The following reconciliation reports are supported by Nuclei Firehose:
- Reconciliation Daily
- Reconciliation Weekly
- Reconciliation Monthly
Reports are distributed via email with report data attached in CSV format.
Daily reconciliation reports are sent daily at 7:00 AM EST.
Weekly reconciliation reports are sent every Monday at 7:00 AM EST.
Monthly reconciliation reports are sent on the first day of the month at 7:00 AM EST.
The following summary information is included with each report instance (email body):
- Report Name
- Source Data
- Start Date
- End Date
- Total Events
- Archived Events
- Unarchived Events
The following event metadata is included within each reconciliation report instance:
The name of report instance. (Reconciliation Daily, Weekly, or Monthly)
This describes all event sources included in the report.
This is the start datetime for all data included in the report.
This is the end datetime for all data included in the report.
This is the total number of events within the reporting period.
This is the total number of archived events within the reporting period.
This is the total number of unarchived events within the reporting period.
This is your customer ID.
This is the ID of the data source feed.
Global event ID within Nuclei Firehose.
This is the unique ID assigned to the event by the downstream archiving integration.
This is the start datetime for the related event.
This is the state of the event within Nuclei Firehose. Valid states include:
- New, successfully ingested event.
- Empty event (no content), with nothing to archive.
- Event successfully packaged for archiving.
- Event packaging for archiving failed.
- Event archived successfully.
- Event archiving failed.
- Event submitted to archive (unknown or pending archive state)
This is the name of the source network for the event.
This is a summary of the unique participants IDs that were included in the event.
This the unique ID of the event from the source system.
This it the type of the event within the source system.
This is the unique ID of a thread of related events from the source system.
This indicates if speech to text processing was used on the related event.
For more information on the reporting capabilities of Nuclei Firehose, please contact our support team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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