To schedule with Task Scheduler, open Windows Task Scheduler and create a folder to hold your scheduled tasks. You can do this by going to the Actions Window and selecting
To create a task either right click into the task window and select
Create New Task or go to the Actions Window to the right and select
Enter in a name and description for the task, and make sure to set the security options to the correct user account that has permission to run the task.
To add the Run Tool Project to the task, click onto the
Actions tab and click on
Now enter in the path to the Run Tool exe in the
Program/Script field. You can use
"%DATASYNCINSTALLPATH%\Simego.DataSync.Run32.exe" or browse to the location.
For the Add arguments field enter in
-e and the name of the project to run followed by .dsrun for the Run Tool or .dsprj for a single Data Sync step. An example of what could be entered is:
If your project is in a different directory you can enter the path in the Start field. For example
Now we can create the schedule to run the project.
Go to the trigger tab and click on
New to define the schedule that you want the project to run on.
The example below shows a possible configuration for a Start of Day trigger.
Set how frequently you want it to run (e.g. Daily), a start time, and set the recurrence frequency. We also recommend setting a stop task if it runs longer than, in-case there is an error.
You can now check the task runs as expected by right clicking and selecting
Run from the menu.
The result will be a code returned in the Last Run Result column.
0x0code will be returned.
0x1code will be returned. Check out the log file in the .ds folder for more details.
You may also want to enable task history so then you can see when the task ran. This can be done from the Actions window to the right.
If you are getting errors or the task is not running, please check Windows Event Viewer for any error messages. This will be where you can find details about the running of the task.
If you are getting the
0x1 error code in Task Scheduler then this is being returned by Data Sync. Have a look in the log files in the
.ds folder for that run to see what the error was.