Displays the name of the queues configured by an administrator for the job. For more information on configuring the queues, see Configure Queues for Jobs in the Project Management User's Guide.
Sets the frequency with which the job runs. Jobs can be scheduled to run once or on a regular interval (daily, weekly, or monthly). Depending on the job frequency selected, additional controls display. These controls allow you to define more specific scheduling information. The scheduling controls can be changed only at job submission.
Sets the time to start running the job.
Opens the Optional Schedule Properties Dialog Box that you can use to define a start and end date.
Run on box
Contains a calendar from which you can select the run date. This option is available when you select Once from Run job.
Every X days
Specifies how many days pass between job runs. This option is available when you select Daily from Run job.
Every X weeks
Specifies how many weeks pass between job runs. In addition, you can select on which days the job runs. This option is available when you select Weekly from Run job.
Day X of the month
Specifies on which day of the month the job runs. This option is available when you select Monthly from Run job.
The X Y of the month
Specifies on which day of the month the job runs. For example, you can select the last Monday of the month. This option is available when you select Monthly from Run job.
Notifies you when the job starts, if Outlook is set up.
Notifies when the job completes, if Outlook is set up.
Notifies you if the job aborts, if Outlook is set up.
Selects the name of the person to be notified by e-mail of the job status, if Outlook is set up. If Outlook is not available, this option does not work. You can also type the address manually. The person you define here receives an email with the job log files after the job finishes.
The Batch Services SMTP option must be configured on the batch server for this to work. For more information, see the Intergraph Smart Batch Services documentation.
The WinZip application is no longer required on the batch server to compress any emailed attachments. Compression is now done with functionality included in Smart 3D.