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Filtering and Customizing the Business Scheduler

Depending on the number of items defined in the Business Scheduler, you may find it helpful to filter the display, to customize the display, or both.

Default Display

By default, the Business Scheduler lists all scheduled tasks and displays the following columns of information about those tasks:

  • Status—Indicates the status of the task.

  • Task Description—The short name of the task (generally the name of the recipe or snapshot that the task is based on).

  • Enabled—Indicates whether this task is currently enabled.

  • Type—Indicates the task type: Recipe, Snapshot, or AtScaleCube.

  • Resource Name

  • Resource Status—If the task is running, this indicates the current activity of the task. If the task is not running, this indicates the status of the last run of this task.

  • Exceptions—If the system encountered an error during its most recent task run, this field displays an error message and includes a link to the Workflow Inbox, where you can see the details.

    For example:

    row that displays Resource Status field as ValidatingError and Exceptions field as 1 exception with a link

    See Handling Task Errors.

  • Entity—The entity whose schedule this task uses.

  • Last Run—The date and time when this task was last run.

  • Elapsed—The length of time taken for this task on its last run.

  • Next Run—Indicates when or how the task will next be run. This is either a future date and time or is simply the word Manual (which means that this task is defined to be run manually).

  • Tag—The tag applied to this task.

  • Dependencies—The dependency expression for this task, if any.

Filtering the Display

To filter the display, use the dropdown menus and type-in boxes above the table.

To clear all filters, click the grid icon and then click Clear Filters.

Customizing the Columns

You can customize the columns that the Business Scheduler displays. This customization does not affect other users, and this customization is preserved until you modify it or restore the default set of columns.

To customize the columns:

  1. Click the grid icon and then click Toggle Columns.

    This displays a list of the columns that can be hidden or shown.

  2. Clear or select check boxes in this list, depending on which columns you want to hide or show.

  3. Click anywhere outside of the list to dismiss the list.

To restore the default set of columns, click the grid icon and then click Reset Columns.

See Also

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