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yura_ratu
Contributor II

Reload after task failed

Hi community,

Is there any possibility to make task reload again and again if it failed until the successful reload?

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yura_ratu
Contributor II

Re: Reload after task failed

Found the solution by myself.

It can be done using EDX and technical QVW which reloads on event Fail from main task and the only thing it does - lauch main task via EDX.

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dhananjay_capge
New Contributor II

Re: Reload after task failed

Hi Yuriy,

There is no possibility to reload any task if it failed.

may be you need to check Trigger oprtion in QMC.

Regards,

DJ

yura_ratu
Contributor II

Re: Reload after task failed

Found the solution by myself.

It can be done using EDX and technical QVW which reloads on event Fail from main task and the only thing it does - lauch main task via EDX.

dhananjay_capge
New Contributor II

Re: Reload after task failed

Hi Yuriy,

Gr8 job.. could you please ellabrate the process..

Thanks,

DJ

umerikhlas
New Contributor III

Re: Reload after task failed

You can do it in this way as well from QMC..

Edit your task >>> go to Triggers tab >>> In Task Execution Options Section, Set Number of tries of your choice

Thanks & Regards

UI

yura_ratu
Contributor II

Re: Reload after task failed

Hi Umer,

Can't find such option. Could you share a screenshot please?

yura_ratu
Contributor II

Re: Reload after task failed

Hi Dhananjay,

Please read this  Using EDX in QlikView 11

to find out how to use EDX

umerikhlas
New Contributor III

Re: Reload after task failed

Since you have posted this in Publisher section, so it seems and I assumed that you are running a QV Publisher. If yes! Then open your QlikView Management Console. Under Status tab go to Tasks tab and edit the task for which you want to increase the Number of tries.

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Just done some quick research in this regard. Actually Number of tries for execution of task is based on Timeout i.e. 24 hrs (1440 mins) here. So you have to enter an average task execution/completion/failure time in Timeout so that it will give it another try.

refer this link also:

http://community.qlik.com/message/527054#527054

Thanks & Regards,

UI

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