Managing Failed IS Or MS Execution History Records

As described under Viewing Execution History, the Execution History page provides an overview of the execution history for the selected IS or MS Solution. For executions that failed with record errors, select the execution record, and select Details from the Gear menu to open the Execution History Details for that execution. From Execution History Details you can select some or all records to be reprocessed.

View Execution History Window

View Execution History Details

Correcting Errors

Use the information provided in Execution History Details to open and edit the Map for this Solution to correct the errors. When you are done, you can either:

Note: TIBCO Scribe ® Online only stores the source fields from the failed record that were referenced by the links and formulas in the Map at the time it was run. If you add new source fields to a Map and then reprocess the failed records, the values for the newly added source fields are ignored.

In this case, treat this data as a new or edited Solution and run it from the Solutions page.

Tip: If you have a large number of failed records, and you are not sure that the error has been correctly addressed, use Reprocess Selected to test a few records before reprocessing all of the records in the run.

After the selected records are successfully processed, select Reprocess All from the Execution History page to correct the remaining errors in the run.

Reprocessing Failed Records

When an execution fails with record errors, a copy of each source record with an error is stored either in the TIBCO Scribe ® Online Cloud or locally in the On-Premise Agent database. See Storing Source Data For Failed Records.

If you choose to reprocess those failed source records with errors, TIBCO Scribe ® Online uses the copy of the records stored either in the Cloud or in the Agent database. TIBCO Scribe ® Online does not retrieve the latest records from the original source system. If a Solution accessing the same records executes before these stored records are reprocessed, you could inadvertently overwrite new data with the data from the stored records.

Example

Assume you have a Salesforce Contact record that failed with an error and was stored in TIBCO Scribe ® Online, but was not reprocessed. Someone updates the original Contact record in Salesforce to correct a telephone number. A TIBCO Scribe ® Online Integration Solution runs based on its schedule, picks up the updated record, and updates the Contact telephone number in the target datastore. A few days later, someone reprocesses the failed records updating the Contact telephone number in the target datastore back to the original number.

Selecting Records To Reprocess

  1. From Execution History Details, select the checkbox for the specific records you want to reprocess.
  2. Select Reprocess Selected.
  3. TIBCO Scribe ® Online starts a new execution containing the selected failed records.

    For records for which reprocessing fails, the new row in the Execution History page provides information about the failed records in the new reprocessing run. Select Details from the Gear menu to open the Execution History Details for remaining failed records.

Reprocessing All Failed Records

After you have corrected the errors:

  1. From the Execution History page, select the run for which you want to reprocess all records.
  2. Select Reprocess All from the Gear menu . TIBCO Scribe ® Online starts a new run containing all failed records. .

    For records for which reprocessing fails, the new row in the Execution History page provides information about the failed records in the new reprocessing run. Select View Errors to see details about the remaining failed records.

Related Topics

Viewing Execution History

Viewing Execution History Details

Viewing Execution Statistics

Viewing Run Statistics

Exporting The Execution Error List

Scheduling A Solution