Accessing the Execution Plan page - 8.0

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In the Menu tree view, expand Job Conductor and click Execution Plan to display the list of the scheduled task execution plans (group of tasks) that will deploy and execute Jobs on a remote server.
When you access this list for the first time, no task execution plan shows on the list.
The default Execution Plan page provides the following information:




State of the task execution plans that are not yet executed. It can be: awaiting execution or frozen exec:
  • The frozen exec state requires a manual resume operation.
  • If the threshold for simultaneous executions is exceeded (by default more than 20 executions at the time), all simultaneous executions above the threshold will have the status awaiting execution.

To reset the threshold according to your needs, look for in the installation folders of Talend Administration Center and change the threshold accordingly in the following parameter: org.quartz.threadPool.threadCount = 20.


Status of the current task execution plan. It can be: Ready to deploy, Ready to run, Deployed, Killed or Incomplete configuration.

Error status

Error message is displayed if the task execution plan does not complete properly.
  • Ok: The task execution plan completed properly.
  • Fatal error: For example, the Job server disconnected.
  • Error: For example, the parent task failed and no child task is launched.
  • Warning: For example, the parent task failed but its child task succeeded.


Name of the task execution plan to be executed.

Time left before next triggering

Time before the next triggering occurs.

Trigger status

Triggering state:

  • No trigger: no trigger has been set for this plan;
  • Running: the trigger is activated and the plan execution will start;
  • Completed: the plan is complete;
  • All triggers paused: the trigger has been paused and needs to be resumed manually.


Actions you can do:

  • : opens a pop-up window with the last execution details of the selected plan. From this window, you can visualize the logs, the context values and the advanced information of a task, as well as navigate between the different task executions.
  • : opens the execution history of the selected plan.
Some extra columns are hidden by default but can be displayed in the table. For more information, see Customizing the display of the task list.
These extra columns provide the following information:

Column label



Unique identifier that can be used as parameter to launch the task via a Webservice, for example.


The description text typed at task creation.


Quartz job identifier associated to the corresponding task.