Scheduler defines when and what connection should be performed. All CRUD actions are on one page. To add a new job for scheduler you need to fill out 3 required fields: title, connection and cron expression.


The defining of the cron expression can be done easily with the cron generator image10. Here you can choose the exactly or each timestamp when the job should be triggered. Setting all data, you will see a list of the nearest triggering timestamps.


The list of schedules displays next information: title, connection, cron, time of last success trigger, time of last failed trigger, duration time and status. If background of status grey, it means that job was not still triggered, if green - last performance was successful and red, if it was failed. There is also a switcher that gives you an ability to enable or disable schedule. The background of the whole row becomes grey if you disable schedule. The Action column has three additional icons: image1 - webhook, image2 - notifications, image3- start job (immediately).


Clicking on the webhook the application creates a webhook for the specific connection. Due to it the user can trigger this connection using only url. To get this url, just click on the image4. The url is stored in the buffer. Now you can paste it where you need.

Notifications are such functionality that allows you to be notified via emails when pre, post or alert event happens.


After clicking on add, provide name, event, notification type.


Choosing type you need to select template of that type and recipients who gets a notification.


After creating the notification you will see a list of notifications and search to look for them by name, event or notification type. Also, you can update or delete the corresponding notification, if you mouse over on one of them and click on the icon.


Update schedule gives an opportunity to update the name of the schedule.


There are three additional multiple actions for the selected schedules: start - trigger schedules, enable and disable which are on and off the jobs.