Manage system tasks
See System tasks.
The System tasks page appears displaying a list of system tasks with the following details:
If the task is active or inactive
Current interval in which the system task executes
Due date and time
From the System tasks table, select a task.
The Edit system task dialog box is displayed.
To modify the
Interval in which to
execute the task, enter the values in days, hours and/or minutes.
The system executes the task at the defined interval.
For some tasks such as Job Scheduling, you can change the date and
time of task execution.
- Select Use start time.
Enter the values using the Calendar and Time Picker.
When you specify the start time, the system task first executes at the start time and the next execution depends on the interval set.
Operating time (start and
end time) in hours and/or minutes to optimize the use of resources for high
priority work during critical times of the day. You can combine the operating
time with the system task interval to calculate the next due date for the
system task to execute.
When you use start time and also set an operating time, the time portion of the start time is the first portion of the operating time. For example, if the start time is 06/09/2017 @ 14:08 and the operating time is 18:00 - 20:00, then the start time of the task will be 06/09/2017 @ 18:00.
If the date and time combined is in the past, an error appears.
If no time period is defined, the next due date for a system task is calculated using the active indicator and the system task interval.
- To deactivate a task, clear Active.
- Click Save.
- Click Refresh to get the latest details for System tasks.
- Click Cancel to close the dialog box.