(1) When a job is forcibly terminated, an error occurred during job execution (job cancellation) is not notified.
6.7.5 Notify errors (job cancellation) that occur during job execution
(2) If [Enable DB buffering] is selected for a job, its exception processing setting is disabled.
6.7.4 Setting items in DB Buffering
(b) Exception processing: Multiple applicable records
When [Select] or [Update] is selected for [Action type], set processing for the case where there are multiple
records to be selected or updated.
1) Select firster find records (Default: Checked)
When [Select] is selected for [Action type], checking the [Select firster find records] box allows extraction
of the head record from multiple applicable records.
When this checkbox is not checked, the select/update processing is not performed.
When [Update] is selected for [Action type], if multiple records to be updated exist, all of them are updated.
2) Send notification of this exception
When the [Send notification of this exception] box is checked, if multiple records to be selected or
updated exist, assign a value to the specified tag component.
When [Send notification of this exception] is selected, set a tag component to which the value is
• Tag, Component
Select a tag component to which a value is assigned.
Tags that have a tag component with [Array setting] cannot be selected.
• Substitute value
Directly enter a substitute value.
3) Continue this job
After executions of exception processing described in the above 1) and 2), the system continues
executions of other actions.
4) Finish this job (Default: Finish this job)
After execution of exception processing described in 1) and 2), the job is forcibly terminated without
executing remaining actions.
At this time, substitute/insert values before exception processing execution are committed, and they are
written to relevant tag components.
6.8 Job Settings - Actions
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