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Scheduling Process Chain on 5th working day

Hi,

My client wants to schedule the process chain on 5th working day of every month.

I suppose we can do this by using Factory Calander:-

Workday/time

Factory Calander - US

Workday:- 5

Time:- 11:54:25

Do not execute before: 15.04.2011

After this there are two more options:-

1.Workday relative to(2 radio buttons with below options):

Beging of the month

End of the month

2.Period:

Months ___

What does these 1 and 2 refer to?

Regards,

Nix

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 11:00 AM

    Hi

    1.

    If you specify workday 5, and it refers to the beginning of the month, the job is started on the fifth workday from the beginning of the month. If it refers to the end of the month, the job would be started on the fifth from last workday of the month.

    2.

    For example, entering "3" in the Hours field and "3" in the Weeks field tells the system to restart a job every 3 weeks and three hours from the time that you first scheduled it.

    regards

    raj

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 06:11 AM

    Hi,

    The answer for this is:-

    1.

    If you specify workday 5, and it refers to the beginning of the month, the job is started on the fifth workday from the beginning of the month. If it refers to the end of the month, the job would be started on the fifth from last workday of the month.

    2

    Period:

    Month

    This tells us the frequency at which it will be repeated eg if you put 1 then the chain will be executed after every 1 month.

    Regards,

    Nix

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