This lesson provides information on how to access, review, and resolve warnings and errors in your Core Data Import Logs. Reviewing the Core Data Import Logs daily ensures that the data within DnA is the most accurate and up to date that it can be. This allows for students, teachers, and other staff to be successful when navigating the platform.
Required Permission: View Core Data Import Logs
Where to Start
- Go to the Admin Gear.
- Select Core Data Import Logs.
Review the Log
- Use the Results Chart to get a quick view into how many records were imported successfully (green) and how many were rejected (red).
- Each subsequent heading provides details of the automation:
- Uploader - who triggered the upload
- Automation Profile - which automation profile was used to import the data
- Configuration - which configuration was used when importing the data
- Uploaded - provides the date and time stamp of the import
- Scheduled - when the import was scheduled to begin
- Started - when the import actually began running
- Ended - when the import actually completed running
- Dry Run - indicates if the import was imported live (No) or if it was a validation run (Yes)
- Notes - any information provided by the user triggering the import
- Select the Finished icon to view the details of the selected import.
If the records reject at a rate of over 50%, an email is automatically sent to the user listed on the Core Data Automation profile.
- Use the Files column to determine which file or files have errors or warnings.
- Rejected are records that were not imported into DnA.
- Warnings are records that may have imported but are missing specific details.
- Successes are records that came into DnA in their entirety per the file.
Select the blue number under Records Rejected or Warnings to view a Log Summary for the specific dataset.
- Warnings are indicated by a yellow sign. The number of students that have the particular warning displays with an error message.
- Rejected Records are indicated by a red sign. The number of students that have the particular error displays with an error message.
- Information on how to resolve the warning or rejection may be available.
- If the error is Code related, the option to Resolve Now may be available. To learn more, visit Code Table Sync Tool.
Files may be in a different format than our original specification. To learn about updating your file layout, visit Data Configurations.