Can you please let me know if anybody have an idea
what are the options we need to configure when we are triggering the data based on last modified date.
I have no idea what this question is really about, could you provide some more information and if you are unsure what kind of information you should provide in order to get a good answer then please see this document: Creating Questions and Discussions .
Basically we need to know more, and specific, not only what you are trying to accomplish but what kind of integration this is and to what system.
Sorry for the confusion,
My requirement is i need to push the data from 15th april to till date to the downstream systems, as per my knowledge i have modified last modified date as 2016041515000 (yyyy-mm-dd, hh-min-sec), when i tried this way data has not been pushed. Here my question is in Edit Process Properties apart from modify last modified date do i need to mention any conditions or only modifications on last modified data is sufficient.
screenshot attached please have a look. here i had just modified last modified date nothing else to push/trigger the data.
What data are you pushing? Is this in a process, or if not then where? Your specified dateTime format "(yyyy-mm-dd, hh-min-sec)" does not correspond to your acctual value (2016041515000) if that has anything to say?
Please ingnore i have given wrong date and time format (yyyy-mm-dd, hh-min-sec), correct format is following (2016041515000,
and i'm trying to push the data in Production.
my question is: I need to push the data from 15th april to till date in production, for that i just modified last modified date as 2016041515000. and i executed manually. but when tried this way it wasn't work. is this the correct way have i did wrong.
Hi Murali... Ideally the answer is yes, if you change the process property value through the Deployed Processes link(via Atom Management) the new value will be considered during your execution (either manually or scheduled). If you think you are not getting the intended results based on the last modified date then its better to check if your process is using the correct process property (LAST_MODIFIED_PL). If it is using the correct process property then try to check if during the course of the flow the value of the LAST_MODIFIED_PL is not changed again. Try to investigate through the process logs, you will get an answer for sure.
Have you seen How to sync records incrementally by Last Modified Date?
I am assuming you are referencing that persisted process property as a parameter in the connector call that queries the source application? In your situation it looks like you are using a "DYNAMIC Process Property" vs. a "Process Property" [component]. Either is fine, just make sure you choose the one you're using as the Parameter Type.
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