Jobs and Events


Creating a Ping Failed Event

Ping is a network tool that tests whether a host is available and sends a response across an IP network. If the host does not send a response, the ping has failed, and the host may be down. A Ping Failed...

Creating a Check URL Event

A Check URL event monitors a Web server to confirm that the URL is accessible and the server is running. To create a Check URL event, navigate to the folder System > Jobs and Events > Events and...

Changing an Event's Schedule

Overview Once an event has been created, all of its configuration settings can be changed, including the event's schedule, on which the event runs. Customize an event to run on a specific day, hour and...

Allowing a Job to Specify Thread Pool

Overview By default, the job scheduler runs all jobs in the same queue. This means that only one job will run at a time. For example, if Job A is scheduled to run at 5:00 PM and Job B is scheduled to...

Enabling and Disabling Job

Once a schedule job has been added using the Job Schedule dialog, enabling and disabling is available. Retain job schedule settings but stop the job from running by disabling it. To set the job to run...

Enabling and Disabling Events

OVERVIEW After an event has been created, you can stop it from running by disabling it. The event and its configuration details are still available, but the event will not run until it is enabled again. When...

Startup Job

This tutorial demonstrates how to create and use Startup Job in Decisions. Startup Job is a new type of a Job introduced in Decisions 4.1. This Job allows to pick a Flow that is going to run each time...

Interval Job

This tutorial demonstrates how to create and use Interval Job in Decisions. Interval Job is a type of Scheduled Job introduced in Decisions 4.1. It allows to pick a Flow and run it defined number of times...