The SmartIQ Scheduler is by default a Windows service that checks and executes a collection of jobs due for completion at regular intervals indefinitely until closed. Windows services are registered once on a server, so it supports one SmartIQ environment only.
Scheduled project definitions can be edited from Manage > Management. Select the Definitions button to see a list of all defined scheduled tasks and their next run date and time (if they are a recurring project or scheduled for the future).
From here you can click on the Definition name to edit the definition and view the details of the task run history. When editing a definition you can only change the name and whether the task is enabled or not. If you need to change the run times and/or intervals you will need to delete the task and recreate it.
Disabling a task
If you disable a task it will cease to run. However the scheduler will continue to process the task and update the potential next run time if the task it recurring.
Enabling a task
If you re-enable a task, be careful. Check the next run date in the Definitions list before enabling a task. If the next run date is in the past when you re-enable the task the scheduler will process the task as soon as it next runs. It is best to wait until just after the next time the scheduler is set to run, so a future date is calculate, and then re-enable the task. The task will then run at the future date set.
How often the run date will be recalculated depends on how the scheduler is configured.
Past run dates for which a task was disabled at the run time are not "queued" for future execution when the task is enabled, they are discarded at run time.
Logging scheduler to Windows Event Log
A parameter can be added to the executable call for the scheduler in conjunction with the -console parameter to push the results of the logging to the Windows Event Log.
The parameter is -eventlog
For the service to run in console mode with logging in the Windows Event Log pass the -console parameter and the -eventlog parameter at execution time as in the examples below:
IntelledoxScheduler.exe -console -eventlog
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