Scheduled Task Admin does not provide Daily Every option

Somewhat surprising that this hasn’t been mentioned here before

ACF Admin provides the option for Daily Every: Hours Minutes Seconds

Lucee Admin is missing this functionality.

The only way to create a task with intervals less than 1 day is via
cfschedule

I created an issue if anyone want to comment

https://luceeserver.atlassian.net/browse/LDEV-667

Hi Jay

Lucee does allow this via the admin.

If you first create the task in with the default interval of
“every…”, you will then be able to provide more detail on the next
screen, including setting the interval you want, e.g. every 1 hour.

Cheers
Julian.On 10 December 2015 at 19:24, Jay B <@Jay_B> wrote:

ACF Admin provides the option for Daily Every: Hours Minutes Seconds

Lucee Admin is missing this functionality.

The only way to create a task with intervals less than 1 day is via
cfschedule

Huh,

So it does. To me the drop down doesn’t suggest that.

every…
once
daily

feels like it reads

select…
once
daily

etc

Non intuitive (to me at least)

I’ll update the issue to bring it up at least.

ThanksOn Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 12:44:39 PM UTC-7, Julian Halliwell wrote:

Hi Jay

Lucee does allow this via the admin.

If you first create the task in with the default interval of
“every…”, you will then be able to provide more detail on the next
screen, including setting the interval you want, e.g. every 1 hour.

Cheers
Julian.

On 10 December 2015 at 19:24, Jay B <jbi...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:

ACF Admin provides the option for Daily Every: Hours Minutes Seconds

Lucee Admin is missing this functionality.

The only way to create a task with intervals less than 1 day is via
cfschedule

Good point. Done.

ThanksOn Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 1:14:57 PM UTC-7, Julian Halliwell wrote:

Agreed, it’s not clear. I think your ticket’s valid, but might be in
idea to edit the title.

On 10 December 2015 at 19:56, Jay B <jbi...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:

Non intuitive (to me at least)

I guess it’s made worse by the ability to set all other intervals from the
create page but with every… you need to create the task & -then- set the
interval.On Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 12:56:31 PM UTC-7, Jay B wrote:

Huh,

So it does. To me the drop down doesn’t suggest that.

every…
once
daily

feels like it reads

select…
once
daily

etc

Non intuitive (to me at least)

I’ll update the issue to bring it up at least.

Thanks

On Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 12:44:39 PM UTC-7, Julian Halliwell wrote:

Hi Jay

Lucee does allow this via the admin.

If you first create the task in with the default interval of
“every…”, you will then be able to provide more detail on the next
screen, including setting the interval you want, e.g. every 1 hour.

Cheers
Julian.

On 10 December 2015 at 19:24, Jay B jbi...@gmail.com wrote:

ACF Admin provides the option for Daily Every: Hours Minutes Seconds

Lucee Admin is missing this functionality.

The only way to create a task with intervals less than 1 day is via
cfschedule

Agreed, it’s not clear. I think your ticket’s valid, but might be in
idea to edit the title.On 10 December 2015 at 19:56, Jay B <@Jay_B> wrote:

Non intuitive (to me at least)

As a side note, does anyone know how to set a schedule to run every 10
seconds? I’d like to run a heartbeat on my server even when people aren’t
online, but once every minute would be too slow for what I have in mind.On Mon, May 9, 2016 at 4:17 AM, Bill Wheatley <@Bill_Wheatley> wrote:

Thanks that saved me a big headache. :slight_smile:

On Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 2:44:39 PM UTC-5, Julian Halliwell wrote:

Hi Jay

Lucee does allow this via the admin.

If you first create the task in with the default interval of
“every…”, you will then be able to provide more detail on the next
screen, including setting the interval you want, e.g. every 1 hour.

Cheers
Julian.

On 10 December 2015 at 19:24, Jay B jbi...@gmail.com wrote:

ACF Admin provides the option for Daily Every: Hours Minutes Seconds

Lucee Admin is missing this functionality.

The only way to create a task with intervals less than 1 day is via
cfschedule


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Thanks that saved me a big headache. :)On Thursday, December 10, 2015 at 2:44:39 PM UTC-5, Julian Halliwell wrote:

Hi Jay

Lucee does allow this via the admin.

If you first create the task in with the default interval of
“every…”, you will then be able to provide more detail on the next
screen, including setting the interval you want, e.g. every 1 hour.

Cheers
Julian.

On 10 December 2015 at 19:24, Jay B <jbi...@gmail.com <javascript:>> wrote:

ACF Admin provides the option for Daily Every: Hours Minutes Seconds

Lucee Admin is missing this functionality.

The only way to create a task with intervals less than 1 day is via
cfschedule

Phillip, maybe a gateway would work for you. In case you haven’t used them
or created them, the best resource available is the Railo
wiki: https://github.com/getrailo/railo/wiki/Event-Gateways