3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 12, 2017 1:25 PM by Deepak Gupta

    Task Scheduler

    Ananth Subramanian

      Hello,

                     Is it possible to suspend the Tasks scheduler convert files task and then continue from wherever it was left?

       

      Thanks

      Ananth

        • Re: Task Scheduler
          Deepak Gupta

          I do not think there is an option to do that. Your best option might be to convert the files in smaller batches.

           

          But since you want to update/convert them all, why you want to suspend that?

          • Re: Task Scheduler
            Ananth Subramanian

            Hi Deepak,

                               Thanks much. There is another tool that we have to run that will make use of the SolidWorks API and we do not want to affect the existing session. Hence I had posted this question.

             

            Regards,

            Ananth

              • Re: Task Scheduler
                Deepak Gupta

                As I understand, the TS would work in background and would open and close a new session for each file. This is expected behavior to avoid performance leakage after processing many files. So your other tool should not have any issues with TS unless they both are accessing same file at same time.

                 

                You can also cross check this via running both tools on small set of files.