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Stream Options

To create a new stream, click Create Stream.

If you have exported a stream, for example from another solution, click Import Stream to import the stream into the current solution. In the dialog that appears, paste the code for the stream that you exported and click Import. The imported stream is displayed in the Stream Editor.

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When you export and import a stream, the stream name is also retained. Ensure that you do not already have a stream with the same name in the solution that you import into.

When you click Export, a dialog appears with the code for the stream you have created. Click Copy to Clipboard. Then navigate to the solution that you want to add the stream to, and insert it by clicking Import Stream. In the dialog that appears, paste the code for the stream and click Import.

Click Import Example Stream to look at and import the example streams. Example streams provide a list of some commonly used examples and use cases that can help you in creating and understanding a stream. Refer to Example Streams to know more.

Stream List

The default order is from newest to oldest stream, but you can sort the list alphabetically using the sorting arrows by Name. You can also sort the list from oldest to newest using the sorting arrows by Modified. The list provides you with details at a glance of when a stream was last started, and finished, as well as its current status. 

The status displayed can be one of the following:

StatusDescription
-This indicates that the stream has not been run.
CompleteThe stream ran to completion when it was last run.
FailedThe stream failed when it was last run.
PendingThe stream is in transition between two statuses, for example between Running and Complete.
RunningThe stream is currently running.
ScheduledThe stream is scheduled to run according to its specific schedule.
StoppedThe stream was either stopped when it was last run, or the stream was scheduled and the schedule was aborted. See Abort Schedule below.

The Scheduled column indicates if the stream has been set to run at specific intervals, or at a specific point in time, or if no schedule has been set. For more information on Scheduling, see Schedule.

Managing Streams

From the Streams view, there are several actions that you can take on the streams. To select an action for a stream, click the Action dialog box for the relevant stream and select the action you want to take from the drop-down list. Alternatively, if you select multiple streams, actions are displayed on the toolbar directly above the table.

ActionDescription
Edit

Select when you want to make changes to the stream. The Stream Editor with your stream is displayed, where you can make your changes.

For more information, see Stream Editor.

DuplicateSelect to create a copy of the stream. (Copy) appears next to the duplicate stream.
Schedule

Select if you want to schedule when you want the stream to run. Schedule Settings is displayed.

For more information, see Schedule.

Abort Schedule

Select if you do not want to use the schedule that you have set. When you confirm to abort the schedule, the schedule is deleted. This action cannot be undone.

StartSelect to run the stream.
StopSelect to stop a running stream. This action is only visible when a stream is running.
Log

Select when you want to view the events generated when the stream was last run. The Log is displayed.

This action is only available after you have run a stream at least once.

For more information, see Logs.

AuditSelect to view audit information for the stream. For more information, see Audit.
Set Notifications

Select to monitor a stream for specific events or issues. An email is sent to the Notification Group when the event or issue occurs.

For more information, see Notification Groups.

DeleteSelect to delete the stream. This action cannot be undone.


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