Managing Integration Packages

Integration Packages Page

When logging in to Skyvia, the Integration Packages page automatically opens. On this page you can view all your integration packages and manage them.

To open the Integration Packages page when you are viewing some other page, click Integration in the menu on the left side of the page.

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This page consists of a header and a table, listing your packages and displaying the most important information about them.

 

 

 

Sorting and Filtering Integration Packages

Package list can be sorted by any column. To sort packages just click the column to sort packages by. Click it again to change the sort order.

To quickly find a package, you can filter packages list. There are two ways you can filter packages. The first one is to filter packages by a part of their names. For this enter a part of a package name to the search box above the grid. Only the packages, containing the entered string in their names will be displayed.

The second way allows you to filter packages by their type, source or target type, or their state. To filter packages, click the filter icon in the corresponding column and select the corresponding values. Only packages having the selected values in the corresponding columns will be displayed. To disable filter, click the filter icon in the corresponding column again and clear selection (or select all values). In this way you can filter packages by several columns.

Note that filter settings are preserved between session. If you can't find the packages you want to see, first disable all the filters if there are ones enabled. If a filter by the column is enabled, the color of the filter icon is changed in this column like this .

Managing Integration Packages

To run a package, select the check box in the first column of its row and then click the Run button.
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Click the package name to open the Integration Package Details page, click Actions, and then click Run.
To open a package for editing, select the check box in the first column of its row and then click the Edit button.
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Click the package name to open the Integration Package Details page, and then click the Edit button on this page.
To clone a package, select the check box in the first column of its row and then click the clone button.
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Click the package name to open the Integration Package Details page, click Actions, and then click Clone.
To delete a package, select the check box in the first column of its row and then click the Remove button.
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Click the package name to open the Integration Package Details page, click Actions, and then click Delete.

 

To learn how to schedule a package to be executed automatically, see Scheduling Packages.

To learn how to create a package, visit the corresponding package type link below.

Skyvia provides a number of predefined packages that allow you to configure most common cloud application integration tasks in few clicks. See Predefined Integrations Gallery for more information.

Supported Integration Package Types

Skyvia supports the following types of integration packages:

Import Package - a package for importing data from CSV files, relational databases, or cloud applications to cloud applications or relational databases.
Export Package - a package for exporting cloud application data to CSV files.
Replication Package - a package for replicating cloud application data to a relational database.
Synchronization Package - a package for performing bi-directional data synchronization between cloud applications and relational databases.

 

Package Information

The Integration Packages page displays the following information about all your packages:

Column name

Description

Type

Type of the package - Import, Export, Replication, or Synchronization.

Name

Name of the package.

Source

The type of the source connection.

Target

The type of the target connection.

State

The result of the last package run.

New - the package was never run.
Succeeded - the package successfully loaded data to target objects.
Failed - the package failed to execute.
Queued - the package is queued for running.
Running - the package is being executed.
Canceled - package execution has started but was canceled.
Canceling - canceling of the package execution is in progress.

Run

Displays how long ago the package was run the last time.

Modified

Displays how long ago the package was modified the last time.

Integration Package Details Page

To get more detailed information about a package, click its name in the Name column on the Integration Packages page. This opens the Integration Package Details page, which displays package creation and latest modification time, package tasks, and package run history. On this page you can view package execution logs in the Run History pane and see the information on successfully loaded and failed rows.

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The Integration Package Details page allows you to run the package, open it for editing, clone the package, delete the package, and clear the package run history by clicking the corresponding buttons.

You can also preview the connection settings on the Integration Package Details page. For this click the connection name in the package content.

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The view details link leads to the Connection Details page for this connection.