Settings Tab
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Article Summary

This page outlines the technical specifications and features of the Settings Tab within each River

Overview

The Settings Tab provides users with the ability to set and manage various configurations in Rivers. It provides a centralized location for all settings related tasks, making it easier for users to manage and maintain Rivers.

Working with the Settings Tab

Schedule Me

Once you've configured your River's Column Mapping step, you can either execute it on demand (by clicking Run at the bottom of the screen) or schedule it.

Click 'Schedule Me' under the Settings tab to access the scheduling options:
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Cron Expression

To set more custom scheduling frequencies, you can use a Cron expression. Rivery utilizes the quartz style format of cron expressions.

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You can enter your Cron expression under the Custom tab:

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If you'd like to use 'last day of month' syntax, use last instead of L.
For example, if you'd like to schedule the river to run every last day of the month at 22:30 PM, use the following syntax:

0 30 22 last * ? *


River scheduling options are tied to specific plans and are detailed in the following manner:

  • Starter Plan: Rivers can be scheduled down to 60-minute intervals.
  • Professional Plan: Rivers can be scheduled down to 15-minute intervals.
  • Enterprise Plan: Rivers can be scheduled down to 5-minute intervals.
  • Professional and higher plans offer advanced scheduling capabilities using custom Cron Expressions.


Notifications

If you would like to be notified upon a failure, warning, or when a run-time threshold is reached, simply set one of them to true and enter your email address.

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Please Note:
Since each table functions as a run in the background, an alert will be generated for every unsuccessful run (table). If the user intends to configure an alert for the "no data" indication, they can do so using the checkbox labeled "On Warning".



Sub Rivers

Sub Rivers allow smaller specialized processes to be nested within larger ones. These sub-processes can inherit main River settings or have unique parameters, enhancing flexibility and customization in data processing. Sub Rivers are supported in specific Sources; refer to the Sub Rivers document for details.


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