Items Report



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Overview

The Items report is available when viewing information for individual jobs through the Jobs menu option and when viewing reports through the Reports menu option.  The Items report lists all items analyzed for the job(s) and the status of each item. The job overview statistics can be viewed by files or by folders, but the item statistics aggregates all items, including the files, folders, and the root folder.

If an item name is too long to display fully in the list, you can hover on the name. This will display a pop-up that displays the full name of the item.

 

Understanding the Status 

The status identifies what happened with the item in the last job run. This helps you understand which items that were successfully transferred, which items were ignored, etc., so you can take the appropriate action.

The status values displayed in the user interface vary from the status values used in the REST API. The table below identifies the different status values and which correspond with each other. Note that the Items export uses the API status values.  

UI Status

API/Export Status

Description

UI Status

API/Export Status

Description

Flagged

Remediation

The item could not be transferred and was flagged for manual remediation.

Ignored

Skipped

The item was ignored due to a filter policy set for the job.

Pending

Pending

The item has not finished transferring to the destination. This can happen if a job is paused or canceled before an item is completely transferred.

Retrying

Retry

The item could not be transferred and is flagged for retry. The default retry attempts is 3.

Revised

Processed

The item name was revised as part of the transfer. This occurs when an item name conflicts with policies on the destination due to the inclusion of unsupported characters or length.

Succeeded

Success

The item was successfully transferred.

Viewing Item Details

If you select a flagged or revised item in the list, you can view the “Flagged” reason or “Revised” reason by expanding the banner that displays on the right.

If you select a flagged or ignored item, you can use the Retry button that displays to set the item status to retry. DryvIQ will attempt to transfer the item during the next job run.

For flagged items, you can use the Ignore button that displays to set the item to be ignored on subsequent job runs.

Filtering the List

You can filter the Items list so it displays only items with a certain status, items that were revised for a specific reason, items of a certain file type, items that were flagged in a specific category, or items using a specific feature. You can also filter the list to show only files or only folders. Each filter option provides a secondary filter list that allows you to select a specific filter value. Select a filter below to view the available values.

Available Values:

  • Succeeded

  • Revised

  • Retrying

  • Flagged

  • Pending

  • Ignored

Available Values:

  • Sanitized/Truncated

  • Compressed/Converted

  • Account/Group Unmapped

Available Values:

  • Folders

  • Files

Available Values:

  • Audio

  • Documents

  • Executables

  • Images

  • Movies

  • Other

  • Temporary

  • Windows

Available Values:

See Transfer Audit Categories below for a list of the values available for the Category filter.

Exporting the Report

Using the Export this report link to have the results exported to a csv file for review. The following information is included in the export.

Column Header

Description

Column Header

Description

Transferred on

Date the item was transferred

Status

Current status of the item. Note that the export uses the API Status values and not the status values from the user interface. See Understanding the Status above for more information. 

Item Type

Identifies the item as a file or directory

Direction

The transfer direction for the item

Source ID

Item ID on the source platform

Source Name

Item name on the source platform. Names can vary between the source and destination due to name revisions that occur during transfer to accommodate naming restrictions of the destination platform. 

Source Path

Item path on the source platform

Source Bytes

Byte size of the item on the source

Source Version

Number of versions on the source

Source Hash

Hash value on the source platform

Source Exists

Identifies if the item exists on the source platform

Destination ID

Item ID on the destination platform

Destination Name

Item name on the destination platform. Names can vary between the source and destination due to name revisions that occur during transfer to accommodate naming restrictions of the destination platform.

Destination Path

Item path on the destination platform

Destination Bytes

Byte size of the item on the destination 

Destination Version

Number of versions on the destination

Destination Hash

Hash value on the destination platform

Destination Exists

Identifies if the item exists on the destination platform

Audit Category ID

The audit category ID for the item. See Transfer Audit Category below for more information.

Audit Category Name

The description for the audit category. See Transfer Audit Category below for more information.

Flagged

Indicates if the item was flagged during transfer

Retried

Identifies the number of time the item was retried. 

Job ID

The ID assigned to the job

Job Name

The name of the job

Last Failure Level

Identifies the most recent failure level for the item 

Last Failure Type

Identifies the type of failure

Last Failure Message

Description for the failure type

Last Failure Recorded On

Date the failure last occurred

Embedded Links

If link detection was enabled for the job, the number of embedded links identified for the item.

Counts will not always match exactly depending on links are added to worksheet cell. If the links are added to multiple cells at the same time, DryvIQ read the link as one link shared across cells. In this instance, all shared links count as one link. If the links are added to multiple cells separately (one at a time), DryvIQ counts each cell as separate. In this instance, each link is counted individually.

Processing Status

Identifies how the file was revised. “None” indicates no revision was required.

Microsoft Excel has a maximum limit of 1,048,576 rows. When opening the export file, Excel will display a message to warn you if your file exceeds the maximum supported rows, and the excess content will not be displayed. Refer to Microsoft’s Excel specifications and limits for more information.  

Transfer Audit Categories 

Transfer Audit Category Description

Description

ID

Transfer Audit Category Description

Description

ID

Access Failures

"Files and folders that have failed due to access failures."

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Access Rule Import Failures

"Failure importing access rule."

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Access Rule Warnings

"Unable to apply permissions due to an incompatible or unsupported access rule."

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Conflict Failures

"Files that have failed due to unresolved conflicts."

Conflict Warnings

"Files that have a conflict copy created."

Connectivity Failure

"Files and folders that have failed due to connectivity issues with the platform provider."

Conventions Skipped

"Convention skipped due to an convention mapping failure."

Duplicate Item Failures

"Files and folders that have failed because the platform does not allow duplicate names."

Invalid Item Failures

"Files and folders that are invalid in the platform provider."

IO Failures

"Files and folders that have failed for IO reasons."

Item Locked Failures

"Item Locked Failures"

Item Locked Warnings

"Files that have warnings when locked or unlocked."

Item Not Found Failures

"Files and folders that have failed because they were not found in the platform provider."

License Failures

"Files and folders that have failed due an unlicensed product feature."

Permission Failures

"Files and folders that have failed because the authorized account does not have permission to access the resource."

Policy Failures

"Files and folders that have failed for violating a policy imposed by the platform provider."

Property Value Import Failures

"Failure importing property values."

Property Value Import Warnings

"Property Value Import Warnings"

Property Value Warnings

"Unable to transfer property values due to an invalid property map."

Restricted Content Skipped

"Files that were skipped due to restricted content."

Security Identifier Warnings

"Unable to apply permissions due to an invalid user or group."

Unknown Failures

"Files and folders that have failed for unknown reasons."

 


Items Report Using the REST API

List all Items

Use the following call to list all items for all jobs.

List all Items for a job

List all files and folders for a specific job

List Items by Parent Folder

For a given job, this call returns all items within a folder.

List Items for a Job by Status 

Statuses for REST API calls include:

  • none[0]: No remediation flag has been applied to the item.

  • success[1]: Item was moved successfully with no modifications by DryvIQ.

  • skipped: Item was skipped due to a policy configuration defined in your job such as Large Item Policy or Duplicate Name Policy.

  • processed[2]: Item was reviewed and changed by DryvIQ during transfer. See processed statuses section below for further details.

  • remediation: DryvIQ could not transfer the item and it was flagged for manual remediation. This is the status you would use to get all flagged items.

  • retry: DryvIQ could not transfer the item and flagged it for retry. Default retry attempts is set to 3.

  • pending: Item has not finished transferring to the destination. If a job is paused or canceled, an item could go to a pending status as well.

 

List Items by Processed Status

Processed status means the item was reviewed and changed by DryvIQ during transfer.

Processed statuses include:

  • none: No processing has occurred on the item.

  • filtered: Item was filtered by DryvIQ to meet Job Filter configurations defined in your job (Job Filters).

  • skipped: Item was skipped due to a policy configuration defined in your job such as Large Item Policy or Duplicate Name Policy.

  • truncated: Item was modified by DryvIQ to conform to the destination platform requirements such as Segment Transformation Policy.

  • converted: Item was compressed into a zip file by DryvIQ because the item is not supported on the destination (Restricted Content).

  • conflict_copy: A copy of the item was created due to the policy configuration defined in your job (Conflict Policy).

  • access_rules: Permissions were applied to an item (Permissions Import).

  • metadata: Metadata was applied to an item (Metadata Import).

  • unmapped: DryvIQ was not able to map permissions or owner of the item.

 

List Items for a Job by Transfer Audit Category

  • Failed: Indicates the job audit log has captured one or more error entries.

  • Warning: Indicates the job audit log has captured one or more warning entries.

List all audit categories

List all items for a specific job and category

Get items for a Job formatted as CSV

All of the previous parameters can be added to this URL.

List all items for a specific job in .csv format

Example Response

 

 

 

DryvIQ Migrate Version: 5.6.1.4136
Release Date: February 9, 2024