Guides

Edit Scheduled Tasks

In this page we will learn how to update a scheduled task.

To access this area, expand the Data menu item and click in Scheduled Tasks:

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From the list of scheduled tasks, click in the task you wish to change:

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In this page you can always change the name for this task:

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You will also be able to change the frequency at which it should run. You can choose between Hourly and Daily in the following field:

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If you choose hourly, you will have to provide the minute of each hour that this task should run:

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If you choose daily, you will have to provide the hour and minute of each day that this task should run:

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Then you can also change the source of your data. You can choose between Amazon's S3, Azure Blob and any FTP or SFTP server:

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Amazon Web Services S3

To use a AWS S3 bucket select Amazon Web Services S3 from the Storage selector:

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Then you will need to provide the bucket name:

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You will also have to provide the AWS Key:

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And the AWS Secret:

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You will also have to provide the region where your S3 bucket is located:

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And finally you need to provide the path to the file:

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Microsoft Azure Blob Storage

To use a Microsoft Azure Blob Storage container select Microsoft Azure Blob from the Storage selector:

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Then you will need to provide the account name:

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After that you will need to provide the container name:

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You will also have to provide the Azure Blob Storage access key:

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And finally you need to provide the path to the file:

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FTP Server

If you would like to use a FTP server, please select FTP (File Transfer Protocol) from the Storage selector:

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For an FTP server you must provide the host name and port number:

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You must also provide the username:

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And the password:

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If you server supports TLS (recommended), please check the following box:

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And if it uses a self-signed certificate, please check the following box:

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And finally you need to provide the path to the file:

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SFTP Server

If you would like to use a SFTP server, please select SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) from the Storage selector:

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For this type of storage, you have two authentication options. You can choose between the Using a Password or Using a Private Key options from Authentication Type selector:

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You must provide the host name and port number:

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And you must also provide the username:

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If you choose the option Using a Password, you must provide the password:

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If you've selected Using a Private Key instead, please provide the private key:

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And optionally, a passphrase (if applicable):

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And finally you need to provide the path to the file:

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When you are done configuring the source of your data, you should select which type of import job this scheduled task should perform:

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To learn more about import jobs, please read our guides located here.

Once you ready to made all the changes you want to your scheduled task, click in the Save Task button to save it:

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In this page you can also quickly test if everything is correct by hitting the Test Task button before actually creating the task:

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If everything is OK, you will see something like this:

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If there's something wrong, you will see an error like the one below:

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From this page you can also retry or delete a task. To retry a task, expand the Options menu and click in Retry:

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If you retrying a task that previously failed while transferring the file from the external source, you simply can click in Retry to force it to run again:

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But if the tasked failed while parsing the contents of the file for any reason, you can force it to run before a certain date, this usually needs to be a date before the last modified time of the file stored in the external source:

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But if the tasked failed while parsing the contents of the file for any reason, you can force it to run before a certain date, this usually needs to be a date before the last modified time of the file stored in the external source:

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Finally, deleting a task can be done by expanding the Options menu and click in Delete:

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