Schedule a reset

Applies to User Roles:

System Administrator

If you chose to schedule a reset by clicking the Schedule button on the reset prompt you are prompted with a schedule dialog, Service Manager displays a schedule form.

To schedule a reset:

  1. Provide a date in a DD/MM/YYYY format in the Date/Time to run field.
  2. Provide a time in an HH:MM:SS format the Date/Time to run field.
  3. Select a Repeat Interval option to reset the file on a regular basis. This setting is optional. The interval period starts from the time and date set in steps 2 and 3.
    • Monthly – reset once a month.
    • Quarterly – reset every three months.
    • Semi-annually – reset every six months.
    • Annually – reset once a year.
    • Other – reset in the specified number of days, at the specified time.

      Use the dd hh:mm:ss format, where dd is the number of days from the initial date and time, and hh:mm:ss is the time of day. For example, 26 10:00:00 schedules the reset to run at 10 a.m., 26 days from the initial reset date and time set in the Date/Time to run field.
  4. Click Schedule to confirm the reset action.

Related topics

Regenerating database keys
Resetting a database table
Resetting the database and all records

Regen a database dictionary
Regenerate database keys
Reset a database table from Database Manager
Schedule a regeneration