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Introduction

JobScheduler Event handling is a mechanism for implementing complex dependencies between jobs or between jobs and external events.

The Event handling for job dependencies article provides an introduction to event handling.

What is an Event?

Events are XML snippets that are set by the JobScheduler's Event Service and are stored in XML files and the JobScheduler's database. Events are stored persistently and retained after a restart of the JobScheduler.

Events can be managed and monitored in the JOC Cockpit GUI  FEATURE AVAILABILITY STARTING FROM RELEASE 1.12 which replaces JID - JobScheduler Information Dashboard, which is deprecated as of Release 1.12.0.

Implementing Job Dependencies with Events

The How To - Event Handling article contains a list of articles describing how to implement job dependencies with events.

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