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  2. Introducing Administrator
  3. Organizations
  4. Licenses
  5. Ecosystem single sign-on
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  7. Metering
  8. Source control and service upgrade settings
  9. Users and user groups
  10. User roles
  11. Permissions
  12. Runtime environments
  13. Serverless runtime environments
  14. Secure Agent services
  15. Secure Agent installation
  16. Schedules
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Repeat frequency

Repeat frequency

The repeat frequency determines how often tasks run. The following table describes the repeat frequency options:
Option
Description
Does not repeat
Tasks run as scheduled and do not repeat.
Every N minutes
Tasks run on an interval based on a specified number of minutes. You can configure the following options:
  • Repeat frequency. Select a frequency in minutes. Options are 5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 45.
  • Days. Days of the week when you want tasks to run. You can select one or more days of the week.
  • Time range. Hours of the day when you want tasks to start. Select All Day or configure a time range. You can configure a time range between 00:00-23:55.
  • Repeat option. The range of days when you want tasks to run. You can select Repeat Indefinitely or configure an end date and time.
Hourly
Tasks run on an hourly interval based on the start time of the schedule.
You can configure the following options:
  • Repeat frequency. Select a frequency in hours. Options are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12.
  • Days. Days of the week when you want tasks to run. You can select one or more days of the week.
  • Time range. Hours of the day when you want tasks to start. Select All Day or configure a time range. You can configure a time range between 00:00-23:55.
  • Repeat option. The range of days when you want tasks to run. You can select Repeat Indefinitely or configure an end date and time.
Daily
Tasks run daily at the start time configured for the schedule.
You can configure the following options:
  • Repeat frequency. The frequency at which you want tasks to run. Select Every Day or Every Weekday.
  • Repeat option. The range of days when you want tasks to run. You can select Repeat Indefinitely or configure an end date and time.
Weekly
Tasks run on a weekly interval based on the start time of the schedule.
You can configure the following options:
  • Days. Days of the week when you want tasks to run. You can select one or more days of the week.
  • Repeat option. The range of days when you want tasks to run. You can select Repeat Indefinitely or configure an end date and time.
If you do not specify a day, the schedule runs regularly on the same day of the week as the start date.
Biweekly
Tasks run every two weeks based on the start time of the schedule.
You can configure the following options:
  • Days. Days of the week when you want tasks to run. You can select one or more days of the week. You must select at least one day.
  • Repeat option. The range of days when you want tasks to run. You can select Repeat Indefinitely or configure an end date and time.
If you configure a biweekly schedule to start at 5 p.m. on a Tuesday and run tasks every two weeks on Mondays, the schedule begins running tasks on the following Monday.
Monthly
Tasks run on a monthly interval based on the start time of the schedule.
You can configure the following options:
  • Day. Day of the month when you want tasks to run. You can configure one of the following options:
    - Select the exact date of the month, between 1-28. If you want the task to run on days later in the month, use the <n> <day of the week> option.
    - Select the <n> <day of the week>. Options for <n> include First, Second, Third, Fourth, and Last. Options for <day of the week> includes Day, and Sunday-Saturday.
    Tip: With the Day option, you can configure tasks to run on the First Day or the Last Day of the month.
  • Repeat option. The range of days when you want tasks to run. You can select Repeat Indefinitely or configure an end date and time.


Updated October 29, 2020