The Schedules page allows you to run workspaces at specific times in the future on a repeating or non-repeating basis.
A request to run a workspace at a scheduled time is called a task. Each entry in the Schedules table represents a scheduled task. When a task is completed, its entry is removed from the table when the page is refreshed.
From the Schedules page, you can:
- Add a Scheduled Task
- Test a Workspace Initiated by a Schedule
- View Jobs Triggered by a Schedule
- Modify a Scheduled Task Request
- Enable or Disable Scheduled Tasks
- Remove a Scheduled Task
The columns displayed in the Schedules table are:
Name: The user-defined name of the task
Category: The user-defined name of the general category or group to which the task belongs
Start Time: The time at which the task is scheduled to start, using the following syntax:
End Time: The time at which the task is to end. The time displays as N/A if the task does not end, or using the following syntax:
Recurrence: The frequency of the task. Recurrence displays as, Never (if the task occurs only once), a Cron expression, or the recurrence interval, whichever is specified.
Note: cron expressions display according to the time zone of the FME Server that is running the task. All other times display in your local time zone.
Workspace: The workspace that runs the request.
Status: The current status of the task.
- Enabled (green checkmark): it will run at the next scheduled time.
- Disabled (red circle with x): the task has been paused.
Owner: The user who created the schedule owns it and has full permissions on it.
Share with Others(icon): To share a schedule, click the Share with Others icon. Through sharing, you can grant levels of permissions on an item to other users. You can share an item if you own it, or if you are a user with Manage permission in Security, such as an administrator. For more information about sharing and ownership, see Role-Based and User-Based Access Control.