Process Manager Calendars
Process Manager uses calendars to define the dates in a time event, which can be used to determine when a job runs or a flow triggers. Calendars are defined independently of jobs and flows so that they can be associated with multiple events.
Process Manager uses calendars to create time events to initiate an action at a particular date and time. The time event consists of the date and time to trigger the event, and the duration in which the event is valid. The calendar provides the date specification for the time event.
You create Process Manager calendars using the Calendar Editor.
Process Manager uses three types of calendars:
Those that consist of one or more specific dates
Those that consist of an expression that resolves to a series of dates
Those that combine other calendars to create complex expressions that resolve to a series of dates. These calendars can use logical operations within the calendar definition.
Each type of calendar definition can resolve to one or more dates.
About system calendars
System calendars are calendars that are predefined or created by your Process Manager administrator. These calendars are owned by the virtual user “Sys” and can be referenced by any user. Only the Process Manager administrator can create or delete system calendars.
Process Manager includes a number of predefined system calendars that you can use without having to define them. In addition to the following list, your Process Manager administrator may define other system calendars for your use. The following is a list of the system calendars that are ready for your use:
Types of Calendars
*The Holidays calendar is predefined with Process Manager. However, it must be edited by a Process Manager administrator to update the holidays for your company for each year.