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Report Center Scheduler
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Reports can be run as needed or you can use the Report Center > Scheduler page to add, maintain, and monitor jobs that will generate specified reports at defined times.
Reports generated by scheduled jobs are distributed to recipients by email. As you create jobs, consider whether your email server will be able to handle the size and quantity of the attached files.
Complete reports are also added to the Reporting > Schedule > Review Reports page (added in v8.5.3). (See Reviewing Report Center scheduled reports.)
Access the Scheduler page by:
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Selecting Scheduler from the Reports Center menu.
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(Added in v8.5.3) Selecting the Schedule option from the Report Builder or Transaction Viewer after saving a new report.
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(Added in v8.5.3) Selecting an existing report in the Report Catalog and selecting the Schedule option after navigating to the Report Builder or Transaction Viewer.
Define delegated administrator access to Report Center Scheduler on the Delegated Administration > Edit Roles page. Look for Schedule reports under Access the Report Center.
The Scheduler page lists previously created scheduled jobs and provides basic information about each.
State (Added in v8.5.3)
Indicates whether a job is Enabled (runs according to the defined recurrence pattern) or Disabled (inactive and does not run).
Next Scheduled (Added in v8.5.3)
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Completed (Rescheduled) (added in v8.5.3) (the previous job run completed and the job has been rescheduled)
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Failed (Rescheduled) (added in v8.5.3) (the previous job run failed but the job has been rescheduled)
History (Added in 8.5.3.)
A link to the Job History page. See Scheduled job history for details.
Use the options on the page to manage scheduled jobs.
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Select a job and click Delete to delete a job. Note that, once deleted, a job cannot be restored.
Deleting a job deletes the job history but will not also delete the reports that were generated by that job. The reports remain available for review using Reviewing Report Center scheduled reports.
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(Added in v8.5.3) Select a job and click More to:
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Run Now to run the selected job immediately. This run will be in addition to the regularly scheduled runs.
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Enable a job so that it will be rescheduled as appropriate.
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Disable a job and keep it from being rescheduled but leave it in the job list.
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Click the Refresh button to refresh the information on the page.
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Select Review Reports (added in 8.5.3) to view a list of all of the reports that were created each time a scheduled job ran successfully. See Reviewing Report Center scheduled reports for details.
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Note that the Recurrence column does not provide the sort option. (Removed in v8.5.3)
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Use the paging options (added in v8.5.3) to navigate through the list of jobs.
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Super Administrators can use the View only my jobs option (added in v8.5.3) to view only their jobs. By default, the toggle is off when a Super Administrator opens the page and all jobs are listed. Toggle the switch to On to display jobs owned by the Super Administrator.
The My Jobs values in the upper right of the page indicate the number of jobs you have defined. A maximum of 30 jobs can be added by each administrator.
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