A collection of questions frequently asked by users.

Note that you may also find the following useful:

  • our bilingual FAQs (German and English)
  • our HowTos (in English) that describe ready-to-run configuration examples that can be downloaded and deployeshelld to hot folders
    If you don't find the information you are looking for in one of these sources then you could ask for support in the Community Resources.

Getting Started

Feature List


Various Topics

Configuration Issues

Parameter Issues

Mail Issues

Database Issues

Scheduling Issues

JobScheduler Operations Center (JOC)

JobScheduler Architecture

JITL - JobScheduler Integrated Template Library Jobs

Template jobs (formerly called "Standard Jobs") are "ready-made-jobs" that can used with a simple parameter-setup only.

A general overview of JITL Jobs can be found in: JITL - JobScheduler Integrated Template Library

See also:

Shell Jobs

  • Passing parameter to shell-jobs
  • Passing parameters from shell-jobs to JS
  • A generic shell-job - passing the shell-script to execute as a job parameter
  • How to execute a PHP script with JS
  • How to execute a Maven build with JobScheduler
  • Can I use Ruby for pre-postprocessing?
  • How to set the working directory for shell scripts
  • How to start a job and delete the job after exexution
  • How does JobScheduler get the exit code from a shell script?

Java Jobs

JavaScript Jobs

Error Handling

The Microsoft Windows PowerShell: starting scripts

JobScheduler Object Editor (JOE)

JobScheduler Information Dashboard (JID)

File Watching and Directory Watching

System Monitors and Windows Event Log

Audit Trail & Deployment

Controlling Job Scheduler by other Applications

How to syncronize jobs

Trigger Jobs using Eventing

Remote Scheduling

File transfer with JobScheduler

Using the JobScheduler internal API

Performance issues

Integration and Migration

Best Practice

Developer Issues

JobScheduler Build Instructions

JobScheduler Programming

Technical Issues and Restrictions

Localisation and Translation




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