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Scenario detail

The Scenario detail page lets you access the Scenarioeditor and find information about a scenario such as execution history and incomplete executions. Enterprise customers can also see their custom scenario properties here.

Finding the Scenarios detail page :

  1. In the left sidebar, click Scenarios.

  2. Click on the scenario whose detail page you want to see.

The Scenario detail page loads for the scenario you chose.

  1. Scenario name: a customizable name for your scenario. Double click the name to edit it.

  2. Diagram: a visual representation of the scenario. The Diagram is the same as you see in the scenario editor.

  3. History: click to see an overview of the history of the scenario, including any changes to the scenario and scenario execution history, which includes the following:

    • Status of each run (success or error)

    • Run duration

    • Number of operations

    • Size of data transfer

    • Link to detailed information

  4. Incomplete executions: links to information about any incomplete executions of the scenario. It includes the following information for each incomplete run:

    • Date created

    • Size of data transfer

    • Retry

    • Resolved

    • Number of attempts

  5. Activate scenario: after you create your scenario, you can activate the scenario to make it to run according to its schedule. By clicking the ON/OFF button you can turn the scenario ON to activate or OFF to deactivate. Once it is turned on, the scenario runs according to its schedule.

  6. Edit: The Edit button will open up the scenario editor, where you can edit your scenario.

  7. Options: The Options button provides you with extra options without having to open up the scenario editor. These include:

    • Scheduling

    • Rename

    • Clone

    • Delete

  8. Currently running: displays information on any current executions of your scenario.

  9. History summary: a clickable overview that includes any edits to the scenario and a concise scenario execution history which includes:

    • Date and time of the scenario run

    • Number of operations consumed

    • Duration of the scenario run

    • Amount of data transferred

    Click any run to see its details.

  10. Operations and data transfer stats: a line graph that displays the amount of operations and data transfer used by the scenario.