Identity Cloud

Configure schedules

You can schedule tasks and events using:

Each schedule configuration has the following format:

{
 "enabled"             : boolean,
 "persisted"           : boolean,
 "recoverable"         : boolean,
 "concurrentExecution" : boolean,
 "type"                : "simple | cron",
 "repeatInterval"      : (optional) integer,
 "repeatCount"         : (optional) integer,
 "startTime"           : "(optional) time",
 "endTime"             : "(optional) time",
 "schedule"            : "cron expression",
 "misfirePolicy"       : "optional, string",
 "invokeService"       : "service identifier",
 "invokeContext"       : "service specific context info",
 "invokeLogLevel"      : "(optional) level"
}

Schedule configuration properties

The schedule configuration properties are defined as follows:

enabled

Set to true to enable the schedule. When this property is false, Identity Cloud considers the schedule configuration dormant, and does not allow it to be triggered or launched.

If you want to retain a schedule configuration, but do not want it used, set enabled to false for task and event schedulers, instead of changing the configuration or cron expressions.

persisted (optional)

Specifies whether the schedule state should be persisted or stored only in RAM. Boolean (true or false), false by default.

If the schedule is stored only in RAM, the schedule will be lost when Identity Cloud is restarted.

recoverable (optional)

Specifies whether jobs that have failed mid-execution (as a result of a JVM crash or otherwise unexpected termination) should be recovered. Boolean (true or false), false by default.

concurrentExecution

Specifies whether multiple instances of the same schedule can run concurrently. Boolean (true or false), false by default. Multiple instances of the same schedule cannot run concurrently by default. This setting prevents a new scheduled task from being launched before the same previously launched task has completed. For example, under normal circumstances you would want a liveSync operation to complete before the same operation was launched again. To enable multiple schedules to run concurrently, set this parameter to true. The behavior of missed scheduled tasks is governed by the misfire policy.

type

The trigger type, either simple or cron.

To decide which trigger type to use, refer to the Quartz documentation on SimpleTriggers and CronTriggers.

repeatCount

Used only for simple triggers ("type" : "simple").

The number of times the schedule must be repeated. The repeat count can be 0, a positive integer, or -1. A value of -1 indicates that the schedule should repeat indefinitely.

If you do not specify a repeat count, the value defaults to -1.

repeatInterval

Used only for simple triggers ("type" : "simple").

Specifies the interval, in milliseconds, between trigger firings. The repeat interval must be zero or a positive long value. If you set the repeat interval to zero, the scheduler will trigger repeatCount firings concurrently (or as close to concurrently as possible).

If you do not specify a repeat interval, the value defaults to 0.

startTime (optional)

This parameter starts the schedule at some time in the future. If the parameter is omitted, empty, or set to a time in the past, the task or event is scheduled to start immediately.

Use ISO 8601 format to specify times and dates (yyyy-MM-dd’T’HH:mm:ss).

To specify a time zone, include the time zone at the end of the startTime, in the format +|-hh:mm; for example 2017-10-31T15:53:00+05:00. If you specify both a startTime and an endTime, they must have the same time zone.

endTime (optional)

Specifies when the schedule must end, in ISO 8601 format (yyyy-MM-dd’T’HH:mm:ss+|-hh:mm.

schedule

Used only for cron triggers ("type" : "cron").

Takes cron expression syntax. For more information, refer to the CronTrigger Tutorial and Lesson 6: CronTrigger.

misfirePolicy

For persistent schedules, this optional parameter specifies the behavior if the scheduled task is missed, for some reason. Possible values are as follows:

  • fireAndProceed. The first run of a missed schedule is immediately launched when the server is back online. Subsequent runs are discarded. After this, the normal schedule is resumed.

  • doNothing. All missed schedules are discarded and the normal schedule is resumed when the server is back online.

invokeService

Defines the type of scheduled event or action. The value of this parameter can be one of the following:

  • sync for reconciliation.

  • provisioner for liveSync.

  • script to call some other scheduled operation defined in a script.

  • taskScanner to define a scheduled task that queries a set of objects. For more information, refer to Scan data to trigger tasks.

invokeContext

Specifies contextual information, depending on the type of scheduled event (the value of the invokeService parameter).

The following example invokes reconciliation:

{
    "invokeService": "sync",
    "invokeContext": {
        "action": "reconcile",
        "mapping": "systemLdapAccount_managedUser"
    }
}

The following example invokes a liveSync operation:

{
    "invokeService": "provisioner",
    "invokeContext": {
        "action": "liveSync",
        "source": "system/ldap/__ACCOUNT__"
    }
}

For scheduled liveSync tasks, the source property follows Identity Cloud’s convention for a pointer to an external resource object and takes the form system/resource-name/object-type.

The following example invokes a script, which prints the node ID performing the scheduled job and the time to the console.

{
    "enabled" : true,
    "type": "simple",
    "repeatInterval": 3600000,
    "persisted" : true,
    "concurrentExecution" : false,
    "invokeService": "script",
    "invokeContext": {
        "script" : {
            "type" : "text/javascript",
            "source" : "java.lang.System.out.println('Job executing on ' + identityServer.getProperty('openidm.node.id') + ' at: ' + java.lang.System.currentTimeMillis());"
        }
    }
}

These are sample configurations only. Your schedule configuration will differ according to your specific requirements.

invokeLogLevel (optional)

Specifies the level at which the invocation will be logged. Particularly for schedules that run very frequently, such as liveSync, the scheduled task can generate significant output to the log file, and you should adjust the log level accordingly. The default schedule log level is info. The value can be set to any one of the SLF4J log levels:

  • trace

  • debug

  • info

  • warn

  • error

  • fatal

Manage schedules using REST

The scheduler service is exposed under the /openidm/scheduler context path. Within this context path, the defined scheduled jobs are accessible at /openidm/scheduler/job. A job is the actual task that is run. Each job contains a trigger that starts the job. The trigger defines the schedule according to which the job is executed. You can read and query the existing triggers on the /openidm/scheduler/trigger context path.

The following examples show how schedules are validated, created, read, queried, updated, and deleted, over REST, by using the scheduler service.

When you configure schedules over REST, changes made to the schedules are not pushed back into the configuration service. Managing schedules by using the /openidm/scheduler/job context path essentially bypasses the configuration service and sends the request directly to the scheduler.

Validate cron trigger expressions

Schedules are defined using Quartz cron or simple triggers. If you use a cron trigger, you can validate your cron expression by sending the expression as a JSON object to the scheduler context path:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Content-Type: application/json" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request POST \
--data '{
    "cronExpression": "0 0/1 * * * ?"
}' \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job?_action=validateQuartzCronExpression"
{
  "valid": true
}

Define a schedule

To define a new schedule, send a PUT or POST request to the scheduler/job context path with the details of the schedule in the JSON payload. A PUT request lets you specify the ID of the schedule. A POST request assigns an ID automatically.

The following example uses a PUT request to create a schedule that fires a script every second. The example assumes the script exists in the specified location. The schedule configuration is as described in Configure Schedules:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Content-Type: application/json" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request PUT \
--data '{
    "enabled": true,
    "type": "cron",
    "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
    "persisted": true,
    "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
    "invokeService": "script",
    "invokeContext": {
        "script": {
            "type": "text/javascript",
            "file": "script/testlog.js"
        }
    }
}' \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job/testlog-schedule"
{
  "_id": "testlog-schedule",
  "enabled": true,
  "persisted": true,
  "recoverable": false,
  "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
  "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
  "repeatInterval": 0,
  "repeatCount": 0,
  "type": "cron",
  "invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
  "invokeContext": {
    "script": {
      "type": "text/javascript",
      "file": "script/testlog.js"
    }
  },
  "invokeLogLevel": "info",
  "startTime": null,
  "endTime": null,
  "concurrentExecution": false,
  "triggers": [
    {
      "calendar": null,
      "group": "scheduler-service-group",
      "jobKey": "scheduler-service-group.testlog-schedule",
      "name": "trigger-testlog-schedule",
      "nodeId": "node1",
      "previousState": null,
      "serialized": {
        "type": "CronTriggerImpl",
        "calendarName": null,
        "cronEx": {
          "cronExpression": "0/1 * * * * ?",
          "timeZone": "Africa/Johannesburg"
        },
        "description": null,
        "endTime": null,
        "fireInstanceId": "node1_1570611359345",
        "group": "scheduler-service-group",
        "jobDataMap": {
          "scheduler.invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
          "scheduler.config-name": "scheduler-testlog-schedule",
          "scheduler.invokeContext": {
            "script": {
              "type": "text/javascript",
              "file": "script/testlog.js"
            }
          },
          "schedule.config": {
            "enabled": true,
            "persisted": true,
            "recoverable": false,
            "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
            "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
            "repeatInterval": 0,
            "repeatCount": 0,
            "type": "cron",
            "invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
            "invokeContext": {
              "script": {
                "type": "text/javascript",
                "file": "script/testlog.js"
              }
            },
            "invokeLogLevel": "info",
            "startTime": null,
            "endTime": null,
            "concurrentExecution": false
          },
          "scheduler.invokeLogLevel": "info"
        },
        "jobGroup": "scheduler-service-group",
        "jobName": "testlog-schedule",
        "misfireInstruction": 1,
        "name": "trigger-testlog-schedule",
        "nextFireTime": 1570611569000,
        "previousFireTime": 1570611568000,
        "priority": 5,
        "startTime": 1570611391000,
        "volatility": false
      },
      "state": "NORMAL",
      "_rev": "000000001d4724d6",
      "_id": "scheduler-service-group.trigger-testlog-schedule"
    }
  ],
  "previousRunDate": "2019-10-09T08:59:28.000Z",
  "nextRunDate": "2019-10-09T08:59:29.000Z"
}

The previous output includes the trigger that was created as part of the scheduled job, as well as the nextRunDate for the job. For more information about the trigger properties, refer to Query Schedule Triggers.

The following example uses a POST request to create an identical schedule to the one created in the previous example, but with a server-assigned ID:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Content-Type: application/json" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request POST \
--data '{
    "enabled": true,
    "type": "cron",
    "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
    "persisted": true,
    "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
    "invokeService": "script",
    "invokeContext": {
        "script": {
            "type": "text/javascript",
            "file": "script/testlog.js"
        }
    }
}' \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job?_action=create"
{
  "_id": "b12e4a77-a626-4a38-a1dc-8edc7498ca1c",
  "enabled": true,
  "persisted": true,
  "recoverable": false,
  "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
  "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
  "repeatInterval": 0,
  "repeatCount": 0,
  "type": "cron",
  "invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
  "invokeContext": {
    "script": {
      "type": "text/javascript",
      "file": "script/testlog.js"
    }
  },
  "invokeLogLevel": "info",
  "startTime": null,
  "endTime": null,
  "concurrentExecution": false,
  "triggers": [
    {
      "calendar": null,
      "group": "scheduler-service-group",
      "jobKey": "scheduler-service-group.b12e4a77-a626-4a38-a1dc-8edc7498ca1c",
      "name": "trigger-b12e4a77-a626-4a38-a1dc-8edc7498ca1c",
      "nodeId": null,
      "previousState": null,
      "serialized": {
        "type": "CronTriggerImpl",
        "calendarName": null,
        "cronEx": {
          "cronExpression": "0/1 * * * * ?",
          "timeZone": "Africa/Johannesburg"
        },
        "description": null,
        "endTime": null,
        "fireInstanceId": null,
        "group": "scheduler-service-group",
        "jobDataMap": {
          "scheduler.invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
          "scheduler.config-name": "scheduler-b12e4a77-a626-4a38-a1dc-8edc7498ca1c",
          "scheduler.invokeContext": {
            "script": {
              "type": "text/javascript",
              "file": "script/testlog.js"
            }
          },
          "schedule.config": {
            "enabled": true,
            "persisted": true,
            "recoverable": false,
            "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
            "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
            "repeatInterval": 0,
            "repeatCount": 0,
            "type": "cron",
            "invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
            "invokeContext": {
              "script": {
                "type": "text/javascript",
                "file": "script/testlog.js"
              }
            },
            "invokeLogLevel": "info",
            "startTime": null,
            "endTime": null,
            "concurrentExecution": false
          },
          "scheduler.invokeLogLevel": "info"
        },
        "jobGroup": "scheduler-service-group",
        "jobName": "b12e4a77-a626-4a38-a1dc-8edc7498ca1c",
        "misfireInstruction": 1,
        "name": "trigger-b12e4a77-a626-4a38-a1dc-8edc7498ca1c",
        "nextFireTime": 1570611659000,
        "previousFireTime": null,
        "priority": 5,
        "startTime": 1570611659000,
        "volatility": false
      },
      "state": "NORMAL",
      "_rev": "000000009e2e2212",
      "_id": "scheduler-service-group.trigger-b12e4a77-a626-4a38-a1dc-8edc7498ca1c"
    }
  ],
  "previousRunDate": null,
  "nextRunDate": "2019-10-09T09:00:59.000Z"
}

The output includes the generated _id of the schedule, in this case:

"_id": "b12e4a77-a626-4a38-a1dc-8edc7498ca1c"

View scheduled job details

The following example displays the details of the schedule created in the previous example. Specify the job ID in the URL:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request GET \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job/testlog-schedule"
{
  "_id": "testlog-schedule",
  "enabled": true,
  "persisted": true,
  "recoverable": false,
  "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
  "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
  "repeatInterval": 0,
  "repeatCount": 0,
  "type": "cron",
  "invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
  "invokeContext": {
    "script": {
      "type": "text/javascript",
      "file": "script/testlog.js"
    }
  },
  "invokeLogLevel": "info",
  "startTime": null,
  "endTime": null,
  "concurrentExecution": false,
  "triggers": [
    {
      "calendar": null,
      "group": "scheduler-service-group",
      "jobKey": "scheduler-service-group.testlog-schedule",
      "name": "trigger-testlog-schedule",
      "nodeId": null,
      "previousState": null,
      "serialized": {
        "type": "CronTriggerImpl",
        "calendarName": null,
        "cronEx": {
          "cronExpression": "0/1 * * * * ?",
          "timeZone": "Africa/Johannesburg"
        },
        "description": null,
        "endTime": null,
        "fireInstanceId": "node1_1570611359712",
        "group": "scheduler-service-group",
        "jobDataMap": {
          "scheduler.invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
          "scheduler.config-name": "scheduler-testlog-schedule",
          "scheduler.invokeContext": {
            "script": {
              "type": "text/javascript",
              "file": "script/testlog.js"
            }
          },
          "schedule.config": {
            "enabled": true,
            "persisted": true,
            "recoverable": false,
            "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
            "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
            "repeatInterval": 0,
            "repeatCount": 0,
            "type": "cron",
            "invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
            "invokeContext": {
              "script": {
                "type": "text/javascript",
                "file": "script/testlog.js"
              }
            },
            "invokeLogLevel": "info",
            "startTime": null,
            "endTime": null,
            "concurrentExecution": false
          },
          "scheduler.invokeLogLevel": "info"
        },
        "jobGroup": "scheduler-service-group",
        "jobName": "testlog-schedule",
        "misfireInstruction": 1,
        "name": "trigger-testlog-schedule",
        "nextFireTime": 1570611719000,
        "previousFireTime": 1570611718000,
        "priority": 5,
        "startTime": 1570611391000,
        "volatility": false
      },
      "state": "NORMAL",
      "_rev": "000000002d1c2465",
      "_id": "scheduler-service-group.trigger-testlog-schedule"
    }
  ],
  "previousRunDate": "2019-10-09T09:01:58.000Z",
  "nextRunDate": "2019-10-09T09:01:59.000Z"
}

Query scheduled jobs

You can query defined and running scheduled jobs using a regular query filter.

The following query returns the IDs of all defined schedules:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request GET \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job?_queryFilter=true&_fields=_id"
{
  "result": [
    {
      "_id": "reconcile_systemLdapAccounts_managedUser"
    },
    {
      "_id": "testlog-schedule"
    }
  ]
  ...
}

The following query returns the IDs, enabled status, and next run date of all defined schedules:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request GET \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job?_queryFilter=true&_fields=_id,enabled,nextRunDate"
{
  "result": [
    {
      "_id": "reconcile_systemLdapAccounts_managedUser",
      "enabled": false,
      "nextRunDate": null
    },
    {
      "_id": "testlog-schedule",
      "enabled": true,
      "nextRunDate": "2019-10-09T09:43:17.000Z"
    }
  ]
  ...
}

Update a schedule

To update a schedule definition, use a PUT request and update all the static properties of the object.

This example disables the testlog schedule created in the previous example by setting "enabled":false:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Content-Type: application/json" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request PUT \
--data '{
    "enabled": false,
    "type": "cron",
    "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
    "persisted": true,
    "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
    "invokeService": "script",
    "invokeContext": {
        "script": {
            "type": "text/javascript",
            "file": "script/testlog.js"
        }
    }
}' \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job/testlog-schedule"
{
  "_id": "testlog-schedule",
  "enabled": false,
  "persisted": true,
  "recoverable": false,
  "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
  "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
  "repeatInterval": 0,
  "repeatCount": 0,
  "type": "cron",
  "invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
  "invokeContext": {
    "script": {
      "type": "text/javascript",
      "file": "script/testlog.js"
    }
  },
  "invokeLogLevel": "info",
  "startTime": null,
  "endTime": null,
  "concurrentExecution": false,
  "triggers": [],
  "previousRunDate": null,
  "nextRunDate": null
}

When you disable a schedule, all triggers are removed, and the nextRunDate is set to null. If you re-enable the schedule, a new trigger is generated, and the nextRunDate is recalculated.

List running scheduled jobs

This example returns a list of the jobs that are currently executing. The list lets you decide whether to wait for a specific job to complete before shutting down a server.

  • The request only returns jobs currently executing on the node that processes the request.

  • The list is accurate only at the moment the request was issued, and can change at any time after the response is received.

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request POST \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job?_action=listCurrentlyExecutingJobs"
[
  {
    "enabled": true,
    "persisted": true,
    "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
    "type": "simple",
    "repeatInterval": 3600000,
    "repeatCount": -1,
    "invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.sync",
    "invokeContext": {
      "action": "reconcile",
      "mapping": "systemLdapAccounts_managedUser"
    },
    "invokeLogLevel": "info",
    "timeZone": null,
    "startTime": null,
    "endTime": null,
    "concurrentExecution": false
  }
]

Trigger a schedule manually

For testing purposes, and for certain administrative tasks, you can trigger a scheduled task manually, outside of its specified schedule. A scheduled task must be enabled before it can be triggered.

This command triggers the testlog-schedule job created previously:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request POST \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job/testlog-schedule?_action=trigger"
{
  "success": true
}

This action is available only from version 2.0 of the scheduler API onwards.

Pause and resume a scheduled job

Instead of deleting and recreating scheduled jobs, you can pause and resume them if necessary. This command pauses the testlog-schedule job:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request POST \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job/testlog-schedule?_action=pause"
{
  "success": true
}

This command resumes the testlog-schedule job:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request POST \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job/testlog-schedule?_action=resume"
{
  "success": true
}

These actions are available only from version 2.0 of the scheduler API onwards.

Query schedule triggers

When a scheduled job is created, a trigger for that job is created automatically and is included in the schedule definition. The trigger is essentially what causes the job to be started. You can read all the triggers that have been generated on a system with the following query on the openidm/scheduler/trigger context path:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request GET \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/trigger?_queryFilter=true"
{
  "result": [
    {
      "_id": "scheduler-service-group.trigger-testlog-schedule",
      "_rev": "00000000db3523f1",
      "calendar": null,
      "group": "scheduler-service-group",
      "jobKey": "scheduler-service-group.testlog-schedule",
      "name": "trigger-testlog-schedule",
      "nodeId": "node1",
      "previousState": null,
      "serialized": {
      ...
      },
      "state": "NORMAL"
    }
  ]
}

The trigger object contents are:

_id

The ID of the trigger, which is based on the schedule ID. The trigger ID is made up of the group name, followed by trigger- prepended to the schedule ID: group.trigger-schedule-id. For example, if the schedule ID was testlog-schedule, then the trigger ID would be scheduler-service-group.trigger-testlog-schedule.

_rev

The revision of the trigger object. This property is reserved for internal use and specifies the revision of the object in the repository. This is the same value that is exposed as the object’s ETag through the REST API. The content of this property is not defined. No consumer should make any assumptions of its content beyond equivalence comparison.

previousState

The previous state of the trigger, before its current state. For a description of Quartz trigger states, refer to the Quartz API documentation.

name

The trigger name, which matches the ID of the schedule that created the trigger, with trigger- added: trigger-schedule-id.

state

The current state of the trigger. For a description of Quartz trigger states, refer to the Quartz API documentation.

nodeId

The ID of the node that has acquired the trigger, useful in a clustered deployment. If the trigger has not been acquired by a node yet, this will return null.

calendar

This is a part of the Quartz implementation, but is not currently supported by Identity Cloud. This will always return null.

serialized

The JSON serialization of the trigger class.

group

The name of the group that the trigger is in, always scheduler-service-group.

jobKey

The name of the job associated with the trigger: group.schedule-id.

To read the contents of a specific trigger, send a GET request to the trigger ID; for example:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request GET \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/trigger/scheduler-service-group.trigger-testlog-schedule"
{
  "_id": "scheduler-service-group.trigger-testlog-schedule",
  "_rev": "00000000cd1723dd",
  "calendar": null,
  "group": "scheduler-service-group",
  "jobKey": "scheduler-service-group.testlog-schedule",
  "name": "trigger-testlog-schedule",
  "nodeId": "node1",
  "previousState": null,
  "serialized": {
  ...
  },
  "state": "NORMAL"
}

To view the triggers that have been acquired, send a GET request to the scheduler, with a _queryFilter of nodeId. For example:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request GET \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/trigger?_queryFilter=(nodeId+pr)"

To view the triggers that have not yet been acquired by any node, send a GET request to the scheduler, with a _queryFilter to list the triggers with a null nodeId. For example:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request GET \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/trigger?_queryFilter=%21(nodeId+pr)"

Delete a schedule

To delete a schedule, send a DELETE request to the schedule ID. For example:

curl \
--header "Authorization: Bearer <token>" \
--header "Accept-API-Version: resource=2.0" \
--request DELETE \
"http://<tenant-env-fqdn>/openidm/scheduler/job/testlog-schedule"
{
  "_id": "testlog-schedule",
  "enabled": false,
  "persisted": true,
  "recoverable": false,
  "misfirePolicy": "fireAndProceed",
  "schedule": "0/1 * * * * ?",
  "repeatInterval": 0,
  "repeatCount": 0,
  "type": "cron",
  "invokeService": "org.forgerock.openidm.script",
  "invokeContext": {
    "script": {
      "type": "text/javascript",
      "file": "script/testlog.js"
    }
  },
  "invokeLogLevel": "info",
  "startTime": null,
  "endTime": null,
  "concurrentExecution": false,
  "triggers": [],
  "previousRunDate": null,
  "nextRunDate": null
}

The DELETE request returns the entire JSON object.

Manage schedules using the IDM admin UI

To manage schedules via the IDM admin UI:

  1. In the Identity Cloud admin UI, go to Native Consoles > Identity Management.

  2. From the IDM admin UI, click Configure > Schedules.

Add, remove, and change schedules here. By default, only persisted schedules are shown in the Schedules list. To show non-persisted (in memory) schedules, select Filter by Type > In Memory.

ui-schedules
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