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Get an e-mail notification when an Automation Schedule fails

We have processes running that are releasing time, inventory etc. Often there is time assigned to a project that maybe has been completed and the Automation schedule fails or a user selects an inventory adjustment but doesn''t check quantities and the schedule fails. I have to check the screen daily. I would like to receive an e-mail when it it fails. 

  • Brian Rowerdink
  • Feb 1 2018
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  • Guest commented
    July 11, 2019 12:40

    This should be provided and not require users to have to create a GI (assuming they know how to write GI's and have a data dictionary the tells them the tables in Acumatica) or create a business event and format the message. 

  • Brian Rowerdink commented
    October 24, 2018 20:11

    Somehow I never saw this comment. Thanks!

  • Evgeniya Buriko (Analyst, Platform) commented
    July 09, 2018 10:51

    You can configure email notifications using Business Events. For it you need first create Generic Inquiry which will retrieve information about failed schedules form AUScheduleHistory table. And then create Business Event based on this inquiry, which will trigger when new record in failed state is appeared.