Let’s understand the information that Nexla provides about a dataset.
In your flows, click on the magnifying glass to see information about a dataset.
Or you can click on one of your datasets in your sources.
In Overview, you can see
- Detected From Source
- Dataset ID
- Source Type
- Number of Transformed Datasets
- Shared with Users
- Data Volume
- Total Records
- Last processed Data On
- Created On
- Last Updated On
- The name of the dataset can be changed.
- The description of the dataset can be changed.
- Green indicates data flow is active while orange indicates it is inactive.
- The airplane icon lets you transform your data.
- The other options allow you to
- Pause the data flow
- Paste transform
- This allows you to view the data flow.
Scrolling down, you can see Data by Records, Volume, and Errors over different time frames.
In Preview, you can see your data.
- You can add a description to the attribute.
- You can view the distribution of data.
- The default view is by column. Samples can be viewed by rows or nested JSON objects. Samples can be downloaded.
In Shares, you can share
- To email addresses
- With entire company
- With a team
In Validations, you see output records of the dataset that comply to rules you set up. If they fail the validation, they will not be passed to the next step of the data flow.
In Notifications, you can view notifications for platform activity, system alerts, and data alerts.
Settings can be changed by going to Notification Management.
In Activity, you can view the history and changes that were made.
In Error Data, you can view error samples such as those that failed to pass through this stage of the flow.
You can see exported error files if you have configured Nexla to automatically export all error data to your preferred file system. This can be done by clicking on Error Data Export.
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