The Reporting screen is where you will see all previous feedback activity. Messages from each migration run, are available here. Find the information you need with search option, or filter results by date and feedback level.
For example, if you want to see all errors that were generated on a given date, then the Reporting screen is the place to come.
Each execution of a migration, real and simulated, is given an Invocation ID. This unique identifier displays on each feedback message associated with the execution.
The Reporting screen displays all migration feedback with the most recent feedback at the top. Migration history is kept forever; you can even scroll back to when you started using Project Configurator for Jira Cloud.
The following columns are displayed on the Reporting screen:
|Date||When the feedback was generated|
|Level||The type of feedback|
The unique identifier of the migration that was run
Each simulated or real migration is provided with an Invocation ID.
|Message||The first line of the feedback message|
|Action||Click View More to see additional details of the feedback message|
Use the Level drop-down, to sort reports by a selected feedback type.
Simply click the drop-down, then select a feedback type to filter by.
Multiple types of feedback may be filtered at once. Select and deselect filters as desired, by clicking the associated checkbox option, in the Level drop-down.
The feedback types, shown in the Level column, are:
|Debug||Bugs are preventing the migration from executing successfully|
|Info||Information about execution is available|
|Warning||Execution completed with warning(s)|
|Error||Execution completed with errors|
|Success||Execution completed successfully|
The Event Report screen for each event is accessed by clicking View more in the Action column.
The report shows the unique details of the event. The Event and Invocation identifiers are available for to copy with a single click.
Below, the feedback message is displayed. Any warnings or errors will be displayed here, in full.
The Invocation ID is displayed again, along with the time it took for the event to run.