Business jobs are a way to control what and when Sleipner shall check a given job. The action can then be communicated via the COM channel instance.
Normally, the event will only be triggered one time; however, if the Period template covers more than one day, the message will be every day in the period.
Accessing Business Jobs
Business Jobs function can be found in the menu under Automation Factory.
Under the Business Jobs tabs, you can create a new one by clicking the NEW button.
Enter in the applicable information for the Business Job.
Name: A unique name.
Job Type: Depending on the selected Job Type you will see different options:
Flight Status Eurocontrol
Vehicle, Human Resource, Company Activity
DataType: Data type area you want Sleipner to check.
Trigger Element: Trigger Element
Filter Type: Available filters depend on the selected Data Type. The filter controls what condition triggers Sleipner.
User: Sleipner (always Sleipner).
COM channel instance: Control how Sleipner will communicate the job.
Additional Receivers: These are the primary receivers. A message will be sent to the crew that matches the condition in "Data Type" and "Filter type".
E.g. If the Data type is "Company Activity" crew onboard a flight that matches the "Additional receivers" and the "Filter Type" will get a message.
Note: If this filter is "Unknown" all crew that matches the "Filter Type", will get the email.
Message: Message body created in Integration Factory.
Header: Header of the message.
Note: The Email header can only hold max. 80 characters.
Group: Refers to the e.g. Email/SMS type.
Addresses: This is a mandatory field. You can add a single or multiple email addresses separated with commas.
Static Period: Fixed date range.
Period template: Number of days before "current day, week, month, quarter, year, season
Note: In some occurrences when you use "Current Day" the "Days After" shall be 1 (not zero).
Frequency: Days of the week you want the job to run.
TimeFrom / TimeTo: The period of the day you want the job to run.
Cycle Time, Warning Threshold, Error Threshold: Time in seconds. In this example, the cycle should be 86400 seconds, as you will not get new expiries during the day.
Example 450 seconds = 15 mins
Active: The rule must be active.