You may be curious what the
Last successful update began field is inside your
It shows the start
timestamp (in the timezone set on your account) of the last successful update cycle on your account.
The latest data point for a particular integration is determined by the
Last Data Point Received
timestamp located on the right of each integration. That timestamp refers to the last point at which your data warehouse successfully received data points from that source, whether it be a database, API, or third-party integration.
To check for freshness of data from specific tables, we recommend creating a quick SQL report that performs a
MAX(timestamp) on the most important table on your account. Comparing this timestamp to the
Last Data Point will indicate whether the issue affected the entire account or a subset of the tables. We recommend doing this for three to four important, commonly used tables.
MAX(timestamp)values are more recent than
Last Data Point Received, it means that a subset of the tables were affected, but the overall account’s update cycle is stable.
MAX(timestamp)values are equal to or before
Last Data Point Received, it means that the account’s update cycle was affected. In this situation, submit a support ticket.