Correction Lee... The scheduling is handled by the Atom, as such; process schedule executions will not go by the last execution date. I believe the only way you would be able to "test" this would be to adjust the time/date on your server (if you are using a local Atom). However, your Atom will not be able to authenticate to the Platform thus rendering this test invalid.
we are looking at this requirement of scheduling the process once a month on every 2nd Wednesday. is there anyway with out changing current process? our process starts with No-data shape.
Hi Mounika Peddi,
I think you should be able to configure an Advanced schedule like this:
Minutes: <as desired>
Hours: <as desired>
Days of Week: 3
Days of Month: 8-14
I think using week-of-the-year doesn't quite work. There are 53 weeks in a year, so let's say you want to run the process in odd weeks (49, 51, 53) this year. The problem is that if you keep it as odd week, then next year it would run in week 1, 3, 5. So, the process would execute in week 53 of this year, and also in week 1 of next year, which is only 7 days apart instead of 14.
Hi All,According to Boomi Engineering (See Boomi Case #00058657), there is NOT a way to setup a bi-weekly schedule with the built in Boom scheduler on the platform.
I have requested development for biweekly scheduling options as feedback, please vote if you need this as well here:
Boomi Scheduler Option for Bi-Weekly Executions
Hi John, can you briefly explain how your subprocess check for interval?
If you want to go this route, then you'll need to put this logic/subprocess at the beginning of your process (or right before any logic that requires biweekly execution to take place).
You can either check the last successful execution, last execution, or set your own persisted process property that contains the date of the previous biweekly execution. Your date check will check to see if TODAY - [persisted property date] == 14. If so, execution will continue. If not, the process can just stop.
In our case, we use the Boomi scheduler to schedule the applicable processes once per week. However, the rest of the process only executes every other week because of this check.
Hope this helps.
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