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Module 6 in the Introduction to the Jitterbit Harmony Cloud Studio training course demonstrates creating a custom schedule to run the operation automatically on that schedule.
The operation created in Module 5 - RESTful Web Service is used as an example. However, a schedule may be applied on any operation.
In this module, you will add a schedule to the operation created in Module 5 - RESTful Web Service.
The completed operation will look like this:
For this module, you continue working within the same workflow as Module 5 and add a schedule to the operation:
The schedule should have a configuration similar to this:
When a schedule is assigned to an operation, a schedule icon appears in the top right of the operation:
Next, you re-deploy the operation so that the assigned schedule will take effect:
You can also remove or edit the schedule:
Oct 09, 2019