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Let s talk about adding a job schedule to the system This is where the rubber meets the road In order to manage the scheduler server, you still need to log on to a workstation Even with 812 at the time this book was published, you could not perform all of the administration from the HTML client Once you log on to the workstation, the environment does not matter since the scheduler tables are contained in a shared data source, meaning all environments use this data source Go to Task View GH9015 Job Scheduler Once there, double-click on the Scheduler application This will take you into the Work With Scheduled Jobs window (see Figure 12-49)
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FIGURE 12-49 Work With Scheduled Jobs window
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This window shows you the logical name of your scheduled jobs, the report name, version, job status, and other information on your job To add a new job schedule, click the Add button on this window This will take you into the Scheduling Information Add window, shown in Figure 12-50 On this window you will be defining the logical job schedule name, the status, or if it is active or inactive, the UBE, version, and the start date/time Okay, so you have added a logical name for the schedule, the report, and the time Now what if you want to have this job kick off multiple times and not just once Well, this can be done by taking the Recurrence form exit This will take you into the Recurring Scheduling Information Revisions window (see Figure 12-51) On this window you can configure the recurrence of your job This can be by time: daily, weekly, monthly, a period, and even yearly You can also specify a specific end date or end the job recurrence after a certain number of runs Once you click OK on the Recurring Scheduling window, you will be taken back to the Scheduling Information Add window Now you are not quite done setting up your job schedule The thing you need to configure is the advanced options When you click the Advanced Options form exit, you will be taken into the Scheduling Advanced Options window (see Figure 12-52) This window has four tabs These are Launch Overrides, Job Expiration, Job Resubmission, and Batch Application Overrides The options are described in Table 12-12
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FIGURE 12-50 Scheduling Information Add window
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Value Scheduled Environment Scheduled Logical Server Scheduled User
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Description The environment that the scheduled job will run in The application or enterprise server that the job will be run on The EnterpriseOne user under which the scheduler will submit the job The authors recommend that you create a user specifically for the scheduled jobs Because you need to specify a password on this window, if a user changes their password, this can cause issues with the scheduled jobs The role that will be used You can use the *ALL wildcard to use all assigned role permissions for the user The EnterpriseOne password that will be used to run the UBE
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Scheduled User Role Scheduled Password
TABLE 12-14 Scheduling Advanced Options Launch Overrides Tab
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FIGURE 12-51 Recurring Scheduling Information Revisions window The next tab you will look at is the Job Expiration tab This tab contains two radio buttons to control the job expiration, as described in Table 12-15 The next tab is the Job Resubmission tab This tab controls what the system does if the job runs past so many minutes and the actions if the job ends in error
Value Job Never Expires Job Expires After
Description This means that the job will not expire no matter how long it has not run after the scheduled time This is a setting in minutes where the job will expire if it does not launch after the specified number of minutes past the scheduled start time
TABLE 12-15 Scheduling Advanced Options Job Expiration Tab
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