I have a scheduler process job executes in every 10 mins – (00:10 / 00:20 / 00:30/ 00:40…. 23:50/ 00:00)
In a normal/happy scenario job execution completes within 2 mins. However due to some other unforeseen reasons – few job execution are exceeding the execution time ( ex: beyond 30 mins ).
Issue: Few times job execution time is beyond the scheduler(10 mins) and the scheduler is job creating new jobs and keep it in pending state and later throwing the below alert notification
“#schedule ROBOT NAME - TIME for #process PROCESS_NAME could not create jobs. The robots already have pending jobs for this Process (#XXXX).“
Expected Response: How to identify the current job time is extended the scheduler job time and notify the scheduler job not to create a job till the current job execution completed successfully.
@loginerror - pls spill some spot light on this