Check your deployment status

After you deploy your actions, you can check the status in the Deployment history tab.

  1. Go to the Google Actions API page in the Google API Manager.
  2. Open the Deployment history tab.
  3. Check the Status column for the deployment status:

Deployment states

Learn more about what your deployment status means and how you can update it.

  • Under Review: When you submit a new deployment, it goes through an approval process. Reviewers test your actions and verify that you haven't violated any policies. You will receive an email once a review has been completed telling you whether your deployment was approved or not.

  • Denied: An unapproved status means that your deployment was denied. You should receive an email explaining why your deployment was denied. You can also click Why? next to the Unnaproved status in the console to see the rationale for the denial.
  • Deployed: An approved deployment that is active and being served to users. Note that you can undeploy a deployed version at any point from the console.
  • Undeployed: An approved deployment that is not currently active and is not being served to users. Note that you can deploy an undeployed version at any point from the console without going through review (since it has already been approved).
  • Deploying and Undeploying: Deployment and undeployment take some time to take effect. These intermediate states reflect that your actions are either transitioning from undeployed to deployed, or vice versa.
  • Unhealthy: Google will regularly send a request to the endpoint of your MAIN intent, and check that we get an appropriate response. If we detect that your endpoint has gone down or is unresponsive, we will temporarily stop serving your actions to users.

    In this case, you will receive an email informing you that your endpoint is unhealthy, and we will also show an Unhealthy status. As soon as we detect that your endpoint is responsive again, we will resume serving your actions to users. You will receive an email if this happens, and your deployment’s status should return to Deployed.

  • Taken down: Google may take down your actions if we detect a policy violation after deployment. You will receive an email if this happens, and you will also see a banner in the developer console informing you that your actions have been takendown. You can click Why? to see the rationale, and to see your options for either fixing the policy violation or appealing the decision. Note that some takedowns are final, and cannot be appealed or revoked.