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Infoset Processing Scheduler
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03/01/2011 1:41 PM
    Anyone have any luck with setting up an infoset that refreshes at a smaller interval that one hour? I don't think that you can modify the cron expression in the QRTZ_CRON_TRIGGERS table like you can a true cron job.

    I know I can create something to simply call the url to do the update/process of the infoset.

    Just wondered if there was a more "native" way to handle this...
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    03/01/2011 1:48 PM
    Depending upon your version of LBI, there is now an option to schedule the Infoset updates. I don't know if you can set it to hourly however.
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    03/01/2011 1:52 PM
    We also need our infosets to be scheduled for every half hour. The way I approached this is to set up 2 schedules that would refresh every hour but set one time to start at say 11 AM and another to start at 11.30 AM.

    If you need additional infosets to be scheduled every 15 minutes than you would set up 2 more one to start at 11.15 and another to start at 11.45.
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    03/01/2011 1:56 PM
    David - it can be set to hourly, but not any more frequent than that. Thanks Ruma for that suggestion - that would probably work here. They originally wanted every 5 minutes but I think we can get it to 15 minutes and that would be more manageable...

    FYI - I did try modifying the cron expression but that did not work...
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    03/01/2011 2:37 PM
    Prior to SN having a native scheduler Lawsons proposed method was to use CRON or Windows Task Scheduler. Im not familiar with CRON but WTS can be set up to run by the minute interval.
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    03/01/2011 2:54 PM
    That was my fallback solution - and just have it call the url to do the update. Was just wanting to provide an "in the box" option if one existed.
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