A transport schedule defines a list of days and times when transport requests should be imported automatically.

When a transport schedule is assigned to a target, Transport Expresso automatically creates a background job that will import transport requests that are currently within the target’s import queue. This background job runs in the Transport Expresso domain controller.

Transport Expresso ensures that the background job always executes according to the current version of the transport schedule. This includes deleting the background job if the transport schedule is no longer assigned to the target.

Transport Schedules are created and edited by TE Administrators via the TE Windows GUI screen configuration screen [on the Target Roles and Transport Schedules tab].

Each transport schedule has a description and optionally the user ID that the import should be scheduled under.


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