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Event sequences - Ron Haley - 08-02-2016

Is it possible to make sure that one event is executed before another, other that just using the date/time etc. I'm thinking of end of day before end of week before end of month before end of year. They may all occur at the same time.


Event sequences - Dean Roddey - 08-02-2016

Not currently no. They will all run when their scheduled time arrives. The event server is multi-threaded so they can all run at the same time literally if they all come up as done at the same time.

The only way around it would be to stagger them by a couple minutes or something.


Event sequences - Ron Haley - 08-02-2016

The other "nice to have" would be an annual calendar where you could just pick the dates you want to trigger. I'm thinking of the PG&E calendar, which moves all over the place.


Event sequences - potts.mike - 08-02-2016

Ron Haley Wrote:The other "nice to have" would be an annual calendar where you could just pick the dates you want to trigger. I'm thinking of the PG&E calendar, which moves all over the place.

Yeah, I would use this to put in vacation/holidays from work in.


Event sequences - bbrendon - 08-11-2016

Ron Haley Wrote:Is it possible to make sure that one event is executed before another, other that just using the date/time etc. I'm thinking of end of day before end of week before end of month before end of year. They may all occur at the same time.
I'm not sure if this helps.... I log time stamps for things using the variable driver time type. That way I can make sure if Z is triggered execute Y only if A happens before B and B happens before C.