Timer - Data group
Select data group
Here you have the ability to select an application and one of its data groups
for the timer. For each data record in this data group, a corresponding timer
event will be generated.
Opens a dialog
where a filter for the data in the selected data group can be created.
Process each record in a separate transaction
Has the effect
that one access will occur for each individual data record. This
function is recommended when processing very large amounts of stored
data, such as for a data replication via a process, as errors will be
skipped and the transaction duration (and with it, the duration of
database locks) will be kept short.
This setting can also be used to send mass emails. With it, you can set
that in the case of any errors that occur, the entire sending process
will not fail, but rather that specific mails will only fail to send.
If the "Process each record in a separate transaction" setting is activated, an error
is not reported when the rest of the process contains errors (e.g. an
erroneous script in a Groovy action).
Each error in the process is simply logged. If this setting is deactivated,
the process is reported as erroneous as soon as an error occurs somewhere in the process.