Schedule field descriptions

You can use the following fields to define a schedule.

Field Description
Available Restricted Roles A list of all restricted roles not yet permitted to modify the schedule.
Calendar Name A calendar for defining when to run the schedule. IBM® Sterling Control Center Monitor ships with a number of calendars from which to choose; or you can add your own.
Check Schedule Against When Event Occurred (Rules Schedule) Check this option to use the time that the event occurs to determine whether rule conditions are met. This option is automatically checked when you create a new rule. Uncheck to use engine time to determine whether rule conditions are met.
Description Text describing the schedule.
Enabled Select to enable the schedule.
End Day (Rules Schedule) The day on which the schedule ends. Select from the following options: Calendar Start Day or Start Day + 1-6 days.
End Time (Rules Schedule) The time to end the schedule. Enter the time in 24-hour format. If you specify a start time, you must also supply an end time. The start time and end time cannot be the same time. If start time is later than end time, the schedule spans two days.
Minimum Duration (SLC Duration Schedule) The minimum duration processing normally takes.
Maximum Duration (SLC Duration Schedule) The maximum duration processing normally takes.
Name A name for the schedule.
Normal End Range End Day (SLC Calendar Schedule) The day on which the schedule ends. Ranges from calendar start day to calendar start day plus six days.
Normal End Range End Time (NERe) (SLC Calendar Schedule) The end of a time range that defines when processing normally ends for a monitored item, in 24-hour format. NER end time cannot be the same time as start time. If the start time is later than the end time, NER spans two days.
Normal End Range Start Time (NERs) (SLC Calendar Schedule) The start of a time range that defines when processing normally ends for a monitored item, in 24-hour format. NER end time cannot be the same time as start time. If the start time is later than the end time, NER spans two days.
Normal Start Range End Time (NSRe) (SLC Calendar Schedule) The end of a time range when processing normally starts for a monitored item, expressed in 24-hour format. NSR end time cannot be the same time as start time. If the start time is later than the end time, NSR spans two days.
Normal Start Range Start Time (NSRs) (SLC Calendar Schedule) The beginning of a time range when processing normally starts for a monitored item, in 24-hour format.
Selected Restricted Roles The restricted roles permitted to modify the schedule. Unrestricted roles already have permission to modify schedules.
Schedule Type Type of Schedule. For a rule schedule, the type is always Calendar. An SLC schedule can be a Calendar or Duration schedule.
Start Time (Rules Schedule) The time to begin the schedule. Enter the time according to the time zone you selected and in 24-hour format. If you specify a start time you must also supply an end time. The start time and end time cannot be the same. If the start time is later than the end time, the schedule spans two days.
Time Zone The time zone to use for the SLC, rule, or schedule. Select a time zone from the pull-down menu. This field also shows the difference between the time zone and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC, also known as Greenwich Mean Time). Arizona has its own time zone, because Arizona does not recognize Daylight Saving Time.
This schedule is visible to all users When selected, this option makes the schedule public and available for selection by all users. Once a public schedule is referenced by any other object, you cannot make it private by restricting visibility to specific roles/users.
This schedule is visible to restricted users in these Selected Restricted Roles When restricted roles are selected, this option allows only restricted users in the selected roles to view/select/edit the schedule.