|Available in: Logi Info|| Source code name: Connection.Scheduler||Introduced in: v9.5.14|
Connection.Scheduler points to a running Scheduler service running as either an operating system service or console application.
Set the ServerName to the name or IP address of the computer running the Scheduler service. The default is “127.0.0.1”, which is the same as "localhost", and indicates that the Scheduler is running on the same computer as the web application.
Set the Port to the port address used to configure the Scheduler service. The Port must match the Port set in the Scheduler service’s _settings.lgx file. The default Scheduler Port is “56982”. In some cases the port number needs to be opened through a firewall.
Set the PassKey to the PassKey used to configure the Scheduler service.
It is possible to specify more than one Scheduler ServerName. This is done if more than one Scheduler service is running and services are sharing the same TASKS table in Oracle, SqlServer or MySQL database. These entries are delimited by a comma (i.e. SchedulerServer1,SchedulerServer2,SchedulerServer3).
If more than one Scheduler service is running, it is also possible to specify more than one port. These are also in a comma delimited list (i.e. 56982, 56987, 56585). These correspond to the entries in the ServerName attribute.
If multiple ServerNames are specified, the actual server to be connected to is selected randomly. If the selected server is not available, then another server is selected from the remaining names. If that fails as well, then the process is repeated until the list is exhausted.
Element Group:Logi Services