Bug #4753


create gui for scheduled execution of sensor workflows on server

Added by Daniel Crawl about 14 years ago. Updated about 13 years ago.

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Provide a GUI to specify workflows to periodically run on a server. Configuration parameters include: the workflow xml, how often to run the workflow, etc. Note that the gui should provide a read-only view of the workflow: allow the user to see the workflow, but not edit it (this helps disambiguate the functionalities of engineering view and vanilla kepler). Additionally, include a template capability to allow the same workflow for multiple sensors.

See figures 6 and 7 in

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Blocked by Kepler - Bug #4754: update metacat workflow execution schedulerResolvedJing Tao02/05/2010

Actions #1

Updated by Ilkay Altintas about 14 years ago

This should have an option to run a workflow continuously.

Another idea is, can we change the frequency of a workflow execution based on sensor data? This might require adding a parameter for automatic management, e.g., if a value goes above a threshold, run x times faster.

Actions #2

Updated by Daniel Crawl almost 14 years ago

This would be useful for any type of workflow, not just for the Engineering View.

Actions #3

Updated by Jing Tao over 13 years ago

Here are suggestions from Matt:
1)I in the scheduler, the list on the left should only show WF objects that can be scheduled.

2) Only being able to schedule wfs that have already been uploaded seems limiting. A better model would be to allow the user to schedule any wf (even local ones), but then prompt them that it will have to be uploaded to continue if its a local WF.

The third one - I make it as a new bug.

Actions #4

Updated by Jing Tao over 13 years ago

Item 1 on above was described in a new bug:

Item 2 on above was described in a new bug:

Actions #5

Updated by Jing Tao about 13 years ago

This a general bug. The specific bugs have been created and fixed.

Actions #6

Updated by Derik Barseghian about 13 years ago

changing bugs from REAP to Kepler product

Actions #7

Updated by Redmine Admin almost 11 years ago

Original Bugzilla ID was 4753


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