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Orchestrator User Guide
Last updated Mar 4, 2024

Managing triggers

Creating a trigger

You can create triggers:

  • from sources external to the workflow, either Orchestrator or Integration Service

  • from within the workflow, using trigger activities

Editing a trigger

Click the corresponding Edit button, make the intended changes, and then click Update in the Edit Trigger window.

Important:
  • To make trigger-specific updates, such as name, job priority, or runtimes, click the pencil icon.

Disabling a trigger

To disable a trigger, click the corresponding More Actions button, and then Disable. A disabled time trigger is marked by the icon in front of it. A disabled queue trigger is marked by the icon in front of it.

Alternatively, you can select it and then click the Disable icon.

You can also configure your trigger to get automatically disabled at a specific date and time in the future. You can do that as follows:

  1. Click the corresponding Edit button.
  2. Enable the Schedule automatic trigger disabling option.
  3. Fill in the desired date and time. The trigger time zone influences when the trigger gets disabled.
  4. Click Update for the changes to take effect.
    Important: By default, a trigger gets disabled automatically after 10 failed launches if it hadn’t been successfully launched in the last day.

    This value can be customized using the Triggers.DisableWhenFailedCount parameter.

Enabling a trigger

To enable a trigger, click the corresponding More Actions button, and then Enable. An enabled time trigger is marked by the icon in front of it. An enabled queue trigger is marked by the in front of it.

Alternatively, you can select it and then click the Enable icon.

Removing a trigger

To remove a trigger, click the corresponding More Actions button, and then Remove.

Alternatively, you can select it and then click Remove.

Displaying jobs started by a trigger

To display the jobs started by a specific trigger, click the More Actions button, and then View jobs. This displays the Jobs window, which comprises all the jobs executed in the past through the selected trigger (if any).

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