To use Ouvvi to schedule your Run Tool projects you will need to have first installed Ouvvi. If you haven't already done this you can find the details here.
By default this will use the Connection Library where the Ouvvi Processing Service is running from, not the Ouvvi Connection Library.
You need to start by creating an Ouvvi project to hold your Run Tool project. You can do this either by clicking onto the book icon at the top right of the page or by browsing to projects and clicking
Now you need to add the Run Tool project as a step go to
Add Step >
More... and then select
Data Sync RunTool Project from the list.
At a minimum you need to enter in the full path to the Run Tool project to be scheduled. If you want to make use of Ouvvi App Settings in your Run Tool Project then add each of them as a new line under the App Settings section.
Once you are done click
Save to save and create the step.
It is good practice to try running the project to make sure it runs as expected. To do this click the
Once the project is configured and running as expected, we need to add a trigger to schedule it to run. You can make use of the full Ouvvi trigger library to schedule this either by event based or time based triggers.
To add a trigger go to
Add Trigger and either select the trigger from the list or click on
more... to configure a new trigger. Select and configure the trigger you need and then add this to your project.
For more details on Triggers, please see our documentation here.
If it errors with the error
RunTool Project file not found then it is most likely that the agent cannot access the location where the Run Tool project is stored.
The first thing to do is check that the service user identity has access to the path of where the Run Tool project is stored. You may find that it is either a different user or the agent is running as Network Service.
To change this open the deployment manager and right click onto your Ouvvi instance. Select
Open Service Control Manager and then locate your Ouvvi Service.
Right click and go to
Log On and change the account to a user that can access the file location.
If the user is not already added as a user in Ouvvi you will need to do this now, and give them agent & admin permissions.