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Feed Status tool

The Feed Status tool generates a report of feeds that include errors and/or warnings that Google encountered when processing those feeds. The types and number of reports available in the Feed Status tool depend on your account settings and the frequency with which you send feed updates to Google.

In the filters toolbar, you can filter the report by the possible values in the Status field list:

Status Description
Success The feed contains no errors or warnings; the entire feed was processed.
Warnings The feed contains warnings; part of the feed was processed but it might contain issues that need attention.
Errors The feed contains errors; part of the feed was not processed.
Failure None of the feed was processed.

For more detailed information about the list of possible errors and warnings, see Feed Error Codes.

 

You can check the status of your feed with the Feed Status tool:

  1. In a browser, open Hotel Ads Center.
  2. Select the Tools tab.
  3. In the left-hand navigation, select Feed Status. The Feed Status tool is displayed:

  4. From the filters bar, choose the date range that you want in the report.

  5. Select your preferences from the File Type and Status lists and click Apply Filters. The report is displayed.
  6. To get more information about errors and warnings, including possible remedial actions, click the links in the report table.

The Feed Status tool has the following known issues:

  • For longer messages on small screens, you may not be able to see the Close button. Refreshing the page fixes the issue.
  • You cannot sort the top Date & Time bar; data is sorted by most recent date by default.
  • You cannot filter for just errors/warnings or specific file types.
  • Limited to 1,000 results regardless of date range selected.
  • You cannot download "missing_metadata" messages.
  • Due to storage constraints in the current feed status report version (V1), for pull partners we append all messages received in 1 minute in a single partner result. That said, it may be the case that the tool lists several error codes under one result which may not necessarily be related to the actual transaction message. The transaction message contains all queries and responses messages in the given time frame.

You can also use the Feed Status API to access feed status data.

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