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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-11-20T05:47:54Z by MolumaTresa
MolumaTresa
MolumaTresa
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Pinned topic Failed to schedule rules for Everyday in IA 9.1

‏2013-11-14T11:51:52Z |

hi,

I  tried to schedule the rules for "EveryDay" but found that rule is not getting executed

The setting set was

Case1:

StartDate:11/13/2013  Time: 13:00:00

EndDate : 11/15/2013 Time : 14:00:00

Frequency : EveryDay

No:of instances : 0

status: rule did not execute it just remains in the scheduled status

 

Case2:

StartDate:11/13/2013  Time: 13:00:00

EndDate : 11/15/2013 Time : 14:00:00

Frequency : EveryDay

No:of instances : 1

status: rule did not execute it just remains in the scheduled status

 

Case 3 :So I tried with settings

StartDate:11/13/2013  Time: 13:00:00

EndDate : 11/15/2013 Time : 14:00:00

Frequency : custom( And in the edit option chose "wednesday,Thursday,Friday)

No:of instances : 0

Status: found that rule got executed on 11/13/2013 but it remains getting executed for "N" no:of times so i had to stop the job manuallay

 

Case 4:So I tried with settings

StartDate:11/13/2013  Time: 13:00:00

EndDate : 11/15/2013 Time : 14:00:00

Frequency : custom( And in the edit option chose "wednesday,Thursday,Friday)

No:of instances : 1

Status: Rule got executed just for "11/13/2013" and not for any other day

 

Also I have attached the scrrenshots of what I have explained above.

So can anyone tell me the setting I need to set so as to run the rules for "EveryDay".. Itz very urgent

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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  • smithha
    smithha
    162 Posts

    Re: Failed to schedule rules for Everyday in IA 9.1

    ‏2013-11-14T15:41:52Z  

    Hi,

    I see some similar behavior in not starting a scheduled task in my own IA 9.1 environment.  I recommend that you contact IBM Technical Support in this case.

    Harald

  • smithha
    smithha
    162 Posts

    Re: Failed to schedule rules for Everyday in IA 9.1

    ‏2013-11-14T17:32:39Z  
    • smithha
    • ‏2013-11-14T15:41:52Z

    Hi,

    I see some similar behavior in not starting a scheduled task in my own IA 9.1 environment.  I recommend that you contact IBM Technical Support in this case.

    Harald

    Just as a followup, I tried out an Hourly schedule on a specified rule to continue for a 4 hour timeframe.  I set the schedule to start roughly 5 minutes ahead of current clock time and expected to see an initial run then.  The schedule did not appear to start at that hour, but has consistently run each and every subsequent hour.  It looks like it may start counting the interval selected from the schedule start time rather than starting it's first run at the scheduled start time.

  • smithha
    smithha
    162 Posts

    Re: Failed to schedule rules for Everyday in IA 9.1

    ‏2013-11-15T17:53:20Z  
    • smithha
    • ‏2013-11-14T17:32:39Z

    Just as a followup, I tried out an Hourly schedule on a specified rule to continue for a 4 hour timeframe.  I set the schedule to start roughly 5 minutes ahead of current clock time and expected to see an initial run then.  The schedule did not appear to start at that hour, but has consistently run each and every subsequent hour.  It looks like it may start counting the interval selected from the schedule start time rather than starting it's first run at the scheduled start time.

    I was able to get a Daily schedule to start at a desired time by backdating the Schedule Start to 24 hours before the desired start time.  It appears to match what I found with the Hourly schedule - the interval (hourly, daily) starts at the Schedule Start time and executes for the first time at the completion of that interval.  By backdating the schedule start, it appears to consider the initial interval complete at the appropriate and desired time.

    Hope that helps.

  • MolumaTresa
    MolumaTresa
    23 Posts

    Re: Failed to schedule rules for Everyday in IA 9.1

    ‏2013-11-20T05:47:54Z  
    • smithha
    • ‏2013-11-15T17:53:20Z

    I was able to get a Daily schedule to start at a desired time by backdating the Schedule Start to 24 hours before the desired start time.  It appears to match what I found with the Hourly schedule - the interval (hourly, daily) starts at the Schedule Start time and executes for the first time at the completion of that interval.  By backdating the schedule start, it appears to consider the initial interval complete at the appropriate and desired time.

    Hope that helps.

    Hi smithha,

    Thank you so much.. This solution worked for me too...