Object Schedules

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You can create schedules for pipeline, release, application process, and microservice process runs by creating a one time or recurring schedule—for example, daily or weekly.

View Current Schedules

To view current schedules for a specific object, navigate to it, click the green Run button, and select Schedules : either the schedule list displays or the message There are no scheduled <object type>. Add one +. For example, the release below has two schedules. The columns on the schedule list varies based on the type of object. The image below shows the schedule list for a release object, EC Reporting Plugins.

From here, you can manage individual schedules: view details, edit, enable and disable. Additionally, you can initiate an unscheduled run.

Create or Modify a Schedule

  1. From the object list, click the green Run button, and select Schedules :

    • If there are no schedules, you are prompted with There are no scheduled <object type>. Add one +.

    • If some schedules exist, the schedule list displays. From there, click Add+ in the upper right corner of the list. The Run Schedule dialog opens.

  2. Proceed as follows:

    1. Create a schedule: On the Run Schedule dialog, select Create new…​ for a new schedule, or select from Previous Runs…​ (and then select a previous schedule) to copy a schedule.

    2. Modify a schedule: Click the edit object icon for the desired schedule.

      The New Run Schedule dialog displays.

  3. Create or modify the schedule.

    1. Dialog for new schedules

    2. Dialog for existing schedules:

      1

      Add the schedule name. This name must be unique among schedules for that object.

      2

      Click to enable this schedule.

      3

      Select your timezone.

      4

      Select the frequency type.

      • Once

      • Every Day

      • Days of the Week

      • Days of the Month

      5

      • Configure recurrence information. This dialog varies with the frequency type selected.

      • Select misfire policy.

  4. Click Next when you are finished configuring the schedule. A object-specific dialog displays, based on the type of object for which you created the schedule. Some object types require additional configuration before proceeding.

    1. Pipelines and releases: configure stages and parameters

    2. Applications: specify process, environment, snapshot, artifacts, contains, and parameters

    3. Microservices: specify process, environment, and configure snapshots and parameters

  5. Complete the configuration, as required, and click OK.