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Quick Connect Sync Engine 6.1 - Administrator Guide

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Running a synchronization workflow

After you have created a synchronization workflow and populated it with one or more steps, you can run the workflow. Before running a workflow, you can select the workflow steps you want to run. A workflow can be run manually or automatically on a recurring schedule.

In this section:

Running a workflow manually

This method allows you to select specific steps in a workflow and run them. You can also specify how you want to commit the changes to the target data system: automatically or manually. With the manual method you can review a list of changes before committing them to decide whether or not you want these changes in the target system.

To run a workflow manually

  1. In the Quick Connect Administration Console, open the Workflows tab.
  2. Click the name of the workflow you want to run.
  3. Click Run now.
  4. Select the check boxes next to the workflow steps you want to run.
  5. If you want to automatically commit the changes made by the workflow run, select the Automatically commit changes check box. If you want to review the changes before committing them, leave this check box cleared.
  6. Click one of the following to run the workflow:
    • Full Run. With this option, One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine retrieves the data required to run the synchronization workflow from the connected data systems.
    • Quick Run. With this option, One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine first tries to run the synchronization workflow by using the data that is available in the local cache. If the local cache is missing or cannot be used to run the workflow, then One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine retrieves the required data from the connected data systems.

Running a workflow on a recurring schedule

This method allows you to create a recurring schedule to automatically run specific steps in a synchronization workflow.

When scheduling a workflow, you can choose the workflow steps to run, specify how frequently you want to run the steps, and set the date and time when you want the run schedule to come into effect. If you have two or more One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine instances installed in your environment, you can also select a Quick Connect Service to be used for running the workflow.

A scheduled workflow automatically commits changes to the target data system.

To run a workflow on a recurring schedule

  1. In the Quick Connect Administration Console, open the Workflows tab.
  2. Click Schedule below the name of the workflow you want to run on a recurring schedule.
  3. In the dialog box that opens, select the Schedule the task to run check box, and then specify a schedule.
  4. If there are several One Identity Quick Connect Sync Engine instances deployed in your environment, under Run the task on, select the computer that hosts the Quick Connect Service you want to use for running the workflow.
  5. Expand Workflow Steps, and then select the check boxes next to the workflow steps you want to run on the schedule.
  6. Click OK to activate the schedule.

Disabling a workflow run schedule

To disable a workflow run schedule

  1. In the Quick Connect Administration Console, open the Workflows tab.
  2. Click Schedule below the workflow for which you want to disable the run schedule.
  3. In the dialog box that opens, clear the Schedule the task to run check box.
  4. Click OK to disable the schedule.
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