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Various pages in Daton
This page contains a list of Daton supported data sources and data warehouses.
This tab lists all Daton supported data sources. Each data source is categorized and users can filter the data sources by either searching by the name or by using category filters. Users can click on a specific data source, provide necessary configuration details and integrate it. The configuration pages can typically be broken down in to two steps -
- 1.Pre-Authentication steps - Configuration details such as Integration Name, Frequency, History, API Keys, API End Points, etc. are captured in these steps. Some of these credentials are used for authentication and authorization from Daton users
- 2.Post-Authentication steps - After successful authentication, users would be navigated through tables and fields selection screens where in they would be able to select only the necessary tables and fields respectively.
Users can integrate as many data sources as required within the subscription limits. Read more about subscription plans here.
This tab lists all Daton supported data warehouses. Only one data warehouse can be active at a time. Learn more on how to sign-up for warehouses and configure them on Daton - Google BigQuery, Amazon Redshift, Oracle ADW
My Integration page has the list of integrations created by all users with in an organization. Users can see all active, pending, paused and deleted integrations here. Additionally users would be able to take several actions such as
- 1.pausing or re-activating an integration
- 2.deleting an integration
- 3.renewing integration tokens
- 4.view details of an integration
Features and user actions are described in detail at My Integrations.
Integration details page displays job level details for a specific integration. Users can navigate to this page by either clicking icon against an integration or by clicking on the integration name from My Integrations page.
This page can be used for both monitoring the data and jobs as well as debugging any integration problems. This page and its usage is described in detail at Integration Details.
Dashboards page displays a comprehensive snapshot of Daton usage. There are two sections in this page -
Displays the following components for the present billing cycle
- 1.Data Loads - The number jobs executed in the present billing cycle
- 2.Rows Written - The total number of rows written to data warehouse across all integrations in the present billing cycle
- 3.Average Load Time - Average time taken for jobs in the present billing cycle
- 1.Rows Processed - Trend graph for number of records processed over a given period of time, default being six months. Users can modify the date range appropriately from the date range pickers
- 2.Jobs Processed - Bar graph for number of records processed over a given period of time, default being six months. Users can modify the date range appropriately from the date range pickers
- 3.Integrations - Bar graph for number of integrations over a given period of time, default being six months. The bar graphs represent both active and inactive integrations respectively in different shades of blue. Users can modify the date range appropriately from the date range pickers
- 4.Rows Processed in current cycle - Pie chart for the number of rows processed so far and the number of rows in the present billing cycle
- 5.Job processing time - Graphical representation for the average job processing time for a given period of time.
Logs page displays jobs executed across all integrations and their status. The number of logs displayed is based on the log retention policies applied as per the selected subscription plan. Users would be able to view the detailed log for each job by clicking on the eye icon against it. The following attributes are displayed on the page
- 1.Job Id - Internal Daton job id
- 2.Table Name - Each job id corresponds to a specific table. If an integration has multiple tables then multiple job ids would be created and executed for each load
- 3.Job Start Time - Time when the extract is initiated
- 4.Job End Time - Time when the data is loaded in the warehouse
- 5.Job Status - Specifies whether the job was successful or a failure
- 6.Rows Processed - Number of rows processed for the table or job in a load
- 7.Detailed Log - Detailed job log with error messages if any and user actions to resolve them
Subscriptions page lists all the available plans and its features. Users can select, upgrade and downgrade a plan by clicking on the respective plan. Plans are extensively described in Subscription Plans document.
My accounts page displays organizational as well as user configurations and preferences. Users can navigate to this page by expanding the drop-down beside the name at the top right corner of the web-app. This page has the following sections -
This sections details present subscription plan details and a button to upgrade and downgrade the plan.
This section displays generic user login details and option to update user password. Users can also set timezone preference here.
Additional organizational users can be added from this section. Additional users will have to integrate their own warehouse instance to create data source integrations.
All organization level preferences can be configured here by the admin user. All company preferences are described in detail at User Preferences.
User level preferences can be configured here by each user. All user preferences are described in detail at User Preferences.
Notifications page displays messages related to integrations, user management, and system errors. Users can navigate to this page by clicking the notifications bell icon and then clicking view all link. All notifications are described in detail at Notifications.