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Diagram

Elements

Timer
References Notes

A timer implements a performance check that validates if the execution of a job chain took longer or shorter than expected. Each timer is assigned a unique identification with its name attribute. The timer contains <Minimum> and <Maximum> child elements that implement scripts to return the required and allowed value.

name
Corresponds to Timer used in the SystemMonitorNotification / Notification / NotificationObjects / Timer element. The name must be unique across all timers definitions.
Element Type Required Description
Attribute: name NMTOKEN
Required Corresponds to Timer used in the SystemMonitorNotification / Notification / NotificationObjects / Timer element. The name must be unique across all timers definitions.
TimerJob
  • Occurrence: 0..unbounded
Optional
References Notes

Specifies the jobs for which notifications are being sent to a system monitor.
The element can be repeatedly used to specifiy a number of jobs.

Attributes:

  • name - accepts a regular expression to specify a number of jobs that match the given pattern, e.g. jobs that are located in the same root folder.
  • scheduler_id - restricts notifications to the JobScheduler instance with the given identification. By default notifications will be sent for all JobScheduler instances that log into the same database.
name
Job name including possible folder names. Java regular expression can be used.
scheduler_id
Notifications are restricted to the JobScheduler instance with the given identification. By default notifications will be sent for all JobScheduler instances that would log into the same database. Java regular expression can be used.
TimerJobChain
  • Occurrence: 0..unbounded
Optional
References Notes

Specifies the job chains for which notifications are being sent to a system monitor.
The element can be repeatedly used to specifiy a number of job chains.

Attributes:

  • name - accepts a regular expression to specify a number of job chains that match the given pattern, e.g. job chains that are located in the same root folder.
  • scheduler_id - restricts notifications to the JobScheduler instance with the given identification. By default notifications will be sent for all JobScheduler instances that log into the same database.
  • step_from - restricts notifications for job chains to a sequence of job nodes that are specified with the step_from and step_to attributes.
  • step_to - restricts notifications for job chains to a sequence of job nodes that are specified with the step_from and step_to attributes.
name
Job chain name including possible folder names. Java regular expression can be used.
scheduler_id
Notifications are restricted to the JobScheduler instance with the given identification. By default notifications will be sent for all JobScheduler instances that would log into the same database. Java regular expression can be used.
step_from
Restricts notifications for job chains to a sequence of job nodes that are specified with the step_from and step_to attributes.
step_to
Restricts notifications for job chains to a sequence of job nodes that are specified with the step_from and step_to attributes.
Minimum
  • Occurrence: 1
Required
References Notes

Minimum required time consumption for job or job chain execution. Allows script code to be executed that returns the minimum execution time required in seconds.

Maximum
  • Occurrence: 0..1
Optional
References Notes

Maximum allowed time consumption for job or job chain execution. Allows script code to be executed that returns the maximum execution time required in seconds.

Maximum
  • Occurrence: 1
Required
References Notes

Maximum allowed time consumption for job or job chain execution. Allows script code to be executed that returns the maximum execution time required in seconds.

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