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Review Events Related to Specific Coveo Cloud Administration Console Resources
The Coveo Cloud administration console Activity panel shows events related to a Coveo Cloud V2 feature. Members of the Administrators, Content Managers, and Relevance Managers built-in groups can use the panel for troubleshooting purposes.
Access the “Activity” Panel
The Activity panel can be displayed for several administration console features. Refer to access instructions on the corresponding feature page:
Sources (see Review the Activity of Individual Sources)
Fields (see Review the Activity Regarding Fields)
Extensions (see Review the Activity Regarding Extensions)
Security Identities (see Review the Activity Regarding Security Identities)
Crawling Modules (see Review the Activity Regarding the Crawling Module)
Filter Activities by Date
The Activity panel may show several pages of events for Coveo Cloud features (e.g., source, fields, security identities, etc.). Filtering activities by date might help you when looking for a specific activity.
In the Activity panel, in the action bar, click the time window to open a date picker dialog (see Access the “Activity” Panel):
Click a start date and an end date in the calendar.
Click Last 10 minutes, Last hour, Last 12 hours, Last day, Last week, or Last month to apply the specified time window.
Click Apply to apply your time window choice and close the date picker dialog.
By default, the panel shows the activities that occur in the last 24 hours.
All activities logged during the current calendar year are available for review.
Next to the Select a start date and Select an end date boxes, you may click the Set to now button () to apply the current date and time to the corresponding box.
When over 10 activities are displayed, you might have to browse through them to find what you are looking for. To do so, you can:
Show more activities on the page (default is 10). At the lower-left corner of the page, click 100 to show more rows.
In the lower-right corner, use the pager or the Next and Previous links to navigate to other pages and see older activities.
Cancel a Pending Activity
When an activity is scheduled, but pending because another activity is ongoing, you can cancel the pending activity, such as if you start a source rebuild twice by mistake (see Refresh, Rescan, or Rebuild Sources).
In the Activity panel, in the activity list, optionally filter activities by date (see Access the “Activity” Panel and Filter Activities by Date). Then, click the pending activity that you want to abort.
In the Action bar, click Cancel.
In the Activity panel, you can review the following information:
Activity start time
When hovering the Started column, a precise time stamp of the activity (if started) appears (e.g.,
Tue, Dec 8, 2015, 1h15 PM).
Dot status color meaning:
Dot status color Activity state Gray (with animation) Ongoing Gray (no animation) Aborted Green Completed successfully Yellow Paused Red Completed, but failed
Resource Type column
Feature type impacted by the activity.
Source, Field, Extension, etc.
Provisioning wait, Rescan, Edit, Addition, Deletion, etc.
Current status or end result of the activity.
Successful, Failed, Aborted, etc.
Display name of the resource impacted by the activity.
If the Resource column is empty, more than one resource was impacted by the corresponding activity. Click the arrow () to expand an activity and show all impacted resources (see Expanded activity).
When all fields in an organization are synchronized, all their names appear in under Field names.
Triggered by column
Action which, as a side effect, triggered the activity
Email of the user that manually performed the activity.
When Coveo Support performs an activity in your organization, Coveo Specialist is displayed.
Click the arrow () to expand an activity and show details.
The last time the Activity panel was updated appears at the bottom right of the panel.