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Execution Time

If you wish to Automatically execute the data transfer job, a starting and ending date can be entered here. The job will automatically be run in the background in the entered time frame and/or from the starting date.

By selecting the time zone, you will define which time zone is referred to for the points in time shown in the dialog for automatic execution (From and Until), as well as for the scheduler rule.

With the Standard Rule setting, the time and frequency of the execution time can be entered. When using this, the scheduler rule in the lower part of the dialog will be automatically refreshed.

Selecting the Manual Rule setting allows a Scheduler Rule to be manually entered. Because there are a virtually unlimited amount of possible rules, it is not possible to enter every desired rule via the standard dialog. With the Multiple manual rules option, an edit field will be shown, in which you can enter more complex rules.

Information about the construction of these rules can be found at

The detailed description of CronTrigger expressions can be found at (CronTrigger class).

Select the Standard Rule option to show the additional settings in the dialog.

When using automatic execution, enter the time at which the data transfer will be executed with a job. Define the execution interval, either daily, weekly, or monthly, at which the job will begin. Depending on whether you select a daily, weekly, or monthly execution, the dialog's appearance will differ.

When selecting the Daily setting, in the every ... days field, enter after how many days the job should be repeated.

With the Weekly setting, enter in the every ... weeks field after how many weeks the job should be repeated. A weekday must also be entered. Without entering the weekday, the job will not be run.

With the Monthly setting, in the every ... months field, enter after how many months the job should be repeated. You must additionally enter the day on which the execution will be repeated. In this, the entry can be made as a number (first, second, third day, etc.), or as a weekday (first Monday of the month, second Saturday of the month, etc.). Without this entry, the job will not be run.

Processes - dynamically determined Rule

With a dynamically determined rule, system values can be consulted for the execution time. The value can be a Request, User, or Session value that stems from the Processing context or a System data group. The following will be entered to the Name field for this type of rule: In the lower area of the dialog, define whether an error should be output to the logfile if the dynamically determined execution time lies in the past or returns the value NULL.