How does this info on background job schedule mean?

Hi,
I have a flat file load which will take hours to load. I therefore schedule it as a background load with a job name. Within 5 mins the scheduled job shows as FINISHED in SM37. I checked in “Monitor” and there is no information on my load.
How can I see the current status of my flat file load?
Thanks

Hi
I verified the Monitor date and it is correct… Today.
No, it is not a process chain.
The file is located on a server and therefore, I set it up as “Application Server” instead of “Workstation” in the Infopackage.
Are you suggesting that when in SM37 the status is FINISHED, it meant the flat file load completed? It could not be, because it could not have finished that fast. It is a huge file that is why I got an error previously and the system recommended that it be loaded as a background file.
Thanks

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