To create a new job configuration
Enter information into the fields as follows:
Name —Type a name you choose for the job configuration.
Procedure —Displays the current project and procedure. Click Change to use the pop-up menu to select a new project/procedure.
Depending on the Project and Procedure you selected, a set of Parameters is displayed. Enter all parameter values or just the required values if differentiated.
Use the drop-down menu to select the priority for this run procedure. Available priorities are: low, normal (default), high, or highest.
You can select the job’s priority here, on Run Procedure web page, or when you schedule the procedure to run at a regular time or interval. When a job is launched, its priority cannot be changed.
Priorities take effect when two or more job steps in different jobs are waiting for the same resource. When the resource is available, it will be used by the job step that belongs to the job with the highest priority. If the priority level is the same, the resource will be used by the job step that belongs to the job with the lowest job ID number. If the job steps are in the same job, the resource will be used first by the step with the lowest job step ID number.
If using ectool, the priority can be set by passing
|To raise the job priority level above "normal," the user who launches the procedure must have execute permission on the system-level access control list for priorities.|
Click one of the three "radio" buttons to determine the default login user to use when the configuration is run.
Use pre-defined credential—If you select this option, CloudBees Flow looks for a credential first in the top-level procedure and then in its project. If it finds a credential, it uses the login from that credential as the default for the job. If there is no credential in either place, by default, the job’s steps run as the user under which the agent for the step is running.
Use specific credential—If you select this option, you can choose a particular credential from those defined for the project containing the procedure —the login user from that credential is used as the default for the job.
Use a specific user—If you select this option, you can enter a login name. When the configuration is run, you will be asked to enter the password for that account. The specified login will be used as the default for the job.
For more information on credentials and user impersonation, see the Credentials and User Impersonation Help topic.
Click OK when all selections are complete. Return to the Home page to see your new job configuration displayed.