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Where does actuate store email address and text for scheduled 'jobs'

Where does actuate store email address and text for scheduled 'jobs'

Where does actuate store email address and text for scheduled 'jobs'

(OP)
Hello, and thanks in advance.

I run Actuate reports through an application called Maximo. When I submit a report to be scheduled
and enter the parameters, Actuate returns a confirmation page
indicating a job number and allows for some expanded details as well
(schedule info on when it will run, next run, etc.; report
filename/version/etc.; output doc...)

What I am looking for is confirmation of the actual email address
entered as well as the text. When (not if) I make a
mistake on keying them in (I had 12 running this morning from 3:40 to
5:50) and somewhere along the way, I glitched 2 email addresses. I can
go into the console and see the parameters I entered to make sure the
report generates correctly, but there does not seem to be a place for
the email info. Otherwise, I have to remove the entire schedule and create it again.

Thanks again

RE: Where does actuate store email address and text for scheduled 'jobs'

The email address is established when a user is added to the iServer through management console.

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