4 Replies Latest reply on May 14, 2014 11:24 PM by tksmith

    Hourly report schedule

    tksmith

      Can I schedule reports in STM that run more often that Once a day?

        • Re: Hourly report schedule
          cdekort

          What version of SM are you using? I'm not sure if this has been addressed in the later versions of SM, but in 5.3.x you can do it, but it's a tad messy...

          Example: You want a report to run every 4 hours & emailed to you: Go to Reports > Report Schedules and create a New Schedule ( You will need a schedule for every time period that you want the report to run 4am, 8am, 12pm, 4pm, 8pm, 12am;

          Create a new schedule, Select Daily as the Frequency as Daily & Time to run (e.g. 4am) - Fill in the rest of the details/ mail recipients / report you want to run etc & save it.

          Then create another schedule with the next time period 8am with the same details, keep going until you have all the times you want...

           

          I'm sure dsbalcau or one the guys on the later version of SM can confirm wether this has been addressed in the later versions, otherwise will need to raise a Feature Request to have it added.

           

          Edit: I've had a look on the v5.6 interactive demo and the schedule is still the same as 5.3.x

          I'vel raised a FR for this as I'd imagine I'm not the only one who'd like a report ran more than once a day without having to create multiple schedules.

           

          Chris

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          • Re: Hourly report schedule
            dalelsw

            A scheduling mechanism with the flexibility of "cron" would be extremely useful.

            Eg:Schedules such as:

            * Every hour, between 9am to 5pm, on week days.

            * 30 minutes past every 6th hour (eg: 0:30, 6:30, 12:30, 18:30).

            * Every 10 minutes, to update a "

             

            Conditional schedules would also be useful.

            Eg:

            * Send a report every hour, but only if one of the reported metrics are over/under threshold.