Run Tool

Scheduling Run Tool Projects

Once you have built your Run Tool project, it is likely you will want this to run unattended. We have multiple options available for you to choose from and you can decide which of these you would prefer to use.

Windows Task Scheduler

You can use the built in scheduler from Microsoft to schedule each project to run. For details on how to configure this take a look at our documentation here.


If you would rather a program that is on your hardware, then you can use Ouvvi to schedule your Run Tool projects. Ouvvi contains both time and event based triggers and many step handler types. If you haven't used Ouvvi before then check out our training here.

Command Line

You can also run your Run Tool projects from the command line, passing in additional variables at runtime. Take a look at the documentation here for guidance on getting this configured.