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Task History

Task History

The task history presents a complete listing of tasks, which are a history of changes to an environment, for up to six months. Tasks are listed whether initiated by a user or programmatically. You can page through a list of tasks spanning multiple pages by clicking on the navigation buttons at the bottom right of the page or you can type a page number to go directly to a specific page. You can filter the tasks in the list by a date range.

The task Status column has an icon and explanatory text of whether the task is Complete, Running, Queued, Error. For tasks in which the note field is valued, a note icon appears in the Notes column; hover over the note icon and the note appears as a tooltip.

  1. Type or select From and To dates.
  2. Click Icon: calendar to select using the calendar.
  3. Click Filter to filter the task history by the selected date.
  4. Click Export to export the task history as a spreadsheet file.
  5. Click Icon: Resource alerts to page back.
  6. Click Icon: Resource alerts to page forward.
  7. Type a page number to jump to a specific page.

Note:  You can click on each column header to sort either in ascending or descending order.