Standalone Jobs and Order Jobs
JobScheduler comes with two types of job that can be used to carry out workflow automation tasks - Standalone Jobs and Order Jobs.
Standalone Jobs are simple to configure but are neither as flexible nor as powerful as Order Jobs. However, Standalone Jobs are quite often used in simpler job scheduling environments and where users have migrated from other job scheduling systems which use a similar concept such as TWS.
The following article provides a step-by-step introduction to creating and using Standalone Jobs:
Order Jobs and Job Chains
Order jobs and job chains are one of the most powerful arguments for implementing JobScheduler, bringing an efficient, modular approach to implementing workflow automation.
We have a number of articles providing a step-by-step overview of Order Jobs and Job Chains.
Introduction to the concepts behind jobs, job chains and orders
Creating a simple Order Job Chain:
- JobScheduler Tutorials: