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  1. Preface
  2. The Application Integration Console
  3. Process Server Configuration
  4. Deployed Assets
  5. Process Schedules
  6. Processes
  7. Process Server Health
  8. Process Metrics
  9. Connections
  10. Guides
  11. Logs

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Process Schedules

Process Schedules

A BPEL process may be created to perform routine maintenance or another recurring task. If desired, you can deploy the process and then set a schedule to run it, such as weekly or on a specific day of the month. You can set a fine-grained schedule (intraday, seconds), if desired.
The following image shows the Process Schedules page:
A Process Schedule page that shows one scheduled process.
The following table describes information you'll see on this page.
Field
Explanation
Enabled
A checkmark next to a schedule name indicates the process is enabled for execution
Name
Descriptive name of the schedule. For example, use the process name, with or without other descriptive details
Service Name
A service from the
Service Definitions
list. Select the Service Name to view the service definition. Hover help displays the process name associated with the service.
Last Status
Execution state of the active process, such as Completed or Running. Select the Status to view the Active Process Details page. Hover help displays the Process Id.
Last Execution
Date and time of the last process execution, if any
Next Execution
Date and time of the next scheduled execution, if the schedule is enabled
In a clustered environment, one of the nodes acts as a scheduling master at any time. Scheduled processes are elected to run only on the schedule master node. The schedule node is elected based on the server that starts up first. Only if there is a drop in the Secure Agent cluster communications do other nodes choose to get elected as the schedule master. Also Process Server does not maintain a history of the execution of scheduled processes.
To create a scheduled process, click the
Create Schedule
link at the top of the page. Process Server displays a dialog box that is described in
Creating a New Process Schedule
.
See also
Managing and Modifying Execution Schedules
.