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The status bar is the header at the top of your export and import screens that shows you the status of your file.


Following is a brief description of each of the items of this header:

You can view the date of the last export or import here.

This tab shows the exact number of changes that occurred since the last import or export. If you click on the number, you will also be able to view the content that was changed. The advanced search panel will appear, displaying the date range within which the changes were made.

The total number of primary content in the file is simply displayed here.

This static number shows the total number of primary contents and their dependencies in file.

This tab lets you see the breakdown of the types of content in your report. The blue bar here signifies the main or primary content and the grey, its dependencies. If you do not see a bar next to a type, it means that type of content is not included in the file.

The example below shows that the selected content contains the most primary reports, and some dependencies in the form of data sources and views.


Yellowfin scans your information to check if any data is broken or missing and sends warnings if it is. The number of such warnings will be shown in this tab.



You can then look for alert icons in the content list (under the Alerts column) to see where a dependency is missing or data is broken. There are two types of alerts Yellowfin will notify you of:

  • Red alerts – These appear when the content is broken, i.e. an important dependency is missing which is required for your content to function properly. Hover your cursor over this icon to see a quick message that lets you know what exactly is missing.



  • Yellow alerts – The yellow alerts appear as light warnings, to notify you of any missing trivial dependencies.





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