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Creating scheduled events

You can create as many scheduled events as you need. Each scheduled event can be configured to occur on a flexible schedule as required, allowing you to tailor scheduled events for specific purposes.

Whenever you create a scheduled event, it will be registered with the WinGate Events system and become available to any WinGate event processor to respond to. This could be using the Policy system (an event processor) to create a policy based on the new scheduled event, or simply using the Run Javascript event processor to execute some script whenever the scheduled event occurs.

To create a scheduled event:

  1. Open the WinGate Management console.
  2. Navigate to Control Panel > Scheduled Events.
  3. On the Tasks menu select New scheduled event. Alternatively you can right click anywhere on the Scheduled Events panel, and select New scheduled event. This will open the Schedule properties.
  4. In the Name field, enter a suitable name for the event. This is the name that event will be referred throughout WinGate.
  5. The Enabled checkbox in the Trigger event section is selected by default, so the event is automatically set to occur according to the details you set in the Schedule duration and Event recurrence section of the Scheduled Event properties.

Configuring a scheduled event

Once you have created the scheduled event, you can specify which event processor will respond to the event when it takes place. You can also configure the schedule details of when the scheduled event will take place. Schedules can be made to be as simple or complex as required.

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