- Release Version 1.43 (15-May-2020)
- Release Version 1.42 (30-Apr-2020)
- Release Version 1.41 (Apr-2020)
- Release Version 1.40 (Mar-2020)
- Release Version 1.39 (Feb-2020)
- Release Version 1.38 (Jan-2020)
Introduction to Pipeline Jobs
Hevo may create one or more jobs to fetch data from your Sources. The number and nature of jobs may depend upon the type of Source used for a Pipeline.
NOTE: Jobs are not created for Sources which depend on webhooks to receive data.
Jobs are visible in the Pipeline Overview section. A typical job will appear like below:
The following information is being provided for the job:
- Name - Name of the job.
- Recent Activity - A trend-line showing activity in last 24 hours
- Last Position of the Job - The position till which the job has read data from the Source. Please note that this applies only in Sources where data is read incrementally.
- Status - The status of the job. Refer to job statuses for more details.
- Last Synced time - The time when the job was last synced
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