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You can specify parameters in command on exit code. There are three different ways which can be mixed together.

  1. specifying single parameters
  2. clone the paramters from the actual order
  3. clone the paramter from the actual task

If a job specifies the command on exit code, the parameters can be specified like this

  <commands  on_exit_code="success">
        <start_job  job="job3">
            <params >
                <param  name="my_param" value="value_of_my_param"/>
                <copy_params  from="order"/>
                <copy_params  from="task"/>
            </params>
        </start_job>
    </commands>

Then the result of job3 when executing this:

  echo value of my_param is %scheduler_param_my_param%
  echo value of my_param_from_task is %scheduler_param_my_param_from_task%
  echo value of my_param_from_order is %scheduler_param_my_param_from_order%

would be:

 SCHEDULER-918  state=starting (at=2013-06-20 15:20:22.232)
 SCHEDULER-987  Starting process: "C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\\sos338E3.cmd"
  
 C:\Users\ur\Documents\sos-berlin.com\jobscheduler\scheduler_current>echo value of my_param is value_of_my_param  
 value of my_param is value_of_my_param 
  
 C:\Users\ur\Documents\sos-berlin.com\jobscheduler\scheduler_current>echo value of my_param_from_task is value of my_param_from_task  
 value of my_param_from_task is value of my_param_from_task 
  
 C:\Users\ur\Documents\sos-berlin.com\jobscheduler\scheduler_current>echo value of my_param_from_order is value of my_param_from_order  
 value of my_param_from_order is value of my_param_from_order
 SCHEDULER-915  Process event

Further References

Job and Order Parameters

 

 

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