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scheduled background job plan details

Some background jobs need to be triggered on regular bases. This process is managed by the schedule plans.

To view the schedule plan details, you need to:

  1. Log in to the WordFrame Integra Core Administration
  2. Click on the "Architect" tab in the upper left corner
  3. Click on the "Platform monitoring " menu in the main navigation bar
  4. Click on “Schedule plans” link in the "Background jobs" section on the left of the screen
  5. Click on “view” link on the corresponding schedule plan

Schedule plan details

schedule plan id
Description: Unique identifier of this schedule plan
Description: Brief description of the update plan.
Description: The status of the schedule plan. If enabled, the schedule plan will schedule jobs to be executed according to its schedule plan.
schedule starts on
Description: Date when the automatic update plan will start.
schedule ends on
Description:The date on which the schedule plan will stop scheduling background jobs
schedule period
Description:How often jobs will be scheduled
scheduled jobs name
Description: Name of the scheduled job.
scheduled jobs type
Description: Type of the scheduled job.
scheduled by application
Description: Name of the application that created the schedule plan.
plan created on
Description: Date when the plan was created.
plan last modified on
Description: Date when the plan was last modified.
Description: Job’s execution parameters. To review them, click on “view jobs execution parameters” link.
scheduled jobs
Description: A list of already scheduled jobs by this schedule plan. To review it, click on the “already scheduled jobs list”.
last triggered on
Description: Date when the plan was last triggered.
next trigger time
Description: Date when will be the next execution of the plan.
Description: If enabled, an email will be send to the system, each time when the schedule plan starts.
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