Database property names for Deadline Tracker

Messages can refer to Deadline Tracker properties.

Some of the values that you see in lists in the user interface are not the same as the values that Ricoh ProcessDirector uses internally. When you make some requests using web services or set values using an overrides file, you must use the internal value. The Internal values column lists the internal values for those properties.

In the Editable column:

  • Yes means that you can change the value.
  • No means that you cannot change the value.

In the Notebook tab: field name column:

  • Deadline means that the property is on the Deadline tab of the job properties notebook.
  • Job Defaults (SetDeadline) means that the property is on the Job Defaults tab of the SetDeadline step template.
  • General (all step templates) means that the property is on the General tab of all step templates.

Deadline Tracker properties

Database name Notebook tab: field name Brief description Internal values Editable
ExpectedWork.ID Expected work name Specifies the name of the expected work object.   No
ExpectedWork.SLA.Description Description Describes the expected work object.   Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.FilePatterns File patterns Specifies one or more pattern-matching strings that can be used to identify jobs based on their file names.   Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.Frequency Expected work interval Indicates the time interval used to monitor work that is expected to arrive in the system.
  • Hour
  • Day
  • Week
  • Month
  • Year
  • Calendar Date
Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.NumberofJobsExpected Number of jobs expected Indicates the number of jobs that are expected to be processed during the specified time period.   Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.ScheduleCalendarData End date Specifies the date when the expected work interval ends.   Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.ScheduleDaily Frequency (days) Specifies how often the expected work object reports the status of expected work.   Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.ScheduleHourly Frequency (hour) Specifies how often the expected work object reports the status of expected work.   Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.ScheduleMonthly Frequency (monthly) Specifies how often the expected work object reports the status of expected work.   Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.ScheduleWeekly Frequency (weekly) Specifies how often the expected work object reports the status of expected work.   Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.ScheduleYearly Frequency (yearly) Specifies how often the expected work object reports the status of expected work.   Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.StartDate Expected work start date Specifies the date that the expected work takes effect.

This property is only supported in the legacy user interface.
  Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.StartTime Expected work start time Specifies the time that the expected work takes effect.

This property is only supported in the legacy user interface.
  Yes
ExpectedWork.SLA.StartDateAndTime Start date and time Specifies the date and time that the expected work takes effect. Status is reported for the expected work based on this date and time.

This property is only supported in the updated user interface.
  Yes
InputDevice.SLA.ExpectedWork General: Associated expected work Specifies the name of the expected work object associated with this input device.   Yes
InputDevice.SLA.LateWork Status: Expected work status Shows whether all expected work for the input device arrived on time.
  • OK
  • Late
No
Job.DT.CurrentDeadlineStep Deadline: Current deadline step Specifies the name of the step that a job must complete to meet its current deadline.   No
Job.DT.DayOfMonth Job Defaults (SetDeadline): Day of month Specifies the day of the month for the Deadline date.   Yes
Job.DT.DayOfWeek Job Defaults (SetDeadline): Day of week Specifies the day of the week for the Deadline date.   Yes
Job.DT.DeadlineStep Job Defaults (SetDeadline): Deadline step Specifies the name of the step that a job must complete to meet its deadline.   Yes
Job.DT.DeadlineTime Deadline: Deadline Shows the date and time by which the job must complete the deadline step. If the job does not complete the Deadline step before the time on the date shown for this property, the Deadline outcome for the job is set to Missed.   No
Job.DT.InheritDeadline Job Defaults (SetDeadline): Inherit deadline from parent job Specifies whether a child job inherits a deadline from its parent job.   Yes
Job.DT.JobTimestampAttr Job Defaults (SetDeadline): Property Specifies the job property used to calculate the deadline when the Deadline date property is set to Relative to property value.   Yes
Job.DT.OutcomeStatus Deadline: Deadline outcome Shows whether the deadline for a job has been met or missed.   No
Job.DT.OverrideDeadline Job Defaults (SetDeadline): Override existing deadline Specifies whether the deadline specified on this SetDeadline step overrides an existing deadline for the job.   Yes
Job.DT.PercentComplete Deadline: Percent complete Specifies what percentage of the estimated durations specified by the steps in the predicted workflow for the job are completed.   No
Job.DT.Period Job Defaults (SetDeadline): Deadline date Specifies the settings used to set the date for the deadline.   Yes
Job.DT.PlusMinus Job Defaults (SetDeadline): Plus or minus Specifies the number of minutes, hours, or days to add or subtract from the date or time set by the user in the Deadline time and Deadline date properties.   Yes
Job.DT.PredictedCompletion Deadline: Predicted completion Specifies the date and time that Ricoh ProcessDirector predicts for the job to finish processing the last step in its workflow that is included in the estimated duration.   No
Job.DT.PredictedOutcome Deadline: Predicted outcome Uses the predicted path of the job in its workflow and the estimated durations of the steps remaining in the predicted path through the Deadline step, to determine if there is enough time to run the remaining steps before the deadline time.   No
Job.DT.PredictedStatus Deadline: Tracking status Shows whether the progress of a job through a workflow is ahead of or behind the estimated time to complete the current step and all steps that have been run up to this point.   No
Job.DT.Time Job Defaults (SetDeadline): Deadline time Specifies the time of day for the deadline.   Yes
Job.DTSLA.DeadlineSlaStatus Column on Jobs table: Schedule risk

The heading of the column is blank. To see the name, hover over the heading area.

Shows jobs that are at risk for missing or have already missed their delivery deadline or service level agreement (SLA).
  • SLA_MISSED
  • DEADLINE_MISSED
  • PREDICTED_MAY_MISS
  • TRACKING_BEHIND
  • CHECKPOINT_LATE
  • OK
No
Job.FileReceiptTime Checkpoints: Job arrival time Contains the actual date and time when the last input file for the job arrived in the system.

Timestamp

No
Job.SLA.ActualOutcome Checkpoints: SLA target step time Contains the date and time that the job completed the SLA target step. Timestamp No
Job.SLA.ActualTime Checkpoints: Actual [Phase] Contains the date and time that the job completed this processing phase.

Timestamp

No
Job.SLA.AnchorStartTime Checkpoints: Checkpoint start time Contains the date and time that Ricoh ProcessDirector uses as the start time to calculate the planned checkpoints for the job.

Timestamp

No
Job.SLA.Outcome Checkpoints: SLA outcome Shows whether a job has completed the SLA target step before the SLA deadline.
  • Met
  • Missed
No
Job.SLA.PlannedCompletionTime Checkpoints: Planned completion Contains the date and time that the job is expected to complete the last checkpointed processing phase. Timestamp No
Job.SLA.PlannedOutcome Checkpoints: SLA deadline Contains the date and time by which the job must complete the SLA target step. Timestamp No
Job.SLA.PlannedTime Checkpoints: Planned [Phase] Contains the date and time that the job is expected to complete this phase.

Timestamp

No
Job.SLA.Policy Checkpoints: Service policy Specifies the name of the service policy associated with the job.   Yes
Job.SLA.PrintDuration Status: Estimated print duration Shows the estimated amount of time that the current requested printer requires to print the job. You can show the time in seconds, minutes, hours, or days.   No
Job.SLA.ResetOnReprocess Checkpoints: Reset on reprocess Specifies whether Ricoh ProcessDirector records new actual checkpoint times when you select the Print Again or Process Again action.
  • No
  • Yes
Yes
Job.SLA.StartTime Checkpoints: Adjusted arrival time Contains the date and time (by default, the job arrival time) that Ricoh ProcessDirector uses to calculate the checkpoint start time. Timestamp Yes
Job.SLA.Status Checkpoints: Checkpoint status Specifies whether the job is late meeting its planned checkpoints.
  • Late
  • Ok
No
JobType.SLA.Measurement SLA target step Specifies the name of the step that represents the true goal of the SLA.
  • Met
  • Missed
No
JobType.SLA.Policy Service policy Specifies the name of the service policy associated with the workflow.   Yes
NonProduction.ID Appears in the property notebook title Specifies the name of the no-service period.   No
NonProduction.SLA.Description No-service period description Describes the no-service period.   Yes
NonProduction.SLA.EndTime End time (HH:MM) Specifies the time that the no-service period ends. This time is expressed as a 2-digit hour (00-23), a 2-digit minute (00-59), and a 2-digit second (00) separated by colons (:). Yes
NonProduction.SLA.LastModified Last modified The date and time that the no-service period was last changed.   No
NonProduction.SLA.SlaDay Day Specifies the day of the no-service period.
  • A number from 1 through 31
  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday
  • All
Yes
NonProduction.SLA.SlaMonth Month Specifies the month of the no-service period.
  • January
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • September
  • October
  • November
  • December
Yes
NonProduction.SLA.SlaYear Year Specifies the year of the no-service period. This value is a 4-digit year, from 2000 through 9999. Yes
NonProduction.SLA.StartTime Start time (HH:MM) Specifies the time that the no-service period starts. This time is expressed as a 2-digit hour (00-23), a 2-digit minute (00-59), and a 2-digit second (00) separated by colons (:). Yes
Policy.ID Appears in the property notebook title Specifies the name of the service policy.   No
Policy.SLA.AdjMethod General: Adjustment method Specifies the method that Ricoh ProcessDirector uses to adjust the checkpoint start time.
  • Cutoff
  • None
  • Start
Yes
Policy.SLA.AdjNonProd General: Adjust for no-service periods Specifies whether Ricoh ProcessDirector adjusts the checkpoint start time and planned checkpoint times to skip over no-service periods, such as holidays.
  • No
  • Yes
Yes
Policy.SLA.Description General: Service policy description Describes the service policy.   Yes
Policy.SLA.Interval Checkpoints: Interval [Phase] (unit) Specifies the time interval between the checkpoint start time and when a job is expected to complete the phase. The checkpoint start time is the same time for all intervals. Therefore, the time interval for a phase should include the time intervals for all previous phases. The interval is stored in the database in minutes. Yes
Policy.SLA.LastModified Last modified The date and time that the service policy was last changed.   No
Policy.SLA.Measurement General: SLA duration If the deadline calculation method is Elapsed time, specifies the amount of time allowed between the Checkpoint start time of a job and the SLA deadline.   Yes
Policy.SLA.MeasurementDays General: Number of days If the deadline calculation method is Specific time, specifies the number of days from the Checkpoint start time until the SLA deadline of a job.   No
Policy.SLA.MeasurementMethod General: Deadline calculation method Specifies the method that Ricoh ProcessDirector uses to calculate the SLA deadline for jobs that use this service policy.
  • Elapsed time
  • Specific time
Yes
Policy.SLA.MeasurementTime General: SLA target time If the deadline calculation method is Specific time, specifies the time of day for the SLA deadline.   Yes
Policy.SLA.ResetOnReprocess General: Reset on reprocess Specifies whether Ricoh ProcessDirector records new actual checkpoint times when you select the Print Again or Process Again action.
  • No
  • Yes
Yes
Policy.SLA.StartTime General: Start time (HH:MM) Specifies the checkpoint start time when the Adjustment method is Cutoff or Start. This time is expressed as a 2-digit hour (00-23), a 2-digit minute (00-59), and a 2-digit second (00) separated by colons (:). Yes
Policy.SLA.TimeZone General: Time zone Specifies the time zone of the location where jobs are printed. These internal values are derived from the time zones defined in your Java runtime environment. To determine the internal value, find the time zone in the list for this property, then remove the GMT reference times from the beginning and end of the value. For example, if the value in the list is (GMT-05:00) America/New_York DST(GMT-04:00), the internal value is America/New_York. Yes
Printer.SLA.PPM General: Pages per minute Shows the number of pages the printer can print in a minute.   Yes
StepTemplate.DT.IncludeStepTime General (all step templates): Include in estimated duration Specifies whether the Estimated duration of the step and actual processing time is used to calculate the Tracking status of a job.   Yes
StepTemplate.DT.Weight General (all step templates): Estimated duration Specifies the estimated amount of time it takes for a step to complete processing a job.   Yes
 
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