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SuperScheduler Menus and Windows


Menu Commands

Schedule Doer: Displays the Scheduler Panel with Doer capacity.

Schedule Talker: Displays the Scheduler Panel with Talker capacity.

History: Displays the History Table Panel. The Choose History Panel will pop up first for you to specify a history period.

History (log): is similar to History, but the information comes from log facility.

Future View: Displays the Schedule View Panel and the Future Chart Panel. The Period Panel and Select Task Panel will pop up first.

DoerTalker: Displays the DoerTalker Table Panel.

Holiday: Displays the Holiday Table Panel.

Task Database: Displays the Direct Task Database Connection Panel.

Preference: Displays the Preference Panel.

About: Shows version number and license information.

 


Activity Chart Panel

This panel shows working task activity in graphic mode.

Print: Prints this chart on printer. 

 

Activity Tabbed Panel

The title of this panel is Activity. It shows activities of working tasks. 

This panel hosts two panels: the Activity Table Panel and the Activity Chart Panel. They show the same information, but in different modes: text mode and graphic mode.

Old working tasks will not be shown after reaching the Max display number on Activity Panel. See the Preference Panel for more information. 

 

Activity Table Panel

This panel shows run time activities of tasks (working tasks). 

There are buttons on the toolbar:

Detail: Displays History Task Panel to show detailed information.

Kill: Kills the highlighted task. If the working task is not running on the JVM, set status as Lost. See Working Task for more information.

The main part of this panel is a table:

Name: The names of a tasks.

Real host: The machine on which the task was executed.

Working status: The working statuses of tasks.

Last activity: The times of the last activities. They can be last run times, or the times missed tasks were detected.

Schedule term: Term summary information about tasks.

Last result: The results of task executions. 

Group: The group of the task.

 

Add Holiday Set Panel

This panel allows you to specify the name for a new Holiday Set.

Name: The name for the new holiday set.

 

Advanced Panel

This panel allows you to set advanced attributes for task terms.

Holiday/Weekend Rollover: This allows you to set the holiday and weekend policy for the task. 

Holiday set: The holiday set which is used for this task. Note: By default, there is only one holiday set (no-name set) and this ComboBox will not show. If you want to use multiple holiday sets, see Holidays sets, holiday rules and holidays for details.
If the date of the task is on the weekend or a holiday, the task will run with the following options:
Note: Holiday policies may be disabled if there is a conflict between data. For example, if a task is set to run on every Sunday, the weekend policy should be The same day only: other options would be logically incorrect.

Task Effective Period: This allows you to specify an expiration date and time for the task. If a task is out of this period, the task will not start and its status will be Inactive. Note: tasks are not eligible to run after expiration time. Tasks are eligible to run on that time.

Year: The year of the expiration time.
Month: The month of the expiration time.
Day: The day of the expiration time.
Hour: The hour of the expiration time.
Minute: The minute of the expiration time.
Calendar: Open Calendar Panel to show a calendar for you to choose a date.

 

Choose History Panel

This panel allows you to choose the type of history information. 

Activity: The historical working task information. Click Ok, the History Table Panel will appear.

Log: The historical log information about schedule and major task events. Click Ok, the Log Table Panel will appear.

The lower part of this panel is a Period Panel.

The main differences between History Panels and Log Panels are:

 

Command Parameter Panel

This panel is for both Operating System job and Java job. The difference of them: you do not need to type "java" for Java jobs.

Command: The command and optional parameters. It MUST be a full name with absolute path, if it is not on the PATH when Acelet-Scheduler starts. It is recommended to use full name with absolute path, even it is on the PATH.

Example for a Java command:

-classpath superee.jar com.acelet.s.scheduler.TestJava

Environment: The environment variable-value pairs, delimited by comma (",") for both Unix and Windows. This is for Java job and Operating System job only. If you leave this field empty, the job inherits the environment settings of the Acelet-Scheduler. 

Examples:

Unix: CLASSPATH=/home/me/abc.jar, PATH=/home/abc:/home/xyz
Windows: CLASSPATH=c:\mydir\abc.jar, PATH=c:\abc;d:\xyz

Note: The environment variables are for sub-process only. You can not expect the system to use the PATH specified here for finding your executive file. It is recommended that the command must be a full name with absolute path.

Working Directory: The directory to start the job. This is for Java job and Operating System job only. It must be a valid operating system file directory. If this field is empty, the job inherits the current working directory.

Browse: Displays a File Chooser window for you to choose the working directory.

Note 1: If the command is a script file on Unix, the first line of the script must specifies the shell program, for example:

#!/bin/sh

Note 2: Redirect input, redirect output or pipe are not supported. If you need them, please writer a simple script file (either sh or bat file) to do so inside your script file. Then specify your script file as a Command here.

Note 3: If the command is not s simple command, it is recommended to use a script instead.

 

Direct Task Database Connection Panel

This panel allows you to specify task database parameters. SuperScheduler uses these parameters to connect to the task database directly. 

This panel will pop up automatically when it is necessary.

This is an administrator tool. Do not change those parameters unless it is absolutely necessary. If you do need to change those parameters, please work with your database administrator to set these parameters.

Note: If you change it to different database, you need to put the new driver file on the CLASSPATH when you start Acelet-Scheduler. See Environment Variables for details.

Driver: The task database JDBC driver name. The class or jar file must be on the CLASSPATH.  See Environment variables for more information.

URL: The task database URL.

User: The task database user name. If you use default database, do not change the User. If you use other database, the User is assigned by your database administrator. You can not create a new user from this panel.

Password: The password for the User. This is the password associated with User already set in the log database. You can not create new password from this panel. Password can not be empty.

Remember user name and password: Check this if you want the User and Password be saved. This is to remember user name and password for this panel only. Other panels may provide similar facilities. Note: User and Password are saved as plain text. If you have security concerns, please leave password empty. See Security guideline for logins for more information.

Ok: Connects to the task database and saves parameters. If the new connection is successful, it takes effect immediately. If the new connection fails, it will not affect the current connection.

Cancel: Closes this panel without doing anything.

Note: If you want to specify query timeout, you need to do it on Preference Panel.

Note: If you use other database, the database JDBC driver classes must be on the CLASSPATH. See Environment variables for more information.

 

DoerTalker Table Panel

This panel shows all Doers and Talkers working on the task database. 

Task database: The task database URL and login name.

Name: Doer name or Talk name. It is machine name plus word "Doer" or "Talker". Note: This panel shows one Doer or Talker running on that machine. It does not show the number of instances of Doers or Talkers running on that machine.

Last heartbeat time: The time for the last heartbeat. Note 1: if the time is very resent, that means the Doer or Talker is running. If the time was more than interval before, that Doer or Talker is not running. Note 2: The data shown here is a snapshot.

Delete: Deletes the highlighted item. If the doer or talker is alive, a new record will show up later (no auto-fresh).

Email Parameter Panel

This panel allows you to specify parameters for email job.

From: The email address of the sender.

To: The email addresses of the recipients.

CC: The CC email addresses.

BCC: The BCC email addresses.

Subject: The subject of the email.

Attachment: The attachment file name. Note: if this is specified, this email job may be machine dependent.

Text: The email text body.

Note: Email addresses are comma, semicolon or space delimited email addresses. It can contain more than one address.

 

Entitlement Panel

This panel allows you to specify Entitlement.

Role: The role.

Entitlement: The operation entitled to.

Entitlement Admin Login Panel

This panel allows you to login as the administrator for the role based entitlement management. The administrator has privilege to insert and update related tables in the task database.

User name: The name for the administrator.

Password: The password.

 

Entitlement Table Panel

This panel lists all entitlements.

Edit: Brings Entitlement Panel for you to edit.

Delete: Deletes the selected entitlement item.

Add: Adds a new entitlement by opening a new Entitlement Panel.

Close: Closes this panel and remembers the size and layout of this panel.

Role: The role.

Entitlement: The operation entitled to.

 

Ftp Parameter Panel

This panel allows you to specify parameters for FTP tasks. This is a simplified FTP: only supports two operations: get and put.

Host: The host machine name.

Command: The command for this FTP. 

Remote file: The name for remote file. The name can not be empty.

Local file: The name for local file. The name can not be empty.

File type: The type of the file: ASCII or Binary. If it is ASCII and FTP cross Unix and Windows, the line separator will be converted automatically.

User name: The user name when you log in to the host (FTP server).

Password: The password. The password does not show literally. But it is stored in the task database as plain text, which should be protected by database security.

 

Future Chart Panel

This panel shows the time table of scheduled future tasks as a chart. When you move your mouse to a symbol and stay there for a second, the scheduled time will show as an information-tip text.

Note: If a task does not have any scheduled execution in the time period, the task will not show on this panel.

Print: Prints this chart to a printer.

Close: Closes this panel.

 

Future View Panel

This panel shows the time table of scheduled future tasks in text mode. 

Name: The name of the task.

Time: The list of all scheduled times of the selected future task in the time period .

Show chart: Displays the Future Chart Panel to show the same information in graphic mode.

 

Generate Holidays Panel

This panel allows you to specify the year for which holidays will be generated from holiday rules.

Year: The year for which new holidays will be generate from the holiday rules.

Ok: Generate holidays and close this panel. New holidays will be displayed on Holiday Table Panel.


History Panel

This panel shows you history information.

Export: Export history information to a file.

Preview: Shows history information.


History Table Panel

This panel shows schedule and task historical information. 

Detail: Shows History Task Panel for highlighted item.

Name: Task name.

Real host: The machine on which the task was executed.

Working status: The status of the task execution.

Last activity: The last activity time.

Last run time: The execution time of the task.

Term: The schedule term.

Last result: The result text from the execution.

Detail: Displays History Task Panel to show detailed information of the highlighted line.

Close: Closes this panel.

 

History Task Panel

This panel shows history information of running tasks. This is a read-only panel. 

See History Table Panel for the differences between the History Task Panel and the Log Task Panel.

Name: Task name.

Real host: The machine on which the task was executed.

Working status: The status of the execution.

Schedule term: The schedule term.

Start Time: The start time of the task.

End Time: The end time of the task.

Job: The job of the task.

Result: The result text from the execution.

Close: Closes this panel.

Note: Some information may depend on Working status. For example, if it is Task started, the Result is not available, because the result has not been produced yet at that time.

 

Holiday Organizer Pane

This pane consists of Holiday Set Panel, Holiday Rule Table Panel and Holiday Table Panel. There is a movable divider between Holiday Rule Table Panel and Holiday Table Panel.

When you choose a holiday set, the corresponding holiday rules will be shown on the Holiday Rule Table Panel and the corresponding holidays will be shown on the Holiday Table Panel. When the holiday set is changed, the two table panel will be refreshed.

 

Holiday Panel

This panel allows you to specify holiday information.

Year: Four digits year.

Month: The month.

Day: The day.

Calendar: Displays a GUI calendar window for choosing a date.

 

Holiday Rule Panel

Holiday Rule Panel allows you to specify information about holiday rule.

 

Holiday Rule Table Panel

Holiday Rule table Panel shows the holiday rules.

Add: Displays the Holiday Rule Panel for you to add a holiday rule.

Edit: Displays the Holiday Rule Panel for you to edit a holiday rule.

Delete: Deletes the highlighted holiday rule.

Import: Open a FileChooser window for you to choose a holiday rule data file (in XML format). The holidays in the data file will be imported to this panel.

Export: Open a FileChooser window for you to choose a file for exporting holiday rules which are shown on this panel.

 

Holiday Set Panel

This panel allows you to manage holiday sets. Note: By default, you just use one holiday set (no-name set) and this panel will not show. If you want to use multiple holiday sets, see Holidays sets, holiday rules and holidays for details.

Holiday set: Displays the selected holiday set.

Add: Opens Add Holiday Set Panel for you to specify the name of the new holiday set.

Delete: Deletes the selected holiday set (the one is displayed on the Holiday set).

Rename: Opens Rename Holiday Set Panel for you to specify the new name.

 

Holiday Table Panel

This panel shows the holidays.

Add: Displays the Holiday Panel for you to add a holiday.

Edit: Displays the Holiday Panel for you to edit a holiday.

Delete: Deletes the highlighted holiday.

Import: Open a FileChooser window for you to choose a holiday data file (in XML format). The holidays in the data file will be imported to this panel.

Export: Open a FileChooser window for you to choose a file for exporting holidays which are shown on this panel.

 

Install Task License Panel

This panel allows you to install task license.

License in database: The existing, if any, license in the task database.

License in file: The coming license in the file.

 

Install Windows Service Panel

This panel allows you to install SuperScheduler or SuperWatchdog daemon as a Windows Service.

Dependencies: Dependency services. It is a comma separated existing names of Windows Service.

 

Log Table Panel

This panel shows schedule and task historical information. The information comes from the log database.

See History Table Panel for the differences between the History Table Panel and the Log Table Panel.

Detail: Displays Log Task Panel to show detailed information of the highlighted line.

Name: Task name.

Logger: The machine which logged this event.

Working status: The status of the execution.

Term: The schedule term.

Time: The execution time of the task.

Job: The job of the task.

Other: One of creator, result or error text.

Close: Closes this panel.

Note: Some information may depend on Working status. For example, if it is Task started, the Result is not available, because the result has not been produced yet at that time.

 

Log Task Panel

This panel shows history information of running tasks. This is a read-only panel. 

See History Table Panel for the differences between the History Task Panel and the Log Task Panel.

Name: Task name.

Logger: The machine on which the task was executed.

Working status: The status of the execution.

Schedule term: The schedule term.

Time: The execution time of the task.

Job: The job of the task.

Status: The status of the task.

Desired Host: the desired machine for running the task. Empty means the task can run on any machine.

Creator: The creator or modifier of the task. This is for Task modified events only.

Result: The result text from the execution. This may or may not be available, depending on the Log includes result of Preference. This is for all Tasks events except Task modified event.

Close: Closes this panel.

Note: Some information may depend on Working status. For example, if it is Task started, the Result is not available, because the result has not been produced yet at that time.

 

Member Task List Panel

This panel allows you to manage a Sequence job or Retry job. See Sequence jobs and Retry job for more information. Sequence jobs and Retry jobs run by their own schedule, ignore member task's schedule terms.

Member tasks: Lists all member tasks you have chosen.

Add: Displays the Task Name List Panel for you to choose a new member. The new member will be added at the end.

Delete: Deletes the highlighted member.

Up: Moves the highlighted item up one position.

Down: Moves the highlighted item down one position.

 

Organizer Panel

This panel shows summary information about tasks. This is the Task Organizer.

There are two groups of buttons on the toolbar. The first group is related to the selected item, while the second group is for the panel. There is a wider space between these two groups.

Edit: Edits the highlighted task to modify its parameters by opening the Task Panel. It also can activate a suspended task to restore it to active.  To restore it back to active, click on the Edit button and click the Ok button on the Task Panel.

Delete: Deletes the highlighted task. If the task is executed at that moment, the executed process will not be affected. But all future schedule of the task is canceled immediately. The task will be removed permanently.

Activate: Brings the task to be active.

Suspend: Halts the task. If the task is executed at that moment, the executed process will not be affected. But all future schedules of the task are canceled immediately. The task will NOT be removed.

Run: Runs the highlighted task immediately once. Actually, it is a request to run the task immediately. A Doer or Daemon will pick up the task.

Export: Writes the highlighted task to a file.

Add: Adds a new task by opening the Task Panel.

Refresh: Re-reads everything from task database and re-paints this panel. This button is for manually refresh. Usually you do not need to refresh this panel manually: the panel automatically refreshes itself if anything is changed. 

Import: Reads and adds a task from a file.

Close: Closes this window.

 

Preference Panel

This panel allows you to specify preferences for the SuperScheduler. The values are stored in the task database, not on the local machine, so all Doers, Talkers and Daemons who use the same task database share the same preference values. New values take effect immediately unless stated otherwise.

Interval: The interval, in seconds, between two refreshes. Note: new value will take effect in old interval plus new interval: if the old interval was 5 and new interval is 10, the change will be effective in 15 seconds.

Extra interval for Gateway mode: The extra interval for Gateway mode. Gateway is slower than native mode. This extra interval is needed to make SuperScheduler more stable. The actual interval is the regular interval plus this. The Native mode will ignore this extra interval.

Max display number on Activity Panel: The maximum number of task records to be displayed on the Activity Panel. Note: this is a suggested number. SuperScheduler may "round it up" to a convenient value.

Working task retire time: The retire time for working tasks records. Old records will be deleted regularly. 

Query timeout: The SQL query timeout for task database.

Log includes result: Check this if you want SuperScheduler to log event with the last result. The last result is the output of the task. The last result, sometimes, may be very long. Leave it unchecked if you do not want to see the last result be part of log message.

LogAgent timeout: The timeout for log messages through LogAgent, in seconds. New value will not take effect until the SuperScheduler restarts.

Scheduling mode: The mode to start scheduling. 

If you choose Immediately, under the following conditions, SuperScheduler may report missed tasks not the way you think. 
SuperScheduler checks tasks at the beginning of each minute regularly. Under the above condition, SuperScheduler starts a temporary thread to check tasks immediately at start up time, for example at 59 seconds. A regular checking thread starts at the beginning of the next minute. The two thread work at the same time independently. One of the threads reports a missed task and update the task. The other thread may not know.

Minimum duration: The minimum duration for a task. SuperScheduler update the task database when a task starts and ends. If the duration of the task is too short, the updating procedures may compete with each other. With a minimum duration, the system will be more stable. It is recommended that the minimum duration equals or greater than query timeout.

Log history timeout: The timeout when select log history, in seconds.

Maximum heartbeat miss: The maximum allowed number of heartbeat miss in a row. If the number of missed heartbeat is small than this, SuperScheduler will ignore the miss. When the missed heartbeat is more than this, an exception will be thrown once. No exception for future heartbeat miss. When there is one good heartbeat, the count for missed heartbeat will reset to zero.

SuperScheduler and SuperWatchdog share some of the values of Prefrence.


Reboot Remote Unix Machine Parameter Panel
This panel allows you to specify parameters for Reboot remote UNIX machine job.

Host: The name of the remote machine to be rebooted.

User: The name of the user who has the privilege to reboot the machine.

Password: The password of the User.

Reboot command: The command to reboot the machine.

 

Rename Holiday Set Panel

This panel allows you to rename the holiday set.

Holiday set name: The new name for the holiday set.

 

Role Panel

This panel allows you to specify Role for Entitlement.

Name: The name of the user.

Role: The role of the user.

 

Role Table Panel

This panel lists all roles.

Edit: Brings Role Panel for you to edit.

Delete: Deletes the selected role item.

Add: Adds a new role by opening a new Role Panel.

Close: Closes this panel and remembers the size and layout of this panel.

Name: The user name.

Role: The role.

Note: if there is no role defined (this table is empty), that implicitly means you are not interested in role based entitlement. In that case, no entitlement will be imposed.

 

Scheduler Panel

This is the main panel of SuperScheduler. The menu bar is on the top. The top panel is the Organizer (Organizer Panel) and the bottom summary panel is the Activity (Activity Tabbed Panel).

The title of the window shows the mode, either Doer or Talker. There are some visible differences between Doer and Talker:

 

Scp Parameter Panel

This panel allows you to specify parameters for scp (Secure copy) tasks. Scp task is an SSH2 implementation with:

SCP Command: The SCP command and options. The syntax is the same as command line scp: 

scp [-P port] file1  [user@]host:file2
scp [-P port] [user@]host:file2 file1

Example for a command:

scp myfile admin@123.45.67.8:/home/abc/tmp

which will copy myfile to remote host 123.45.67.8 to directory /home/abc/tmp. Note: the word "scp" can be omitted.

Host can be a hostname or IP address.

Password: The password. The password does not show literally. But it is stored in the task database as plain text, which should be protected by database security.

Note: support local file to remote or remote file to local. Do not support remote to remote.

Tips: Try your SCP command on a console of your operating systems. When it works, copy/paste here.

 

Select Holiday Panel

This panel allows you to select holidays for importing. The main part of this panel is a table showing all available holidays.

Add: Adds (imports) highlighted holidays to SuperScheduler.

Close: Closes this panel.

 

Select Holiday Rule Panel

This panel allows you to select holiday rules for importing. The main part of this panel is a table showing all available holiday rules.

Add: Adds (imports) highlighted holiday rules to SuperScheduler.

Close: Closes this panel.

 

Select Task Panel

This panel allows you to select tasks for viewing future schedule.

Name: The name of tasks.

Select All: Check this radio button if you want to select all names. Un-check this if you want to select or de-select individuals.

Note: If you have a task which runs very frequently and you want to view it for a long period, it may take a while before you get the result.

 

Set Job Panel

This panel allows you to choose the job for a task.

Job Type: The type of the job.

Job: Brief information about the defined job. This field is not editable.

Define: Defines detailed information about the job. When you click on this button, the corresponding panel will appear to allow you to specify detailed information. Note: For imported data, such as saved Workflow data, SuperScheduler will save a private copy of the job file in task database and run the private copy. The original file will not be needed for execution. If you modify the original file, the changes will not be carried to the scheduled tasks automatically.

Duration: The expected time required for executing this job. If this is not specified or the value is zero, this item is ignored: the expected execution time will be for ever.  If actual execution time exceeds this value, an alarm email will be sent (the task will not be terminated). The subject of the alarm email will be: 

SuperScheduler: Task exceeds duration: <task name>

Kill if exceeds duration: Check this if you want the job be killed if it runs longer than expected duration.

Ok: Keeps the changes and closes this panel. 

Cancel: Cancels the changes and closes this panel.

 

Set Term Panel

This panel allows you to specify a schedule term. See information on SuperScheduler Term.

Repeating: The repeating nature of the terms. Choose one of the following values:

Other parts of this panel depend on Repeating. When you change Repeating, the corresponding GUI part will appear.

Start time: The start time of the term. 

Every: The interval for the frequency.

On day: This is for Monthly for specifying which day of the month to run the task. If you specify 29 - 31, the task will run in the moths which contain that day. If you choose Last day, it will be scheduled on the last day of the month.

Minutes, Hours, Monthdays, Months and Weekdays: These small panels are for At specified times. Each item is selected if its background color is black and is unselected if its background color is white. Default: all items are selected. Repeating with At specified times uses the Unix (POSIX) cron compatible feature to set term.

All other parts of this panel is self-explanatory.

Advanced: Opens the Advanced Panel for you  to specify advanced attributes for the term. If any of the advanced attributes is set, there will be a '*' on this button.

 

Ssh Parameter Panel

This panel allows you to specify parameters for ssh (Secure SHell) tasks. Ssh task is an SSH2 implementation with:

SSH Command: The SSH command and options. The syntax is the same as command line ssh, but simplified:

ssh [-p port]  user@host the_command

Example for a command:

ssh admin@123.45.67.8 ls -l

which will list the directory for remote host 123.45.67.8. Note: the word "ssh" can be omitted.

Host can be a hostname or IP address.

Password: The password. The password does not show literally. But it is stored in the task database as plain text, which should be protected by database security.

Note 1: The ssh facility here is a one-time stateless service, is not interactive. Parameter the command can not be omitted. 

Note 2: If the SSH Command is not s simple command, it is recommended to use a script instead.

Tips: Try your SSH command on a console of your operating systems. When it works, copy/paste here.

 

Shutdown Acelet-Scheduler Panel

This panel allows you to specify the description for the task.

Description: The description. Any text will do.

Task Name List Panel

This panel shows all available atomic tasks which are eligible for composite tasks as member tasks. 

To be eligible, a task must:

Highlight a name and click on the the Ok button. The selected name will be added on you Member Task List Panel.

 

Task Panel

This panel allows you to specify Tasks.

Name: The name of this task. It must be a unique name.

Job: The target job. It shows brief information about the job. This field is not editable, please use the Browse button next to it to set the job.

Set job: Displays the Set Job Panel for specifying the job. 

Schedule term: Shows brief information about the term. Please use the Set Term button to set the term. This field is not editable. 

Set term: Displays the Set Term Panel for specifying the schedule term.

Status: Shows the status of the task. The status is set by the system. This field is not editable. 

Desired host: The desired computer which runs this task. If you leave it empty, any computer can run this task. If you specified a name, then only the named computer can run the task. It can be many names delimited by commas (","). All names here are equal and the order is not important. You can put spaces around commas for easy reading. 

Description: This is an optional field for your convenience.

Comments: This is an optional field for your convenience.

Creator: Shows the user who creates or modifies this task. This field is not editable.

Alarm Email: The email address to send alarm email for this task. See Alert email and Alarm email  for more information. If this address is not set, there will be no alarm email for this task. Note: Mail Server must be set. See the Mail Server Panel from the main menu > System > Mail Server for related information. 

Modified at: Shows the last modification time of this task. This field is not editable.

Ok: Closes this panel and saves all specified information. The Status will be set to be Active, if there is no error.

Cancel: Cancels changes and closes this panel.

If the Status is Error or Suspended, when you click on the Ok button, SuperScheduler will re-check all input values. The Status will be set to be Active, if there is no error.

 

Task Table Panel

This panel allows you to select a task for the action.

Ok: Chooses the highlighted task and closes this panel.

Cancel: Closes this panel without choosing any one.

 

Test Panel

This panel allows you to specify text for the test task.

Test Description: The description for the test. Any text will do.

 

Webpage Parameter Panel

URL: The URL (address) of the destination webpage with or without BASIC <auth-method> setting. It must be a full URL, including protocol, for example, http.

User name: The user name for the URL, if the URL requires user authentication. Note: When a brief information of the job is shown, an non-empty user name will be shown as *.

Password: The password for the User name, if the URL requires user authentication. Note: the password does not show literally on this panel. When it is saved, it is saved as plain text into the task database and protected by the password of the task database. When a brief information of the job is shown, an non-empty password will be shown as *.

Send data to host class name: The full class name for SendDataToHost interface implementation.

Data: The data string. It is for POST method of the destination webpage.

 


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