Reviewing the list of scheduled jobs

On the Manage Scheduled Jobs page, you can review the scheduled jobs of the functional areas in the tenant that you are logged-on to.

To review the list of scheduled jobs:

  1. Select Administrative Functions > Manage Scheduled Jobs.
  2. Review this information:
    Shows the name of the scheduled job.
    Shows the functional area in the application that started the scheduled job.
    Accounting Entity
    A corporation or a subset of a corporation that is independent in regard to one or more operational functions or accounting functions. An accounting entity produces a P&L and balance sheet from a complete, balanced set of transactions, and is often a legal entity. An accounting entity is defined within a tenant and can contain locations. An instance of a job can be run per tenant and per accounting entity. If the code list definition of the job is configured with the hierarchy CodeListHierarchyAEWithoutLocation, job instances can be created per tenant on accounting entity level.
    Shows the variant of a scheduled job defined under the Code List Properties in the Name column of the code list that configures the job. The variant can be freely defined. These are examples:
    • parameter: A scheduled job that has the name parameter defined under the Code List Properties in the Name column of the code list that configures the job. This variant should be used for jobs that can have multiple job instances on accounting entity level.
    • InChannel: Special variant for a Transformation Services job that uses an Exchange Services channel to control the message import.
    • Immediately: Special variant for a Transformation Services job that immediately publishes a message.
    Trigger Type
    Shows how the scheduled job has been triggered.
    • Cron: The job is started and controlled by a Cron expression.
    • Simple: The job runs once or runs permanently with a scheduled job frequency in milliseconds. For example, the job MessageImportFromEXS is of type Simple. The job is started automatically and runs permanently in contrast to a Cron job. Jobs of type Simple can also be configured in a way so that they run once and can only be started manually.
    • Invalid: The chosen method of triggering the job is invalid.
    Last Run
    Date and time of the last scheduled job run. The field Last Run is only set after the job has been triggered at a scheduled date and time. The menu command Trigger Now has no effect on the field.
    Next Run
    Date and time of the next scheduled run of a Cron job.
    Last Reported Status
    Shows the latest reported status of the job.
    • Running (green background): The job is active and running.
    • Stopped (yellow background): The job has been stopped manually.
    • Blocked: The job has been blocked.
    • Disabled (grey background): The job is disabled.
    • Complete: The job has been completed.
    • Unknown: The job status is unknown.
    • One-time/Completed: The job has been run once and completed.
    • Configuration Error: An error caused by the job configuration happened.
    • Error: An error happened.