Starfish Scheduler

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The Scheduler is a run as Windows Service. It may installed on any server which has access to the web service, but for the sake of simplicity it is recommended to be installed the same server as the Starfish Engine. The Scheduler reads in the jobs’ configured schedules and launches them at the appropriate times.

Installation Steps

1. Run StarfishSchedulerSetup.msi on the desired server.

StarfishSchedulerSetupWizard.png


2. Select the installation folder, and the default access.

StarfishWizardInstallationFolder.png

3. Click next and complete installation.

4. It is recommended to update the default web service location. To do this, open the .config file in the install path (“C:\Program Files\Technology Advisors\Starfish Scheduler\StarfishScheduler.exe.config”) with a text editor.

5.

Schedulerurl.png

Near the end of the file, change http://servername/StarfishEngine.asmx to the location of your new web service (http://server_name/StarfishEngine/StarfishService.asmx).

6. A number of other options may be changed through this config file.

StarfishSchedulerConfigFile.png


Setting Description
SchedulePollMS Interval in milliseconds on how often the Service should cycle to check if it needs to execute any Jobs based on the schedules. Default is 5 seconds.
Commit True/False, whether Jobs executed through the Scheduler should be committed to the destination database. Default is True.
ChainJobs True/False, whether Jobs executed through the Scheduler should automatically call the next Job configured in Job Changing. Default is True.
LoggingLevel Level of logging to return through notification.0=None, 1=Low, 2=Medium, 3=High
FromAddress The email address notifications should come from.
FromDisplay The display name of the notification email address.
SMTPPort Port of your SMTP server. Default is port 25.