JS - JobScheduler
  1. JS - JobScheduler
  2. JS-1399

Process classes for <file_order_source> and <file_order_sink> on JobScheduler Universal Agent

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      Using a process class with only one JobScheduler Universal Agent should be enabled for file order sources.

      • A new attribute file_watching_process_class for the <job_chain> element denotes a process class for monitoring files on remote agents
      • This process class is used
        • file order sources
        • file sinks
      • If the attribute file_watching_process_class is empty, it defaults to the process class of the job chain (JS-1301)
      • The process class must denote only one agent. Using process classes with multiple agents will be implemented in JS-1427
      • Changing the process class at runtime will have no effect on the file_order_source or file_order_sink

      When the process contains both, the attribute remote_scheduler and the element <remote_schedulers>, the element <remote_schedulers> will be ignored when the process class is used for the attribute file_watching_process_class or file_watching_process_class in the <job_chain> element

      For example:

       <process_classes >
              <process_class  max_processes="1" remote_scheduler="http://wilma:4444" name="test">
                  <remote_schedulers >
                      <remote_scheduler  remote_scheduler="http://homer:4444"/>
      
                      <remote_scheduler  remote_scheduler="http://test:4000"/>
                  </remote_schedulers>
              </process_class>
          </process_classes>
      
      

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            • Assignee:
              Joacim Zschimmer
              Reporter:
              Andreas Liebert (Inactive)
              Approver:
              Andreas Liebert (Inactive)
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