Genio Scheduler

Reference Manual

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8469-0M Hummingbird Communications Ltd. 1 Sparks Avenue, North York, Ontario, Canada M2H 2W1 Telephone: +1-416-496-2200 Fax: +1-416-733-5825 BBS: +1-416-496-9233 E-mail: getinfo@hummingbird.com Web Site: www.hummingbird.com FTP: ftp.hummingbird.com RESTRICTED RIGHTS LEGEND. Unpublished rights reserved under the copyright laws of the United States. The SOFTWARE is provided with restricted rights. Use, duplications, or disclosure by the U.S. Government is subject to restrictions as set forth in subparagraph (c) (1)(ii) of The Rights in Technical Data and Computer Software clause at DFARS 252.227-7013, subparagraph (c)(1) and (2) (a) (15) of the Commercial Computer Software-Restricted Rights clause at 48 CFR 52.227-19, as applicable, similar clauses in the FAR and NASA FAR Supplement, any successor or similar regulation. Copyright © 1999 Hummingbird Communications Ltd. All rights reserved. Genio Designer, Genio Scheduler, Genio Adminsitration Console, Genio Repository Manager, Genio Engine, Genio Polling, Genio Met@Data, Genio MetaLink for SAP are trendmarks of Hummingbird Communications Ltd. All other copyrights, trademarks, and tradenames are the property of their respective owners. DISCLAIMER. Hummingbird software and documentation has been tested and reviewed. Nevertheless, Hummingbird Communications Ltd. makes no warranty or representation, either express or implied, with respect to the software and documentation included. In no event will Hummingbird Communications Ltd. be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from any defect in the software or documentation included with these products. In particular, Hummingbird Communications Ltd. shall have no liability for any programs or data used with these products, including the cost of recovering such programs or data. Information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Hummingbird Communications Ltd. Not all copyrights pertain to all products. This guide contains proprietary information that is protected by copyright. All rights are reserved. This guide may not be photocopied, reproduced, or translated into another language, in whole or in part, without prior written consent from Hummingbird. This edition published June 1999. Printed in Canada.

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$GPLQLVWUDWLRQ 0DQDJHU 'HVLJQHU 0HW#'DWD. All processes and processing conditions are stored in the current repository. Information in the 6FKHGXOHU often needs to be refreshed. You can launch other applications (i. They are therefore key objects in the 6FKHGXOHU. Processes are the end-line objects in the designing phase. rollbacks. The VFKHGXOHU’s access to all versions of all projects in the repository depends on the rights granted by the administrator.QWURGXFWLRQ The *HQLR 6FKHGXOHU is *HQLR’s exploitation application. The Scheduler only uses objects managed (created or modified) in the 'HVLJQHU. The transition between the designing phase and the scheduling phase is made by the process object.. It enables you to go from populating rules to consistent processing triggered according to a time schedule and integrated in the production chain. events. They allow the populating tasks to be performed. Processes are the raw material for the scheduling phase. It provides planning for both Genio and external processes. message sending. A process is a sequence of processes structured with the following tasks: modules. A process enables you to manage triggering and validation of these tasks. commits.e. H um m in g bi r d -7- G e ni o S c he d u le r . if you have the appropriate user rights) directly from the 6FKHGXOHU.

Tools are contextual. of the communication and execution threads.. . Each view can be accessed by clicking on the corresponding icon. all other tools are specific to the objects you are managing . organized differently.03257$17 0RVW PDQLSXODWLRQV RI SURJUDPV DQG ORJV GHVFULEHG LQ WKH VHFWLRQV EHORZ UHTXLUH WKH 6FKHGXOLQJ VHUYLFH WR EH ODXQFKHG WR EH WDNHQ LQWR DFFRXQW . The Logs component enables you to see the different process executions chronologically grouped according to each process.WHPV LQ WKH 6FKHGXOHU 3URJUDPV &RPSRQHQW /RJV &RPSRQHQW Describes the different objects in the Scheduler window. The Programs component lets you choose and schedule the tasks you want to carry out.). All four icons are shown below: 3URJUDPV /RJV +LVWRU\ 5HDO7LPH $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ &KDSWHU 6WUXFWXUH . It displays the current state of the scheduler. It contains the same information as the Logs component. In other words.. . engine and polling services. The History component enables you to verify the history of all the previous process executions and to view all the process executions scheduled in the future up until a given date.D‡…‚qˆp‡v‚ 8uhƒ‡r…ÃT‡…ˆp‡ˆ…r Processes are managed with scheduling tools. +LVWRU\ &RPSRQHQW 5HDO WLPH DGPLQLVWUDWLRQ The Real-Time Administration component gives an overview of background information. Four different views exist in the Scheduler. they are available (their corresponding tool buttons are highlighted) only if they are useful to what you have selected.I WKLV LV QRW WKH FDVH WKH\ ZLOO EH PHPRUL]HG DQG GLVSOD\HG EXW ZLOO EHFRPH HIIHFWLYH RQO\ DW WKH QH[W VWDUW RI WKH 6FKHGXOLQJ VHUYLFH G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã'à H u m m in g b ir d . Apart from a few tools which are generic (refresh.

This button works like a switch and remains active if you don’t click it again. • 3URMHFWV Projects are the starting point of any Genio processing.8‚prƒ‡ˆhyÃP‰r…‰vr D‡…‚qˆp‡v‚ &RQFHSWXDO 2YHUYLHZ This unit provides planning functions for Genio. • Processes Processes are the main elements of the scheduler programs. They contain all existing objects (folders.. ‡ )ROGHUV Folders are used to group objects together. etc. LWV QDPH LWV FUHDWLRQ GDWH LWV PRGLILFDWLRQ GDWH SRVVLEOH FRPPHQWV LWV H[HFXWLRQ GDWH Program process executions by clicking on the Execute a process directly by clicking on the button. processes. They are used to chain modules. Processes are created in the Designer only. you can only open them to use the objects they contain. It is possible to hide or display the empty folders by clicking on . button. From the process icon. it is possible to: Verify process properties by double-clicking on the process. You can not create projects in the scheduler.). H um m in g bi r d Ã(à G e ni o S c he d u le r . The following chapter describes different objects in the Scheduler window. The scheduler refers to all the projects in the Designer. You can work with folders at every level of your project..

(QJLQH VHUYLFH The service in charge of executing the Genio tasks (processes. ‡ *HQLR WKUHDGV There are two kinds of threads: administrator threads and execution threads. one on each poller. Hosts are displayed in the Real-Time Administration module.D‡…‚qˆp‡v‚ 8‚prƒ‡ˆhyÃP‰r…‰vr ‡ /RJV Logs are lists of process execution descriptions. You can have up to one engine per host. one on each engine). Its purpose is to probe directories to see if one or several files have been created. It is in fact the motor. ‡ *HQLR HYHQWV Events are actions which are capable of triggering process executions. You can have only one scheduler service running on a Genio repository.e. There are three types of Genio services: 3ROOLQJ VHUYLFH A polling service (or poller) is a detection module. modules). There is one administrator thread per *HQLR service ( i. There are several flags for logs: Logs for successfully executed processes Logs for erroneous process executions Logs for forgotten processes Logs for interrupted processes Logs of processes that were not executed because of a non-ready engine ‡ +RVWV Hosts represent the logical presence of a physical network host. one on the VFKHGXOHU. 6FKHGXOHU VHUYLFH The service capable of scheduling all process executions in the future and of logging them for viewing. Threads are seen in the 5HDO7LPH $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ module. They show the Genio hosts that are defined in the Genio Administration Console. ‡ *HQLR VHUYLFHV Services are managed in the Real-Time Administration module. G e n io S c h e d ul er à à H u m m in g b ir d . replaced or removed. Administrator threads order the execution threads. modified. They are triggered by processes. New events can be created with the button. Events are managed in the (YHQW 0DQDJHU which is run with the button.

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These projects may contain one or several folders. These projects are all read in the current *HQLR repository. Under the current root (displayed as the DSN name and the Database type).7KH 3URJUDPV &RPSRQHQW The Programs view is accessed by clicking on the 3URJUDPV YLHZ icon This hierarchical component displays the scheduled processes read in the current repository. depending on whether there were any created in the designer. H um m in g bi r d . there can be one or several *HQLR projects.13 - G e ni o S c he d u le r . All nodes in this view can be expanded or collapsed thanks to the button. displayed. in a structured view.

G e n io S c h e d ul er à #à H u m m in g b ir d . For each project version. these versions will or will not be able to be modified. Depending on the rights granted by the *HQLR administrator (or in the *HQLR $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ &RQVROH). all project versions are shown. that means that you can view them but that you cannot modify them. all the processes are shown: Root project version [folder] [folder] process process version project    +LHUDUFK\ RI WKH 6FKHGXOHU¶V 6WUXFWXUHG 9LHZ process &UHDWLQJ DQG PRGLI\LQJ D SURJUDP Programs are created only on Processes. The program icon changes depending on whether it is active or not. If they are displayed in grey.UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ 8…rh‡vtÃhqÀ‚qvs’vtÃhłt…h€ Inside the project (or in the folders if there are any).

H um m in g bi r d à $à G e ni o S c he d u le r . 7ULJJHUHG E\ DQ HYHQW A process program can be triggered by an event. Click the process. You access the list of folders. If you want to program a list of dates. etc. Choose 1HZ SURJUDP.8…rh‡vtÃhqÀ‚qvs’vtÃhłt…h€ UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ 7R SURJUDP D SURFHVV IURP WKH µ6FKHGXOHU¶ ZLQGRZ       Click 3URJUDPV or Open the desired project. You access the first wizard window: Four types of programming are available: 2QH WLPH DW D IL[HG GDWH  KRXU You can program the task at a given day or at a given hour.. 3HULRGLFDOO\ You can execute a program periodically according to several options. Click right.. you must create several programs. if you have it). but if this is not enough. you can create several programs. in turn trigger another process program. You can only execute a task once a day. Click left. 7ULJJHUHG E\ WKH PRGLILFDWLRQ  SUHVHQFH RI D ILOH You can execute a program as a consequence of the modification and/or presence of a file (thanks to the 3ROOLQJ 6HUYLFH. This event may. contained in your project. processes.

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select the 3HULRGLFDOO\ option. If it is unavailable. Choose whether the program is active or not. Press the )LQLVK button. H um m in g bi r d à &à G e ni o S c he d u le r . Select the *HQLR Engine for the Process execution in the combo box. press 1H[W. The default delay is 1 minute. Click 1H[W.8…rh‡vtÃhqÀ‚qvs’vtÃhłt…h€ UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ You access the third window of the wizard:     Use the arrows to define the delay if a problem occurs. r Periodical programming 7R SHULRGLFDOO\ SURJUDP WKH 6FKHGXOHU IURP WKH µ3URFHVV 3URJUDPPLQJ :L]DUG¶   In the first step.

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using the scroll arrow. 7KH ILUVW GD\ >'@ RI PRQWK. If it is unavailable. If you choose (YHU\ PRQWK RQ WKH >1WK@. using the scroll arrow. press 1H[W. You access the third wizard window: to see how to use it.  G e n io S c h e d ul er à 'à H u m m in g b ir d . Press the )LQLVK button. on page 16. If you choose the >1@ GD\V EHIRUH WKH HQG RI HDFK PRQWK you will have to pick the number of days. or 7KH ODVW >'@ RI WKH PRQWK you must pick the day of the week or the date. If you choose (YHU\ GD\. Click 1H[W.   Enter the desired time of execution. choose the date of the month. The window changes according to your choice. go to step . please refer to the appropriate steps and corresponding illustration in ‘One time or fixed time programming’. If you choose (YHU\ ZHHN RQ >'@.

127( (YHQWV DUH FURVV SURMHFW REMHFWV $Q HYHQW GHILQHG LQ D SURMHFW LV DYDLODEOH WR DOO RWKHUV LQ WKH UHSRVLWRU\ H um m in g bi r d à (à G e ni o S c he d u le r . You access the second window of the Triggered by an event program option. The second column contains comments describing these events. You access the Event Manager window: In this window is displayed a list with two columns: the first contains the name of the events managed in the current project. select the Triggered by an event option. then go to step 7 or click event.8…rh‡vtÃhqÀ‚qvs’vtÃhłt…h€ UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ r Programming triggered by an event 7R SURJUDP WKH VFKHGXOHU WR WULJJHU DQ HYHQW IURP WKH µ3URFHVV 3URJUDPPLQJ :L]DUG¶    In the first step. to create a new Pick the task using the scroll bar. Click 1H[W.

To delete a selected event.UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ 8…rh‡vtÃhqÀ‚qvs’vtÃhłt…h€ Three buttons let you manipulate events: To add an event. A &ORVH button enables you to exit the tool. Inside this window. The Dependencies view displays the name of the processes which depend on this event and those which use this event. project. project. This view consists of two areas. there are two views designated by tabs: the General view and the Dependencies view: The ‘General’ view displays the name of the event and the associated comment if there is one. When you activate the add or modify buttons. the Event properties window appears. • • The upper area summarizes the processes responsible for triggering the event (with their name. To modify a selected event. G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã!à H u m m in g b ir d . The lower area summarizes the processes programmings triggered by the event (with their name. version and status). version and status).

8…rh‡vtÃhqÀ‚qvs’vtÃhłt…h€ UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡     Click the 1HZ button. Press the )LQLVK button. Click &ORVH Click the event which triggers the event using the scroll bar. You access the third wizard window: to see how to use it.  r Programming triggered by the modification/presence of a file 7R SURJUDP WKH VFKHGXOHU WR WULJJHU WKH FXUUHQW SURFHVV RQ PRGLILFDWLRQ SUHVHQFH RI D ILOH  Select the 7ULJJHUHG E\ WKH PRGLILFDWLRQSUHVHQFH RI D ILOH option. You now access the second window of the wizard: H um m in g bi r d Ã! à G e ni o S c he d u le r . *HQLR creates the new event.  Click 1H[W. on page 16. please refer to the appropriate steps and corresponding illustration in ‘One time or fixed time programming’. Click 1H[W.

As soon as the polling service detects that the file has been deleted. the process is triggered. The Polling Engine is the name of the host on which the polling service is running. that is if the file creation date has been changed. that is if the file modification date has been changed but not the creation date. If this mode is selected. the process is triggered. the process is triggered as soon as the polling service detects that the user account on which it is running has write access on this file. the process is triggered. with the Browse button. Click 1H[W.e. 7KH 5HSODFH PRGH GRHV QRW ZRUN LI WKH ILOH LV UHDG XQGHU :LQGRZV 17 7KLV LV EHFDXVH ZKHQ \RX UHSODFH D ILOH XQGHU :LQGRZV 17 LWV FUHDWLRQ GDWH GRHV QRW FKDQJH 6R LI \RX ZDQW \RXU SURFHVV WR EH WULJJHUHG XVH WKH 0RGLILFDWLRQ PRGH LQVWHDG Select the Polling Engine from the list using the combo box. WKH ILOH refers to the file defined in the File area of the wizard window above. 'HOHWLRQ 0RGLILFDWLRQ 5HSODFH &$87. The trigger file must be located on or visible from this host. Press the )LQLVK button.UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ 8…rh‡vtÃhqÀ‚qvs’vtÃhłt…h€ The Polling modes are the following: With all these modes. To see how to use it. :DLW IRU ZULWH DFFHVV The :DLW IRU ZULWH DFFHVV WR WULJJHU HYHQW polling mode can be used in combination with any other polling mode. please refer to the appropriate steps and corresponding illustration in ‘One time or fixed time programming’. As soon as the polling service detects that the file has been modified. &UHDWLRQ As soon as the polling service detects that the file is present. Check the option from the 3ROOLQJ 0RGH options (see above for explanations). press 1H[W. Not Found or Deleted) and that it is now present. You access the third wizard window.21   G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã!!à H u m m in g b ir d . on page 16. the process is triggered. This supposes that the file was previously missing (i. As soon as the polling service detects that the file has been replaced. If it is unavailable.    Select the file whose behavior will trigger the process.

Check the current value(s) of these variables.8‚ƒ’ vt…À‚‰vtłt…h€† UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ r Initializing global variables before process execution If some global user variables used in the process you are programming have been set to $VN IRU YDOXH DW H[HFXWLRQ in the Description view of their Variable window (VHH *HQLR 'HVLJQHU 5HIHUHQFH 0DQXDO). &RS\LQJ RU PRYLQJ SURJUDPV 127( $V LQ DQ\ VWDQGDUG :LQGRZV DSSOLFDWLRQ LQ RUGHU WR FRS\ D SURJUDP ZLWKLQ WKH VFKHGXOHU YLHZ VLPSO\ SUHVV &WUO DQG GUDJGURS LW DW WKH VDPH WLPH IURP RQH SODFH WR DQRWKHU 7R PRYH D SURJUDP ZLWKLQ WKH VFKHGXOHU YLHZ VLPSO\ GUDJGURS LW IURP RQH SODFH WR DQRWKHU H um m in g bi r d Ã!"à G e ni o S c he d u le r .  Press )LQLVK. Enter the new value for each variable. if necessary. The current Process is programmed or re-programmed. The variables will be initialized with these values just before the Process execution is triggered by the Scheduler service. the following extra window will appear in the wizard.    Check the names of the variables used in the Process you are scheduling.

Drop it on the same process name in a different version of the same project. r Copy or move all the programs associated with a process 7R FRS\ RU PRYH DOO SURJUDPV DVVRFLDWHG WR D SURFHVV RQWR WKH VDPH SURFHVV LQ D GLIIHUHQW YHUVLRQ RI WKH VDPH SURMHFW   Drag (pressing &WUO to copy) the process with which all these programs are associated. 7KH SURJUDPV DUH FRSLHG RU PRYHG RQO\ ZKHQ WKH SURFHVV QDPHV DUH WKH VDPH 7KH SURJUDPV DUH FRSLHG RU PRYHG ZKHUHYHU WKH DVVRFLDWHG SURFHVVHV DUH SODFHG LQ WKH VFKHGXOLQJ WUHH G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã!#à H u m m in g b ir d . Drop it on a new process. Drop it on another version of the same project. r Copy or move all the programs of a project version 7R FRS\ RU PRYH DOO SURJUDPV WR D QHZ YHUVLRQ RI WKH VDPH SURMHFW   127(6 Drag (pressing &WUO to copy) the version with which all these programs are associated.UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ 8‚ƒ’vt…À‚‰vtłt…h€† r Copy or move a single program 7R FRS\ RU PRYH D VLQJOH SURJUDP RQWR DQ\ RWKHU SURFHVV   Drag (pressing &WUO to copy) the program to be copied or moved.

Click once on the button to suspend all programs belonging to the selected project version or twice to activate it.Tˆ†ƒrqvt…Ãhp‡v‰h‡vtłt…h€† UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ 6XVSHQGLQJ RU DFWLYDWLQJ SURJUDPV r Suspend or activate a single program 7R VXVSHQG RU DFWLYDWH D VLQJOH SURJUDP   Select the program.21 Select the project version which the programs you want to suspend or activate belong to. Click once on the twice to activate it. if it is active. button to suspend the programs associated to this process or r Suspend or activate all programs in the entire version of a project 7R VXVSHQG RU DFWLYDWH DOO SURJUDPV RQ D SURMHFW YHUVLRQ   &$87. Click once on the it.I D SURFHVV RU D YHUVLRQ KDV QRQFRQVLVWHQW SURJUDPV LH VRPH VXVSHQGHG DQG VRPH DFWLYH. . button to activate the program if it is inactive or to suspend r Suspend or activate all programs on a process 7R VXVSHQG RU DFWLYDWH DOO SURJUDPV RQ D SURFHVV   Select the process which the programs you want to suspend or activate are associated with.

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This refreshes all versions. Press the button in the tool bar to refresh the entire process. This refreshes all programs. This refreshes all folders. programs. and events. processes.UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ Srs…r†uvtłt…h€† 5HIUHVKLQJ SURJUDPV r Refresh an entire process 7R UHIUHVK DQ HQWLUH SURFHVV   Select a process from the Programs View. and events. programs. and events on this process. r Refresh an entire project 7R UHIUHVK DQ HQWLUH SURMHFW   Select a project from the Programs View. Press the button in the tool bar to refresh the entire version. processes. G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã!%à H u m m in g b ir d . Press the button in the tool bar to refresh the entire project. r Refresh an entire project version 7R UHIUHVK DQ HQWLUH SURMHFW YHUVLRQ   Select a project version from the Programs View. folders.

button in the tool bar to refresh the entire view.Srs…r†uvtłt…h€† UurÃQ…‚t…h€†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ r Refresh the entire repository 7R UHIUHVK DQ HQWLUH UHSRVLWRU\   Select the entire *HQLR root by clicking once on the Press the icon in the Programs view. versions. processes. folders. and events. This refreshes all projects. H um m in g bi r d Ã!&à G e ni o S c he d u le r . programs.

This hierarchical component displays the scheduled processes read in the current repository. Depending on the rights granted by the Genio administrator (in the *HQLR $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ &RQVROH). These projects are all read in the current Genio repository. 3XUJH WKH H[HFXWLRQV Clear the executions. selectively. For each project version. all project versions are shown. The process has been interrupted. All nodes in this view can be expanded or collapsed thanks to the button. displayed. These projects may contain one or several folders. With this component. all the processes are shown. these versions will or will not be able to be modified. The process has been omitted. you can: ‡ &KHFN WKH SURFHVV ORJV ‡ ‡ The process execution was successful. that means that you can view them but that you cannot modify them. Ã!'à G e n io S c h e d ul er H u m m in g b ir d . Under the current root (displayed as the DSN name and the Database type). &RQVXOW WKH ORJ LQIRUPDWLRQ Verify the information for each process logs. depending on whether there were any created in the designer. If they are displayed in grey.UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ Srs…r†uvtłt…h€† 7KH /RJV &RPSRQHQW The Logs view is accessed by clicking on the /RJV YLHZ LFRQ The Logs component enables you to verify the logs of all the previous executions. An error occurred during the execution. in a structured view. there can be one or several *HQLR projects. Inside the project (or in the folders if there are any).

QIRUPDWLRQ¶ ZLQGRZ LV PRGHOHVV EXW LW LV DOZD\V LQ WKH IRUHJURXQG <RX FDQ JR IURP ORJ LQIRUPDWLRQ WR ORJ LQIRUPDWLRQ ZLWKRXW KDYLQJ WR FORVH LW /RJ LQIRUPDWLRQ The log information window has four tabs. They display all necessary information concerning one specific execution of a single process. Displaying Log Information There are three ways of visualizing a log. Depending on the way the execution took place the icons at the beginning of the line change. You access the Log information window. in the History view: • • • By double-clicking on the log itself. You can check the meaning of the icons by clicking on 127( .QIRUPDWLRQ pop-up item. in other words of displaying log information.8urpxvtÇurłpr††Ãy‚t† UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ &KHFNLQJ WKH SURFHVV ORJV 7R FKHFN WKH ORJV RI D SURFHVV IURP WKH µ6FKHGXOHU¶ ZLQGRZ   Click the History tab. By right-clicking on the log and selecting the 'LVSOD\ /RJ . You then access the Legend widow which explains the icons. By clicking on the button in the tool bar when the log is already selected. Open a project. You access the list of folders and processes contained in your project. 7KH ¶/RJ . H um m in g bi r d Ã!(à G e ni o S c he d u le r .

It also shows starting date. G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã"à H u m m in g b ir d . ending date.UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ G‚tÃvs‚…€h‡v‚ The Log view The Log view shows process execution status. elapsed time and name of the event responsible for triggering this process (if this is the case). the name of the polled file is displayed. too. When the process is triggered by a polling event.

volume information is not always available. deletions or updates that were made on each object impacted by the process objects. look ups and cubes. H um m in g bi r d Ã" à G e ni o S c he d u le r . It also shows the number of insertions. views. the word ³8QNQRZQ´ is displayed. In this case.G‚tÃvs‚…€h‡v‚ UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ The Volume view The Volume view displays the connections for tables. Depending on the connectivity.

It is possible to save the contents of the console. For example it gives information on the beginning and the end of a module. you may paste this information anywhere you like). G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã"!à H u m m in g b ir d . using the Save console button. the SQL queries executed and the messages created in the scripts. the contents of the console are copied in the Windows notepad (after that.UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ G‚tÃvs‚…€h‡v‚ The Console view The Console view shows all the actions that the process has done. When you press this button.

H um m in g bi r d Ã""à G e ni o S c he d u le r .G‚tÃvs‚…€h‡v‚ UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ The Exceptions view The Exceptions view displays the list of exceptions generated by a process execution. You can check or uncheck the items displayed in this view. In the exception view there are two options and three areas: • The 6HOHFW YLHZ PRGH enables you to choose whether you want *HQLR to sort the exceptions by exception types ( V\VWHP types or else XVHU types: Type mode) or by their place in the process (Process mode).

these variables will be shown in a separate column of the area. • G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã"#à H u m m in g b ir d . corresponding object type that the exception occurs on. Please refer to the *HQLR 'HVLJQHU 5HIHUHQFH 0DQXDO. process line.UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ G‚tÃvs‚…€h‡v‚ The system types of exceptions are the following: #&RQQHFWLRQ([FHSWLRQ #64/([FHSWLRQ #&RKHUHQFH([FHSWLRQ #([SUHVVLRQ([FHSWLRQ #2/$3([FHSWLRQ Genio generates this exception when it could not connect to a database. Genio generates this exception when it meets problems with multidimensional connection levels. For more information. type. Genio generates this exception when the module fails during the coherence test. on the right. The description area. The exception area displays all this in separate columns. Other types of exceptions (User exceptions) are created in *HQLR 'HVLJQHU. when the exceptions occur. at the bottom of the window displays the detailed description of the exception you have selected in the exception area. If the value of the @ExceptionMode system variable is set to ’’. Genio generates this exception when the database could not understand the SQL clause. please refer to the description of @ExceptionMode in the *HQLR 'HVLJQHU 5HIHUHQFH 0DQXDO. the object name and the DBerror generated. • The exception area on the upper right-hand side of the window displays the number. Genio generates this exception when it does not understand the calculated expression.

Qˆ…tvtÃy‚t† UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ 3XUJLQJ ORJV The Purge option clears logs (those you select. You access the list of folders and processes in your project. a window appears to offer you the possibility of also deleting all the Fixed Time programs of the processes involved. This avoids the recreation of Forgotten Program Logs. When you choose to remove a Log. al the logs of a process. Open the project. Click . r Clearing out a selected log 7R FOHDU D ORJ IURP WKH µ6FKHGXOHU¶ ZLQGRZ      Click the Logs tab. You access the list of process logs. Click the log. H um m in g bi r d Ã"$à G e ni o S c he d u le r . Open the process. You access the Purge window:  Click 3XUJH to clear the log Your log is removed from the list. all the logs in the repository between two dates).

Pick the desired Begin date and End date from the calendar with the scroll bar. G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã"%à H u m m in g b ir d . Click 3XUJH. Click 2. Click the project. Click 3XUJH.. You access the Purge menu. Click the project.. Click 2. r Clearing out the logs between two dates 7R FOHDU RXW H[HFXWLRQV EHWZHHQ WZR GDWHV IURP WKH µ6FKHGXOHU¶ ZLQGRZ         Click the History tab. Click the process. Click Select the DOO H[HFXWLRQV RI WKLV SURFHVV option.UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ Qˆ…tvtÃy‚t† r Clearing out all logs of a process 7R FOHDU RXW D DOO ORJV RI D SURFHVV IURP WKH µ6FKHGXOHU¶ ZLQGRZ        Click History. Click the process. You access the Scheduler window. You access the Scheduler window. Click You access the Purge menu. Select between two dates option.

This refreshes all folders. processes and logs in the selected project version. This refreshes all versions. Press the button in the tool bar to refresh the entire version. folders. Press the button in the tool bar to refresh the entire project. processes and logs in the selected project.Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ 5HIUHVKLQJ ORJV r Refresh a single process 7R UHIUHVK D VLQJOH ORJ   Select a process from the Logs View. Press the button in the tool bar to refresh the entire process. H um m in g bi r d Ã"&à G e ni o S c he d u le r . r Refresh all logs in a project version 7R UHIUHVK DOO ORJV LQ D SURMHFW YHUVLRQ   Select a project version from the Logs View. r Refresh all logs in an entire project 7R UHIUHVK DOO ORJV LQ D SURMHFW   Select a project from the Logs View.

UurÃG‚t†Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† r Refresh all logs in the entire repository 7R UHIUHVK DOO ORJV LQ WKH UHSRVLWRU\   Select the entire *HQLR root by clicking once on the Press the icon in the Logs View. This refreshes all projects. button in the tool bar to refresh the entire view. G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã"'à H u m m in g b ir d . folders. processes and logs in the repository. versions.

As mentioned above. it shows all the logs in the current repository by increasing date and time. whereas the Logs view displays them in a structural (hierarchic) manner.Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† UurÃCv†‡‚…’Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ 7KH +LVWRU\ &RPSRQHQW The History view is accessed by clicking on the +LVWRU\ YLHZ LFRQ The History view displays all necessary information concerning the logs. but in a KLVWRULFDO (FKURQRORJLFDO) presentation. By default. H um m in g bi r d Ã"(à G e ni o S c he d u le r . this view is mainly chronological. Each view column displays a different type of information about the logs.

in the Legend window: G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã#à H u m m in g b ir d . Execution Duration. just FOLFN RQFH RQ LWV FROXPQ KHDGHU /RJ 7\SHV In *HQLR. When you want to change the order of the fields in those columns (that is change the display from increasing to decreasing or from decreasing to increasing).UurÃCv†‡‚…’ Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† Nevertheless. To know the meaning of these symbols you have an easy to read Legend. such as Date and Time. there are different types of process logs. contain strictly numeric information. if you wish. You can recognize the type of a log displayed in the History view (or in the Log view. you can sort the entire log view according to other criteria simply by clicking on the respective column header: • • • • • • Name of the associated project (Project Name column) Status of that project (Project Status column) Version of that project (Project Version column) Name of the process that the log accounts for (Process Name column) Duration of the process execution (Execution Duration column ) Number of exceptions in the process (Number of Exceptions column) &KURQRORJLFDO /RJ 9LHZ To return to the chronological view of all logs. just go back and click the Date and Time column header (the first one from the left). for that matter) by looking at the little color symbol that the log has just in front of it in the Date and Time column. $OSKDEHWLF DQG 1XPHULF 'LVSOD\ 2UGHU Some of the columns in the History view. Number of Exceptions.

take a look at ‘Log information’.I HLWKHU WKH PD[LPXP GDWH RU WKH GHIDXOW PD[LPXP GDWH GHILQHG LQ WKH ILOWHU DUH WRR IDU LQ WKH IXWXUH DQG WKDW DUH PDQ\ SURJUDPV VFKHGXOHG IRU WKH IXWXUH LQ \RXU UHSRVLWRU\ \RX PD\ UHWULHYH D JUHDW GHDO RI IXWXUH SURJUDPV LQ \RXU +LVWRU\ YLHZ 7KLV PD\ WDNH D YHU\ ORQJ WLPH 6R EH FDUHIXO ZKHQ \RX JLYH D PD[LPXP GDWH RWKHUZLVH \RX PLJKW ORRVH \RXU SDWLHQFH DQG KDYH WR LQWHUUXSW WKH VFKHGXOHU VHUYLFH DOWRJHWKHU 'LVSOD\LQJ /RJ . the Log Information window appears. nor are the suspended scheduled programs. 3XUJLQJ /RJV To purge a log. When one of the three actions above has been performed.QIRUPDWLRQ There are three ways of visualizing a log. in the History view: • • • By double-clicking on the log itself. just select it and press the '(/ key on the keyboard. described below. in relation to server date and server time) are also displayed in the History view. in other words of displaying log information. By right-clicking on the log and selecting the Display Log Information popup item. They have a special symbol. &$87. Event and Polling programs are not displayed. on page 29.21 . H um m in g bi r d Ã# à G e ni o S c he d u le r . For further information on how to read this important window. in front of them: In the Filter Definition window. you can give a maximum date.Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† UurÃCv†‡‚…’Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ )XWXUH 3URJUDPV Programs scheduled for the future (i. By clicking on the button in the tool bar when the log is already selected.e.

UurÃCv†‡‚…’ Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† 7R SXUJH VHYHUDO ORJV DW D WLPH   Either select a process or multi-select several logs in a process.21 button.  You can purge the current log by selecting the VHOHFWHG H[HFXWLRQ option. At last. is the Filter. Then just press 3XUJH to confirm or &DQFHO to exit. You can purge all logs in the current process by selecting the DOO H[HFXWLRQV RI WKLV SURFHVV option. button which applies the filter defined in the Filter Definition window to the G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã#!à H u m m in g b ir d . all you have to do is click the &$87. you can purge all logs in a process according to a begin date and an end date by selecting the EHWZHHQ WZR GDWHV options and defining the required dates. 5HIUHVKLQJ PD\ WDNH D ORQJ WLPH EHFDXVH RI ORJ YROXPH DQG QXPEHU RI ORJV 5HIUHVK WLPH LV HVSHFLDOO\ ORQJ WKH 0D[LPXP 'DWH YDOXHV LQ WKH +LVWRU\ YLHZ ILOWHU GHILQLWLRQ DUH YHU\ GLVWDQW DQG WKDW PDQ\ SURFHVV ORJV ZHUH JHQHUDWHG LQ EHWZHHQ )LOWHULQJ 'LVSOD\ LQ +LVWRU\ 9LHZ An essential feature of the History view in *HQLR 6FKHGXOHU. The Purge window appears. Press the 'HO key or click the button (purge bin) in the tool bar. Two buttons are used in the tool bar: The The button which opens the Filter Definition window.  5HIUHVKLQJ +LVWRU\ 9LHZ To refresh the History view.

Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† UurÃCv†‡‚…’Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ History view or takes it away.e. take off the filter) after it has been applied or just after the filter definition has been confirmed in the window. The Filter Definition window has three views: • • • the Time Frame view the Project and Process Filter view the Log Filter view The Time frame view H um m in g bi r d Ã#"à G e ni o S c he d u le r . To return to the full view (i. press this button again.

button confirms the filter definition and applies it to the current view. All past logs will be displayed. The Default values button resets the minimum and maximum dates to the current server date. The 0D[imum GDWH area: The date of the last log displayed is today. The history view will display all logs beginning from the present day. A calendar lets you choose any other date in a realistic way. . The 2.UurÃCv†‡‚…’ Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† The Time Frame view (above) has two areas: • The 0LQimum GDWH area: 1R 0LQ 7RGD\ 2WKHU • 7RGD\ 2WKHU There is no minimum date. A calendar lets you choose any other date in a realistic way.03257$17 7KH 0D[LPXP GDWH YDOXH HQDEOHV WKH VFKHGXOHU WR FRPSXWH DQG GLVSOD\ DOO WKH IXWXUH VFKHGXOHG SURJUDPV WR EH GLVSOD\HG LQ WKH YLHZ G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã##à H u m m in g b ir d .

Logs will be filtered by associated project names (several can be selected with the standard MS-DOS selection method). Logs will be filtered by associated version number.Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† UurÃCv†‡‚…’Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ The Project and Process filter view The Project and Process Filter view (above) has four fields: 1DPH 6WDWXV 9HUVLRQ 3URFHVV QDPH The Default values button: • • • • Resets 1DPH to (i. ’all’).e. Checks all three VWDWXVHV Sets version to 1. H um m in g bi r d Ã#$à G e ni o S c he d u le r . ’all’). Logs will be filtered by associated project status.e. Resets 3URFHVV 1DPH to (i. Logs will be filtered by name of associated process.

Maximum process execution duration can be set to: ’No limit’ or to ’Less than QE¶ Minimum process execution duration can be set to: ’No limit’ or to ’More than QE¶ Maximum number of exceptions can be set to: ’No limit’ or to ’Less than QE¶ Minimum number of exceptions can be set to: ’No limit’ or to ’More than QE¶ The 'HIDXOW YDOXHV button: • • Checks all log types. Reset all options in the four other areas to 1R OLPLW. on page 39.UurÃCv†‡‚…’ Ã8‚€ƒ‚r‡ Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† The Log Filter view The Log Filter view (above) has five areas: /RJ 7\SH 0D[ 'XUDWLRQ 0LQ 'XUDWLRQ 0D[ ([FHSWLRQV 0LQ ([FHSWLRQV Logs will be filtered according to log types: types are described in ‘Log Types’. G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã#%à H u m m in g b ir d .

Click the 5HDO7LPH $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ icon or choose 5HDO7LPH $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ from the View sub-menu.Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† UurÃSrhyUv€rÃ6 q€vv†‡…h‡v‚ 7KH 5HDO7LPH $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ &RPSRQHQW The Real-Time Administration Component view is accessed by clicking on the 5HDO 7LPH $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ &RPSRQHQW YLHZ LFRQ The Real-Time Administration tab gives an overview of background information. You access the Real-Time Administration view: H um m in g bi r d Ã#&à G e ni o S c he d u le r . It displays icons representing the Genio services.

Is present in front of the files that are checked by the polling service on a given host. From this window it is possible to: • • • • G e n io S c h e d ul er Refresh the window or each engine individually with Configure the window properties with Stop or view an execution with Show or hide all empty folders with H u m m in g b ir d Ã#'à . on page 48. Means that the service is running but that it is running on a different repository than the current repository used by the Scheduler. Means that the time scheduler limit for engine response has expired (refer to ‘Configuring Real-Time Parameters’.UurÃSrhyUv€rÃ6q€vv†‡…h‡v‚ Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† A symbol is associated to each service. The thread icon is restored at the end of the execution. The status of the files determined by the polling service is displayed as well. ’Time Out’ option). Purple Blue The services exhibit symbols representing the current tasks being performed Represents administration threads. in a directory. Takes the place of the thread icon when a scheduler program launches an execution. Means that Genio is in the process of finding out whether or not the corresponding engine is running. Its meaning is detailed below: Green Red Grey Means that the corresponding engine is running. Is added to the icons when a module is executed on the engine from the designer. Means that the corresponding engine is not running. If Genio displays it the thread is available.

When the scheduler gives up it will give you an message telling you that the host doesn’t answer. If this option is not checked. 7LPH RXW 9LHZ DGPLQLVWUDWLRQ WKUHDG H um m in g bi r d Ã#(à G e ni o S c he d u le r . Maximum rate is  seconds. Maximum time out is  seconds. there is no refresh at all. only task threads will be visible and refreshed.) Activates visualization and refresh on the administration threads. it might take a long time. The ’Configuration’ window appears: 5HIUHVK UDWH Indicates how long it takes between each scheduler refresh process (in seconds). If this option is set to zero. (There will be an answer.Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† UurÃSrhyUv€rÃ6 q€vv†‡…h‡v‚ r Configuring Real-Time Parameters 7R FRQILJXUH WKH µ5HDO7LPH $GPLQLVWUDWLRQ¶ SDUDPHWHUV Click the &RQILJXUH item of the Scheduler menu. the scheduler will not limit the time needed to wait for the host to respond. When the field is set to zero. Indicates how long the scheduler waits for an answer from an engine before giving up (in seconds). but depending on the number of hosts and the network load.

The administration threads (one per service) appear and are refreshed only if the ’View administration thread’ option in the Configuration window is checked (refer to ‘Configuring Real-Time Parameters’. The display of all hosts. Press the icon in the Real-Time button in the tool bar to refresh the entire view.03257$17 5HIUHVKLQJ WKH 6FKHGXOHU YLHZ PD\ WDNH WLPH DV UHVSRQVH WLPH GRHV QRW GHSHQG XQLTXHO\ RQ *HQLR 2WKHU SDUDPHWHUV VXFK DV QHWZRUN RYHUORDG RU WXUQHGRII KRVWV RQ WKH QHWZRUN PD\ VORZ WKH UHIUHVK SURFHVV r Refreshing the view of each host individually 7R UHIUHVK WKH YLHZ IRU HDFK LQGLYLGXDO KRVW   Select the adequate service by clicking once on the Administration view. . All services running on this host only are refreshed. G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã$à H u m m in g b ir d . on page 48 ). services and task threads currently running on the current repository is refreshed. The task threads on those services are refreshed. Press the icon in the Real-Time button in the tool bar to refresh all services running on this host.UurÃSrhyUv€rÃ6q€vv†‡…h‡v‚ Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† r Refreshing the view for the entire root 7R UHIUHVK WKH YLHZ IRU WKH HQWLUH URRW   Select the entire Genio root by clicking once on the Administration view.

Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† UurÃSrhyUv€rÃ6 q€vv†‡…h‡v‚ r Refreshing the view of each service individually 7R UHIUHVK WKH YLHZ RI HDFK LQGLYLGXDO VHUYLFH  Select the adequate service by clicking once on the icon (when it is red or green. The task threads on that service are also refreshed.  The current service is refreshed. Click The Execution Viewer is launched. Press the button in the tool bar to refresh the selected service. please re r Stopping an execution 7R VWRS DQ H[HFXWLRQ   Select the execution you want tot stop. not grey) in the Real-Time Administration view. Click H um m in g bi r d Ã$ à G e ni o S c he d u le r . r Stopping or viewing an execution 7R YLHZ DQ H[HFXWLRQ   Select the execution you want tot stop. For information on this application.

UurÃSrhyUv€rÃ6q€vv†‡…h‡v‚ Srs…r†uvtÃy‚t† G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã$!à H u m m in g b ir d .

34 @ConnectionException. v Associated documents. 8. 15 Folders in the Scheduler. 23 a single program. 34 @OLAPException. 40 21 3 Periodical programming. 25 Activating all programs associated with a process. 14 Moving programs. 15. 24 all the programs associated with a process.QGH[ @CoherenceException. 34 * Genio Suite Installation Guide About the book. Log information. 24 Copying all the programs of a project version. 8 Hosts. Process hierarchy in programs. 14 / Launching applications from the Scheduler. 24 all the programs associated with a process. 24 Creating a program. $ Activating programs. 48 Consulting log information. 28 11 0 Modifying a program. 19 24 ) File behavior driven programming.. 23 25 Activating all the programs of a project version. + History.51 - G e ni o S c h ed u le r . 24 ( Event driven programming. 15. 9 Future Programs. 16 & Checking process logs. 28 Configuring Real Time Parameters. Fixed date programming. 10 25 At a fixed date or time programming. 14 Process logs 22 H u m m in g b ir d . 39 Logs. v Global variables Initializing before process execution. 17 Polling modes for polling driven programming. 34 @ExpressionException. 29 Log types. 25 Activating a single program. all the programs of a project version. 28 Copying programs. v Readership. 34 @SQLException. 23 a single program. 10 Logs component.

8 Processes. 25 Copying all associated programs. 34. 29 Log types. 25 Copying. 9 Purging executions. 28 Refresh. 8 Activating. 27 Refreshing logs. 24 Copying or moving all programs associated with a process. 40 Clearing out a log. 36 6 Scheduler Folders. 48 Refresh Scheduler. 48 Real time administration Component. 24 Creation. 24 Moving all associated programs. 36 Suspending all associated programs. 26 Refreshing logs. 27 Suspending. 17 Programs view. Projects in the Scheduler. 24 One time or fixed time programming. 26 an entire project. 36 all logs in a project. 16 Periodical. 48 Refresh rate. 23 Copying a single program. 49. 47 Parameter configuration. 19 Triggered by the modification/presence of a file. 37 all logs in a project version. 49 21 Project and process filter. 10 Launching applications. 24 Copying or moving all programs of a project version. Purging Executions. 28 Displaying log information. 50 Refreshing the entire root. 26 Refreshing an entire repository. 46 Refresh rate. 39 Processes Activating all associated programs. Logs. 44 9 G e n io S c h e d ul er Ã$!à H u m m in g b ir d . 48 Time out. 50 Refreshing an entire process. 26 an entire project version.Dqr‘ Alphanumeric order. 39 Consulting log information. 26 Refreshing an entire project. 36 Clearing out all logs of a process. 24 Refreshing an entire process. 15. 15. 19 With polling. 16 Periodically. 26 Refreshing an entire project version. 13 Refreshing. 13 Projects. 9 Program component. 37 all logs in the entire repository. 34 28 5 Real time administration. 14 Moving. 8. 26 Programs. 11 Logs. 23 Moving a single program. 8. 37 in a single process. 26 the entire repository. 35 Clearing out all logs between two dates. 35 Sorting. 15. 49 Refreshing individual services. 46 Color symbolics. 25 Programming At a fixed date. 15 At a fixed date or at a fixed time. 26 Refreshing an entire process. 25 Triggered by an event. 49 View configuration Thread. 39 Purging logs. 8 Hosts. 39 Chronological view. 21 Programs. 10 Logs component. 48 Refreshing individual hosts. 9 History component. 17 With events.

50 23 H um m in g bi r d Ã$"à G e ni o S c he d u le r . 10 Stopping an execution. 46 Viewing an execution. 25 Suspending all the programs of a project version. 25 Suspending all programs associated with a process. 50 The History component. 38 The logs component. Viewing an execution.Dqr‘ Services. 25 7 The Programs component of the Scheduler. 28 The Real Time Administration component. 50 Stopping an execution. 50 Suspending programs. 13 9 Variables Global Initializing before process execution. 25 Suspending a single program.

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