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To be able to run event action manually


  • I have a number of timer type events e.g. midnight, start of day etc

    To these I have set up a number of event handlers - it would be good if I could say "exectute now" just to prove the event handler is working correctly.

    Alternatly can I inject dummy events so that the event handlers can fire

    My only work around is either copy event handler to my "once a min test event schedule" so I can watch it now - or edit the event schedule to run now and then set it back again

    Francis


  • The problem is that most scheduled events have active and inactive states, and the event handling is often different depending on this. But there should be little risk of set points and email handlers not working. What is it you're worries about (not) happening?


  • I've added an icon in the process event handler to test the entered process commands.


  • :)