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Session Filtering: By using the dropdown you can filter the view between;
Session Sorting: The seesion view can be sorted by;
depending on which you want. This is done by hovering over the column title and using the drop down menu.
Session Status: There are 7 different statuses for a Session:
Session Action: Action for you to perform on the session:
Note: Not all options will display at once and will show depending on what state the session is currently in.
Create New Session: This button is to create a new session.
Delete: This button lets you delete an existing session
Refresh: This lets you refresh the page. Note: Fields will dynamically update but refresh is there if something goes funky.
Toggle Avtive/Inactive: This lets you toggle whether a session is in the active state or the inactive state.
To create/edit/remove a session schedule Double-Click on the clock icon for inline with the session you wish to schedule.
If you are creating a schedule, a confirmation box will appear:
Otherwise, a window like this will appear:
Session: This is the name of the session you are scheduling.
Entity: Which table this session is checking.
This is how often you would like the schedule to run;
These sections let you set how long you want this schedule to last.
Note: After the end date the schedule will be set as inactive.
This box lets you specify a time for the session to run
Note: Please factor in time the session will take to run, if you are scheduling to avoid operational hours.
From this list you can pick how much work the session will do autonomously, you can set it just to match and then a user will confirm everything else, all the way up to completely autonomous and the session will do everything.
Here you can set what state of the schedule.
Every time the schedule runs it will create a clone of the original, with the time and date of run added to the title so that you can see the matches it made that time separate from previous runs.
after your define limit