Step 3: Install and Configure the Scheduler

Scheduler Setup

Exago's scheduler component is used to regularly execute and deliver reports in an automated fashion. It can also be used to turn a machine into a "remote execution" engine to add additional execution resources to Exago. For information on installing and configuring the scheduler service, see the articles below:

Installing the Scheduler Service

Scheduler Configuration

Load Balancing Execution


Scheduling Reports

Scheduling a report for execution is relatively simple, and can be done through the Exago API, or the Exago user interface. Through the interface users can create, update and delete schedules, and check execution status of scheduled reports. The administrator can limit users to see only schedules that they have created, or only schedules that someone from their own company has created. For more information on how to schedule reports, see the article below:

Scheduling a Report


The next section outlines customizing Exago on a per-role basis, and the relationship between the Administration Console and the Exago API.


Step 2: Integrate Step 4: Administration Console and API


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