Hi all,

I read on the server Guide and implement like this, but it's not working. Current config now is work with send Email when create new task. This is my step:

  1. Create startprocess with the name: MailNotification_DailyTaskSummary and alt text
  2. Deploy to server and change the setting of Applicationalt text
  3. Set the time in system properties: EMail.DailyTaskSummary.TriggerTime -> 00:00alt text

This just work only one time when I restart Ivyserver. Thanks in advance for any idea support me about this problem!!!

asked 12.06.2014 at 05:36

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Xpert.ivy Server ensures that the daily task notification is only sent once a day. If you configure the time to send the mails to 13:00 and then after the mails are sent you configure it to 14:00 then it will not send the mails at 14:00 the same day but at 14:00 the day after today!

However, for testing reasons you may want that the mails are sent more than once a day. To do so reset the system property EMail.DailyTaskSummary.TriggerTime.lastExecution to 0. This has to be done in the system database directly because the property is not visible on the UI. See table IWA_SystemProperty. Afterwards restart the server. The mails are now sent at 14:00 of the current day.


answered 12.06.2014 at 08:48

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Thanks for your helping, now I can understand how to do it. I needn't change the time on DB, but I change the time on PC and it's work.

Thanks again!

(13.06.2014 at 03:55) khanh11166 khanh11166's gravatar image

In this case, is it nessesary to set Execution Time to 14:00 or can we let the time to 13:00?


answered 25.10.2017 at 03:53

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Thomas Wirz
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You can let the date at 13:00. But normally you may want to set it to a time in the future so that the mails are sent then. If 13:00 is in the past and you restart the server it won't sent the mails again that day but tommorrow.

(25.10.2017 at 09:11) Reto Weiss ♦♦ Reto%20Weiss's gravatar image
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