To give an example of its high level of functionality, Jobs can be set up to run daily, weekly, monthly, day of month, month end date and selected days of the month. They can be attached to a calendar to define the days to run, or add a number of days to the calendar to run (normally financial month ends and days after month ends), attach a calendar holding days the jobs have not to run on (daily jobs not to run on bank holidays).
Naturally we cater for Dependent jobs, you can Specify the latest time a job can become active or the amount of time a job can run. Useful to stop long updates running into the morning.
Once a job has completed you can set up completion commands to run after a job has been completed. This allows for commands like sending the spool file as a database file to another machine via TCP/IP or formatting the spool file into a useable database file, to be executed.
The Scheduler can be integrated with all of the other modules to provide an easy to use complete automation solution