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Creating reload tasks from tasks

You can create a reload task to an app from the tasks overview page.

The creation of a new reload task can be initiated in more than one way: 
  • From the apps overview page
  • From the Associated items on the App edit page
  • From the tasks overview page
  • From the hub by users with the appropriate permissions
  1. Open the QMC: https://<QPS server name>/qmc

  2. Select Tasks on the QMC start page or from the StartArrow down drop-down menu to display the overview.

  3. Click Create new Create new in the action bar.

    The Reload task edit page is displayed.

  4. Edit the properties.

    1. Type the name of the reload task in the Name field.
    2. Click Select app in the App name field.

      A dialog opens. In the dialog, double-click the app that you want to reload by this task.

      The dialog closes and the selected app is displayed in the App name field.

    3. You can change the Execution properties, see descriptions below. The task is Enabled Check mark by default. Clear the selection to disable the task.

    4. A task must have at least one trigger to be executed automatically. Manage the triggers by clicking ActionsArrow down in the Triggers table heading and selecting one of the following:
      • Create new once-only trigger, Create new hourly trigger, Create new daily trigger, Create new weekly trigger, or Create new monthly trigger. These are trigger shortcuts and the trigger that you select is added to the table instantly. The start value for the trigger is set to 5 minutes from when it was created and the trigger is enabled.
      • Create new scheduled trigger or Create new task event trigger to create a new trigger of the selected type (see the property descriptions below). A dialog opens. Edit the trigger and click OK to close the dialog and add the trigger to the table.
      • Delete if you want to delete the trigger that is selected in the table.
      • Edit if you want to open the edit dialog for the trigger that is selected in the table. Edit the trigger and click OK to close the dialog and save your changes.
    5. Optionally, apply tags.
    6. Optionally, apply custom properties.
  5. Click Apply in the action bar to apply and save your changes.

    Successfully added is displayed at the bottom of the page.

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