- In the task list of the Job Conductor, select the task to which you want to add a trigger, here it is load_california_clients_to_mysql.
- Click the Triggers button at the bottom of the page. The corresponding panel opens.
- Click Add trigger, then select Add simple trigger in the list to add a time-based trigger on the task.
In the Add simple trigger panel that opens on the right,
fill in the relevant information:
- In the Label field, type in the name of your trigger, here it is trigger_california_job.
- Fill in a description in needed.
- Select the time at which the triggering takes place and is ended in the Start time and End time fields.
- In the Number of repetitions field, type in the number of executions that should occur in addition to the first execution. Type in 3 in order to trigger three executions: one to generate the code of your Job, one to deploy your Job and one to run your Job.
- In the Time interval (s) field, type in (in seconds) the time interval between triggerings, here it is 240 (4 minutes).
- Save your changes. In the Trigger status column.
You can see that the trigger is added and is ready to be launched at the specified time.