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Manage Tasks


Manage Tasks

You can view the created tasks of all developer tools in the Tasks tabs. A unique ID is assigned to each task.

Manage a Task

For each task in the Tasks tab, click clipboard_e442cb84f8b42653bf91b31a78baf12ff.png and the following actions on the task are available to you:

  • Details - View the task configuration, execution log, and input and output files. If you encounter any issue during the task execution, you can use this action to troubleshoot the issue.
    • The general information and the task configuration is displayed in the General and Options tab.
    • The execution log is displayed in the Log tab. The log file can also be found in the Files tab.
    • All the input and output files, including the log file, can be found in the Files tab.
  • Clone - Clone the task.
  • Delete - Delete the task.
  • Permissions - Manage users' permissions to the task. See Manage User Permissions for more information.

Manage User Permissions

To grant a user permission to view or edit a task:

  1. Click clipboard_e754fbca02305ecbc8d12dc4d0e6c3d88.png and select Permissions
  2. Select the Access check boxes for the user added to the Authorized Instance Users list.
  3. Click Save Permissions. The added user will have permission to view or edit the corresponding task.

Additional Information

You can use the following icons in the toolbar to configure the layout of the Tasks page:

clipboard_eb6d23b0984b322d5e14a27005a96b07c.png Add a new task.
clipboard_e2ce5b01ea8f0489a4e833cc035ce2c94.png Refresh the information in the table.
clipboard_e4f4a39a9cb0f64bf45e872be17b8da3e.png Customize the columns based on name, id, mode, status, execution, and much more.
clipboard_e46cb087fc05e20eeadc5b0028a0dea47.png Select the number of items to be displayed for the pagination purpose. The default number is 25.


Developer Tools is designed to run only two concurrent jobs at a time. Therefore, if you have multiple tasks to be executed simultaneously, Developer Tools will execute the first two tasks on a "first-come, first-serve" basis. After one job completes, it will start executing the next queued job until all tasks are complete.