|Caché Auto Tasks for users that don't have security access to Caché Task Manager||Ralph Crawford||2/5/12 1:10 PM|
Many Caché users are not allowed security access to the Caché Task
Manager, but they need to run automated background jobs. This utility
allows users to schedule and run any job at their secuity level, just
like they could manually from the Caché prompt in a terminal window.
|Re: Caché Auto Tasks for users that don't have security access to Caché Task Manager||Ralph Crawford||3/2/12 3:15 PM|
The Background Task Utility has been updated with many new features:
* Automated auditing for all runs - easy drop down list by date/time
to show all output from the selected run for the selected task and
whether or not there were any runtime errors when the background
task ran. As before a failed compile is not launched. So with this
feature users are free to have their programs write status output
which is captured for later display.
* The Scheduling Web Page now operates by toggle in "Edit Mode"
or "Watch Mode". In "Watch Mode" tasks are shown with a default
sort by Process ID. Clicking on a column heading of Task Name,
Repeat Time, Next Run Time, or Process ID resets the default
sort to the selected column. Auto refresh for "Watch Mode" is
* Email notification option if background process does not complete
within user specified timeout.
* As before, operation and security is based on Cache ID. No user
interferes with another user.
> - Ralph