Before you can schedule a subscription, it has to have scheduled rules
defined (ADF) so the generator can match the events to the
subscriptions to produce notifications.
Once that is done, you can use the subscription management application
to set the schedule.
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On 7 Sep 2006 11:37:26 -0700, "tafpin" <[email protected]> wrote:
>I configured an NS application some time ago. I am trying to expand the
>functionality to allow subscribers to be able to specify which days and
>times they should receive alerts. I am a little confused with the
>ScheduleRecurrence and schedulestart properties of the subscription
>class in that I get an error when attempting to add a
>ScheduleRecurrence and/or schedulestart to it. "You cannot set a
>schedule for a subscription class that has no timed subscription
>rules". Am I correct in assuming that this is the correct place to add
>a schedule that will be different for each subscriber's subscriptions?