SHOW APPLICATIONS command: New UPGRADE_STATUS column

Attention

This behavior change is in the 2024_02 bundle.

For the current status of the bundle, refer to Bundle History.

During installation and upgrade of a Snowflake Native App, a consumer may need to monitor the current status of the installation or upgrade.

Before the change:

The SHOW APPLICATIONS command did not include the upgrade_status column.

After the change:

The SHOW APPLICATIONS command includes the upgrade_status column, which is defined as follows:

Column name

Data type

Description

UPGRADE_STATUS

String

Lists the current status of the installation or upgrade.

Possible values for this column are:

  • INSTALLING: The application object is in the process of being created.

  • INSTALL_FAILED: The creation of the application object failed. The application object remains in the INSTALL_FAILED state until it is dropped. The reason for the failure is listed in the UPGRADE_FAILURE_REASON column, if present.

  • COMPLETE: The setup script successfully completed and the application object was created or upgraded.

  • QUEUED: The application object is queued for upgrade.

  • UPGRADING: The application object is in the process of being upgraded.

  • FAILED: All upgrade attempts failed. The reason for the failure is listed in the UPGRADE_FAILURE_REASON column, if present. The instance remains in the FAILED state until a release directive is updated to point to a different version than the one that the upgrade was targeting, as defined in the TARGET_UPGRADE_VERSION column.

  • QUEUED_RETRY: The instance failed one or more upgrade attempts. The reason for the failure is indicated in UPGRADE_FAILURE_REASON: The instance is queued to perform another upgrade attempt.

  • DISABLED: The application object and its upgrades were disabled. In this state the instance will be inaccessible for consumers, it will not be considered for upgrades and will not block application package version drop. The reason for the failure is listed in the UPGRADE_FAILURE_REASON column, if present.

Ref: 1521