Schedule_000 Schedule

You choose scheduling through the drop down box.

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There are 6 different choices for scheduling:

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  • Execute. Type of execution.
  • Date. The actual date the action will run.
  • Daily frequency. If the action will run once or many times that actual date. (In this case only once).
  • Time. The actual time the action will run for the specific date.

(In the example below, the action is scheduled to run on 2019-06-11, at the time 8:15 a.m.)

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Daily frequency has 4 different options:

  1. One. Only one specific time.
  2. Every hour. Every x hours. X hours is defined in the “Every” textbox.
  3. Every minute. Every x minutes. X minutes is defined in the “Every” textbox.
  4. Every second. Every x seconds. X seconds is defined in the “Every” textbox.

When choosing a choice other than “Once”, two text boxes will appear, where you can define between which times the action can be executed. If nothing is stated in these text boxes, the action will run all day.

(In the example below, the action is scheduled to run on 2019-06-11, every 3 hours, between 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.)

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Daily execution means that the action will run every X day. X is defined in the text box “Every”.

With “Daily” execution also gives you the opportunity to tell between which dates the action should be executed. If you leave these blank, the action will be executed forever.

See also Daily frequency

(In the example below, the action will execute every day at 8:15 am between 2019-04-01 to 2020-09-30.)

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Flow_086 Weekly

Weekly execution means that the action will run every X week. X is defined in the text box “Every”.

With “Weekly” execution also gives you the opportunity to tell between which dates the action should be executed. If you leave these blank, the action will be executed forever.

For “Weekly” you also have the option of selecting specific days during the week that the action is to be run.

See also Daily frequency

(In this example, the action will be executed every two weeks on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 08-15 a.m. between 2019-04-01 to 2020-09-30)

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Flow_087 Monthly

Monthly execution means that the action will run every X month. X is defined in the text box “Every”.

With “Monthly” execution also gives you the opportunity to tell between which dates the action should be executed. If you leave these blank, the action will be executed forever.

With “Monthly” there is an extra choice, “Specific week in month”. If “Specific week in month” has the value “None” you get even one more field, “Day”. With Day you decide witch day in the month the action will execute.

See also Daily frequency

(In the example below, the action is scheduled on the 13th of every month at 8:15 am.)

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Specific week in month

Specific week in month has several values ​​to choose from for monthly driving. Except for “None” there are:

  1. First. First week in month.
  2. Second. Second week in month.
  3. Third. Third week in month.
  4. Fourth. Fourth week in month.
  5. Last. Last week in month.

If you have selected one of the above, the weekdays are also shown, here you also have to choose which week day or week days the action is to be executed.

(In the example below, the action is scheduled every four hours, between 7:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, the third week of each month between the dates of January 1, 2015 and December 20, 2006)

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Flow_088 Yearly

Yearly execution means that the action will run every X Years. X is defined in the text box “Every”.

With “Yearly” execution also gives you the opportunity to tell between which dates the action should be executed. If you leave these blank, the action will be executed forever.

With yearly execution, you also have the choice to choose a specific day during the year in which the action is to be run.

(In the example below, the action will be executed on June 15 at 8:15 am. every year.)

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By manual execution is meant that the action can only be run manually or triggered by another system from outside.

The action is executed manually by opening the action and clicking the “Execute” button

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