This tutorial provides you with the opportunity to practice working with the Scheduled Updates feature in TIBCO Spotfire and this part of the TIBCO SPOTFIRE ADMINISTRATOR activities.
To establish Scheduled Updates, perform the following tasks:
Spotfire Professional has a group that requires no license assignments to fulfill its role. This is the group Scheduled Updates Users. This Group is specific to, and used by, the Web Player Server. The sole User belonging to this group operates similarly to a service account. Obviously, this User also needs permissions to all folders containing artifacts pertinent to the scheduled analyses. Let’s add our “service-account-type” User here.
Also, we can designate the User as a member of the Web Player Administrator group so that user has access to the analyses to schedule.
If your Scheduled Updates fails, this view displays an error.
You can click the Web Server Log tab and review the messages in that view for more information and clues as to why the scheduled updates are not working.
Because IIS will shut down the web application if no connection is made within 20 minutes, you must configure the KeepAlive service to ensure the Scheduled Updates can run.
3.Save the file and start the KeepAlive Service from the Administrative Tools > Services dialog.
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