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View content deployment job reports and history

 

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2010

Topic Last Modified: 2010-01-15

When a content deployment job runs, a report of the job status and details is created and stored as a historical record of the job. Content job deployment reports contain the following information about job runs:

  • Job name

  • Job description

  • Path

  • Status of the run

  • Errors (number of)

  • Warnings (number of)

  • Source server URL

  • Destination server URL

  • Objects deployed (number of)

  • Compressed content size (in megabytes)

  • Deployment time

  • Start time

  • End time

After a content deployment job runs, you can verify that specific content was deployed, view content deployment job reports, and view a history of all content deployment jobs.

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Use the following procedure to check deployment of specific content.

To check deployment of specific content
  1. Verify that you have the following administrative credentials:

    • You must be a member of the Farm Administrators SharePoint group on the Central Administration server.

  2. On the Central Administration Web site, click General Application Settings.

  3. On the General Application Settings page, in the Content Deployment section, click Check deployment of specific content.

  4. On the Content Deployment Object Status page, in the URL box, type the URL of the specific content you want to check.

  5. Click Check Status.

    The status of the object is reported in the Source Object Details and the Destination Object Details sections.

Use the following procedure to view the current report for a content deployment job.

To view the current content deployment job report
  1. Verify that you have the following administrative credentials:

    • You must be a member of the Farm Administrators SharePoint group on the Central Administration server.

  2. On the Central Administration Web site, in the General Application Settings section, click Configure content deployment paths and jobs.

  3. On the Manage Content Deployment Paths and Jobs page, in the list of jobs, in the Status column, click the item of the job for which you want to view the report. For example, if Failed appears in the status column, click Failed.

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    The items listed in the Status column will vary depending on the job status.

    The Content Deployment Report page opens.

Use the following procedure to view a content deployment job history or a previous job report. A content deployment job history contains information about the job, in addition to a list of historical reports for the job. The historical job reports are reports of previous runs of the content deployment job.

To view a content deployment job history or job report
  1. Verify that you have the following administrative credentials:

    • You must be a member of the Farm Administrators SharePoint group on the Central Administration server.

  2. On the Central Administration Web site, in the General Application Settings section, click Configure content deployment paths and jobs.

  3. On the Manage Content Deployment Paths and Jobs page, in the list of jobs, on the menu for the job for which you want to view the job history, click View History. The Job History page opens.

  4. To view a report for a specific job, on the Job History page, in the Job History list, in the Status column, click the item of the job run for which you want to view the report. For example, if Completed appears in the status column, click Completed.

    noteNote
    The items listed in the Status column will vary depending on the job status.

    The Content Deployment Report page opens.

    noteNote
    The Content Deployment Report page displays only the first 100 errors and warnings. To view the complete report, in the Quick Links section, click Download Report. To view full, verbose logs for the export and import processes, in the Quick Links section, use the path shown for either the export or import report.
  5. To return to the job history, in the Quick Links section, click View Job History.

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