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Orchestrator User Guide
Last updated Dec 12, 2023

Non-Working Days

This enables you to define multiple lists of non-business days, per tenant, each with its own set of dates, on which you can configure your triggers to not run if needed. This means that, during public holidays, weekends, or any other day on which normal business activities are not being carried out, your long-run triggers can be configured such that they don't get launched. You can define or upload such calendars on the Non-Working Days tab, in the Settings page. A BankHoliday calendar is created by default, to help you define your first non-working days easier. Once the non-business days defined in the selected calendar are over, the trigger is launched as usual.

In order to apply any of these restrictions to your triggers, you need to select the desired calendar from the Non-working day restrictions drop-down when creating a new trigger or editing an existing one. You can select only one calendar for a trigger. Note that editing a calendar on the Non-Working Days tab also affects triggers that already have that calendar selected within the Non-working day restrictions drop-down.

Note: You cannot save a trigger with a timezone different than the timezone set at the tenant level (Settings page > General tab) because calendar restrictions cannot be applied in different timezones. A tenant without an explicitly defined timezone inherits it from the host.

Adding and removing non-working days is audited at the tenant level.

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