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Limit on reports dependent on another

Limit on reports dependent on another

Limit on reports dependent on another

(OP)
Hello,

In the Info Scheduler (v7.5), is there a limit on the number of reports that can run dependent on one query without specifying a specific start time?

Thanks for any help.

RE: Limit on reports dependent on another

Do you mean simultaneous executions of a report?

I'm not aware of any limitations, is there a specific reason you're asking, or are you receiving an error?

-k

RE: Limit on reports dependent on another

(OP)
I mean simultaneous executions of multiple reports. We have a number of reports that are dependent, yet have a scheduled time as well. As our server goes down fairly frequently, the reports do not queue up if the scheduled time has passed. We would like to make them dependent without having a scheduled time. I guess my question is will the scheduler queue them all up in succession without problems and is there a limited number that the scheduler can handle?

thanks

RE: Limit on reports dependent on another

Not aware of a limit, but it's been quite a while since I used SI.

-k

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