// jobs/myJobs.ts
client.defineJob({
  id: "my-job",
  ...
});

// someFile.ts
...
const runs = await client.getRuns("my-job");
...

The runs are returned with the newest first. You can pass in a cursor to get more.

Parameters

jobId
string
required

The Job ID you want to get runs for

cursor
string

You can use this to get more runs, if there are more than are returned in a single batch.

take
number
default: 20

How many runs you want to return in one go, max 50.

Returns

runs
Run[]

The runs

id
string | undefined

The id of the run

status
RunStatus | undefined

The status of the run. Can be one of the following: PENDING, CANCELED, SUCCESS, QUEUED, WAITING_ON_CONNECTIONS, PREPROCESSING, STARTED, FAILURE, TIMED_OUT, ABORTED

startedAt
Date | undefined

The time the run started

completedAt
Date | undefined

The time the run completed

nextCursor
string | undefined

If there are more runs, you can use this to get them

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