Priority levels - Jobs and queue items

Hi all,

I was researching some Orchestrator capabillities and i have detected some details:

  1. Priority levels for queue Items are restricted just for “High”, “Normal” and “Low”
  2. Priority levels for jobs seems to be “High”, “Normal” and “Low” if you are looking orchestrator web. But this is not completely true, more priorities can be set by API.

From the above, priority for queuItems are different than for jobs. Job’s priority works as an integer and the ones for queue items as restriced values

The questions are:

  1. Can be defined new priorityNames and associated to specific integers values? I mean, set that priority 3 appears like Critical in Orchestrator. At the moment it’s seems like:

  2. Related to the previous one, in orchestrator database where can be consulted the values defined? Is there any table that contains this information?

  3. Is it possible to replicate the same functionality for queue Items?


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