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multiple conditions for document reload

Hi all,

I have a document that i want to schedule a reload for, based on two conditions:

a. successful reload of a previous document

b. specific day of the week

Is it possible?

Thanks,

Raz.

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its_anandrjs
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Re: multiple conditions for document reload

You can use QMC or QMEC for the reload of the application and manage the reload tasks.

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Re: Re: multiple conditions for document reload

But, is it possible to create multiple triggers, something like the attachment?

its_anandrjs
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Re: Re: multiple conditions for document reload

Other way is you can use task schedulers and triggered the application there and when first completes then you can run the second one.

maxgro
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Re: multiple conditions for document reload

maybe

if you want to reload when a and b (succesful and specific day)

- schedule on event of another task (succesful)

- in the doc check at the beginning the specific day of the week; force an error if you don't want overwrite the doc

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Re: multiple conditions for document reload

Thanks Massimo,

I was hoping for a more built-in solution...

maxgro
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Re: multiple conditions for document reload

I never used Publisher, so I don't know if Publisher supports in a built-in way your req

Peter_Cammaert
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Re: multiple conditions for document reload

Since you don't have a Publisher (the screenshot shows a simple built-in scheduler), Massimo's solution will be the best (if not the only) method to obtain the desired result.

And even with a Publisher, you will be able to schedule tasks almost like what you describe but not entirely. A Publisher has features like Task Dependencies (triggers will only fire if all dependencies are satisfied) and triggers that fire on multiple events. However, AFAIK they do not allow for mixing date schedules with task completion triggers. Yet