The naming and graphical representation of a set of objects participating in a synchronization process is known as a topology. The synchronization flow(s) in a topology are grouped and depicted as pipelines. A topology can consist of one or more synchronization pipelines. Pipelines are auto-generated when the topology is created. You cannot manually create your own pipelines.
An example of a topology with a single auto-generated pipeline is shown below:
An example of a topology with multiple auto-generated pipelines is shown below:
The pipeline ID is required for a variety of scenarios. A few examples are shown below.
Replaying messages from a dead letter queue
Running an upload from command line
Locating connector logs associated with the pipeline
You can find the pipeline ID using the vdsconfig command line utility with the
list-topologies command. The
"pipelinesIdentifiers" property returns the pipeline ID. An example is shown below.
You can find the pipeline ID from the Main Control Panel > Global Sync tab.
Select the topology and hover over the name property of the pipeline. An example is shown below.