Provider - Schedule
Description - The Schedule Configuration allows the administrator to create a task and schedule it for execution by the iSM.
Runtime Class - com.iwaysoftware.eclipse.template.ScheduleProviderType
|If set, this scheduled item is active.
|Service Manager command to be scheduled for execution. See "help ..." for help on a specific command.
|Command to be executed after the task's Duration Timer has expired.
|Length of time that the task will run prior to the Dependent Command. The format of duration [in seconds] is in the form [xxh][xxm]xx[s]; for example 04h30m45, which creates a duration of 4 hours, 30 minutes, and 45 seconds.
|If task requires a different user authentication; enter the user with correct authentication.
|Enter the password for the alternate user.
|Name of the Calendar Provider to use for this schedule; if missing the default Calendar Provider is used.
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|If set, then the days checked in the Calendar Provider's calendar are skipped.
|Select minutes within the hour to run the task (minutes not checked will be skipped). For example, to schedule a task to run every minute of the hour check all of the minutes; to schedule a task to run every 15 minutes click 0, 15, 30 and 45 minute check boxes.
|Select hours within the day to run the task (hours not checked will be skipped). For example, to schedule a task to run every hour of the day.
|Select month within the year to run the task (months not checked will be skipped). For example, to schedule a task to run every month check all the months; to schedule a task to only run in January check the Jan checkbox.
|Select day(s) of the week to run (days not checked and not implied by Day of Month will be skipped). Weekday and Day of Month are cumulative. For example, every Wednesday AND the 15th of the month.
|Days of Month
|Select days within the month to run the task (days not checked and not implied by Weekday will be skipped). Days of Week and Days of Month are cumulative. For example, every Wednesday AND the 15th of the month.
* - denotes required