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This article only applies to the Classic JOC interface

The Classic JOC user interface is entering retirement:

FEATURE AVAILABILITY ENDING WITH RELEASE 1.11

The JOC Cockpit user interface is replacing the Classic JOC interface:

FEATURE AVAILABILITY STARTING FROM RELEASE 1.11

See the JOC Cockpit - Navigation and Usability Article for more information about this subject.

The filters in the JobScheduler JOC GUI are stored in cookies due to the implementation in Javascript.

  • Since release 1.3.7.x you can set the filters by editing the configuration file custom.js.
    • This file is stored in the ./config/operations_gui directory.
  • For releases < 1.3.9 you will find the custom.js in the ./config/html directory.
  • For further information about custom.js  see How to configure JOC - an overview.

Filters are added like this:

 _job_filter['filter name']         = 'regular expression'; //to set a job filter
 _job_chain_filter['filter name']   = 'regular expression'; //to set a job chain filter
 _order_filter['filter name']       = 'regular expression'; //to set an order filter
 //or use 
 _project_filter['filter name']     = 'regular expression';
 // which is effective for jobs, job chains and orders simultaneously
  • Example 1:
    The filter projectA contains all objects that are stored in the Hot Folder subdirectory projectA:
     
 _project_filter['projectA']        = '^/projectA/';
  • Example 2:
    The filter ftpJobs includes all jobs that have a suffix _ftp in the job names:
     
 _job_filter['ftpJobs']             = '_ftp$';
  • Example 3:
    The filter someJobChains contains the job chains myFirstProject/myFirstJobChain and mySecondProject/mySecondJobChain:
     
 _job_chain_filter['someJobChains'] = '^/(myFirstProject/myFirstJobChain|mySecondProject/mySecondJobChain)$';
 //or
 _job_chain_filter['someJobChains'] = '^/my(First|Second)Project/my(First|Second)JobChain$';
  • Example 4:
    The filter hideTest1AndTest2 contains all objects that are not stored in the Hot Folder subdirectories dev/test1 and dev/test2:
     
 _project_filter['hideTest1AndTest2'] = '^/(?!dev/test1/|dev/test2/)';
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