- Jobs might want to add events.
- A number of events might be available with JobScheduler and should be removed.
Add events from a job
The PowerShell CLI can be used by jobs to submit events. Usually separate job steps or monitor scripts are used as e.g. with
Instead of additional job steps or monitor scripts the
Add-JobSchedulerEvent cmdlet can be used to create events directly within a job:
- The job creates two events that signal start and completion of the job.
- A common event class is used that is assigned the path of the job chain
- Individual event ids are assigned that are created from the job name
- All communication with the JobScheduler Supervisor or Master takes place by internal commands, no additional HTTP/HTTPS connection is used.
Manage events from the command line
The PowerShell CLI can be used to create, retrieve and remove events
Add-JobSchedulerEventcmdlet returns an event object that can be used for later pipelining
- Event processing occurs asynchroneously, therefore newly created events might take some seconds to be available for retrieval..
Get-JobSchedulerEventcmdlet retrieves an array of event objects that are available with JobScheduler.
- A previously created event object can be pipelined to the
- In a more general sense all events as returned from
Get-JobSchedulerEventcan be pipelined to the