In this article, each Ops Portal view section will be discussed in detail, covering the selections, settings, and options of the Run control.

The Run control creates a view that can list and monitor a specifically identified Run of a flow. You will be prompted to enter a Run ID at runtime before the View will execute.

This article describes how to:

Create the Run View

Select the Control

Assign the Flow

Select the Solution

Select the Options

Test the View

Watch the tutorial video below to learn how to create the Run View using the Synatic Operations Portal.

Creating a new Run View

Go to the Operations Portal menu and select the Operations Portal Tutorial.

  1. Adjacent to the Views tab, click ⨁ to add a new View.

  2. Select Run in the selection list.

  3. Give it a name and a meaningful description.

The Control type

Click on the Control field and select the Run control to display a specifically identified historic run of the selected Flow. The Run control window for this View opens and lets you edit the relevant values and options as described below.

The Flow

Each View created requires that a Synatic Flow is selected. You may create a new Flow or alternatively, you can select the Flow you want to use from the selection list.

The Solution

The Run option requires that you select the Solution where the flow resides. Click the Solution field to select the Solution from the selection list.


Select the following options to further define your view output.

  • Only for User - Select this option to show Runs only for the logged-in user.

  • Allow Events - This option will let you view any events that may have occurred during the run.

  • Allow Records - This option will let you view any records that may have relevance during the run.

Save the View

When you have completed the View's configuration, click the Save View button.

Test the View

It is always advisable to test each view you create in Synatic's Ops Portal.

1. Select the Ops Portal option in the Account menu to open the Operations Portal. This is also the method used by the operations personnel to process these views.

2. Select and run the view you created from the list of available views.

3. Enter the Run ID of the Flow run you want to view then click the Load Run button to display the details of the run.

  • The RunID value is shown to confirm the run selection.

  • The name of the Flow associated with the RunID is shown.

  • The Total Records Completed by the Flow are also shown.

  • The View RunEvents button is available to display any events associated with the flow.

4. The Flow Canvas displays the flow that was executed and the following information is shown:

  • An info panel showing dates and times related to the run.

  • Each step object in the flow also shows the following:
    C: The number of records that were Completed.
    E: The number of records in Error.
    O: Other. These are the number of line items in the output that are not valid records but skipped records or Headers or Footers.

  • You can click on each step object to display the records processed if configured to display.

Useful Tutorials

Revisit the Getting Started page for a refresher.

Learn more in the Operations Portal tutorials.

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