COPYD at defined time

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COPYD at defined time

Postby meteo-mark » Fri May 16, 2014 7:27 pm

Hi,

following problem arises due to my first stept in datataker's world:

I want to send daily CSV-Data (0-24h) at 6:00 to my ftp-server (schedule "C" will send it at 0:00). how to implement an offset (without changing timezone!)?

Code of the Job:

BEGIN"CoRiIMG"

RA"Measuring"("b:",ALARMS:OV:100KB:W60,DATA:OV:1MB)10S
LOGONA
4SDI12("Wind-Dir_AVE~Deg",LM,AD0,R101,CM)
...

RB"SAVECSV-local"("b:",ALARMS:OV:100KB:W60)1H
LOGONB
DO{COPYD start=new dest=b:\DATA\}

RC"SAVECSV-Vienna"("b:",ALARMS:OV:100KB:W60)1D
LOGONC
DO{COPYD start=new id=2 dest=ftp://user:passwd@myftpserver/incoming/}

END

regards

Mark
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Re: COPYD at defined time

Postby Lokesh » Tue May 20, 2014 10:49 am

Hi Mark,

Good Morning ,

Am not sure if i understand the question correctly but you can use Time based trigger option to schedule upload at certain time of the day if that's what you are asking ?

Please see the below information from user Manual.

Trigger at Date/Time
Schedules can be triggered at particular times of day, days of the week, or dates. This is done by specifying the desired second, minute, hour, day, month and day of week on which to trigger, as follows:
[seconds:minutes:hours:day:month:weekday]

where
• seconds, minutes and hours specify the time of day at which the schedule should trigger, e.g. 0:0:17 for 5pm.
• day and month specify the date on which the schedule should trigger, e.g. 1:7 for 1st July.
• weekday specifies the day of the week on which the schedule will trigger. This is a number from 0 to 7, where 0 or 7 represents Sunday. The schedule will trigger if either the date or weekday condition matches.

Each of the six fields may be set to either:
• a single value, e.g. 3
• a list of values, e.g. 3,4,9
• a range of values, e.g. 3-12
• *, which means "all values"

Thus [0:0:12:*:*:*] will trigger the schedule daily at noon.

Examples
Trigger daily at 9:00am: RA[0:0:9]
Trigger every Monday morning at 10:30am RA[0:30:10:*:*:1]
Trigger at 4:00am on the first of every month RA[0:0:4:1]

Thanks
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