Checking A Service DataFlow Summary - ABO

Back Office User Guide

Product
ABO
AFS_Version
7.11
Category
Reference Guide

In the DataFlow display of a selected service, all the PaFs of this service are presented in a table.

The following information are available :

  • The name and the ID of the PaF (between brackets)
  • The status of the PaF, thanks to an icon
  • The number of OK and KO documents, next to thumb up and thumb down icons
  • The average speed, symbolized by the number of processed documents per second
  • The used memory (RAM)
  • The server load
  • The execution date and duration

All those information are either concerning last execution if PaF is not running, or real time information while PaF is in progress.

The status of the PaF is represented by an icon:

  • A green valid, yellow paf-ok-middle or red paf-ok-low icon is displayed (depending of the percentage of processed documents) when the PaF is successful.
  • A cogwheel working icon means that the PaF is running.
  • A cogwheel with an exclamation mark degraded icon when the PaF is running degraded (some documents are in failure, but the PaF is still running).
  • An alert alert icon when the PaF is halted degraded, meaning the PaF is ended with some documents failed.
  • A mute paf-mute icon when the PaF ended abnormally and is no longer communicating with AFS-BO.
  • A red cross paf-ko icon means that the PaF has stopped and failed, because of an error in pre-script or post-script, or a configuration error.

The number of KO and OK documents is represented by a thumb icon:

  • The figure beside the thumb-up docs-ok1 icon is the number of documents successfully processed by the PaF.
  • The figure beside the thumb-down docs-ko1 icon is the total number of documents which failed to be processed by the PaF.

The average speed, which is either instant real time if PaF is in progress, or averaged over the duration of the last execution if PaF is stopped, is represented by a stopwatch paf-timelapse icon, and is given in processed documents per second.

The used memory, which is either instant real time if PaF is in progress, or totaled over the duration of the last execution if PaF is stopped, is represented by a memory MemoryUsed icon, and given in MB.

For license client only, the load is displayed next to an server LoadIcon icon. For more information about load displaying, see Unix-style load calculation (Wikipedia)

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