allow you to configure an XQuery main module to be run
at some point in the future.
The task can either be one time or recurring.
To create a scheduled task, click the
Create tab and specify when and how often you want the task
to be scheduled.
specifies the module to invoke. The task path must begin with a forward
slash (/) and cannot contain a question mark '?', colon ':' or
pound '#' character.
specifies the root directory (filesystem) or URI root (database)
that contains the module.
specifies the task type:
specifies how many minutes between each invocation of the module.
specifies how many hours and minutes between each invocation of the module.
specifies how many days between each invocation of the module and the time of day
(in 24:00 notation).
specifies how many weeks between each invocation of the module, check one or
more days of the week, and the time of day (in 24:00 notation) for the
task to start.
specifies how many months between each invocation of the module, select one day
of the month (1-31), and the time of day (in 24:00 notation) for the task to start.
specifies the start date in MM/DD/YYYY notation (for example, 07/29/2009
for July 29, 2009) and time in 24:00 notation.
specifies how often the module is to be invoked (every n
months, weeks, days, hours, or minutes).
specifies the days on which this task runs.
specifies the starting time (in 24:00 notation) for this task.
specifies the database to which the scheduled module connects for query
specifies the name of the database in which the scheduled module locates
XQuery application code. If set to (file system), then any files in the
specified task root directory are
executable (given the proper permissions). If set to a database,
then any documents in the database whose URI begins with the specified
task root directory are executable.
specifies the user with permission to invoke the module.
specifies the host computer on which the scheduled module is to be invoked.
specifies the priority of the task:
specifies the task should be queued with normal priority.
specifies the task should be queued with higher priority.