Checkpoint status

Ricoh ProcessDirector periodically calculates a checkpoint status for each job as it progresses through the system. The checkpoint status helps you find jobs that are late meeting their checkpoints.

The checkpoint status can be one of these values:

Late

The job has missed the next planned checkpoint, or the job missed the last planned checkpoint.

OK

The job is on schedule to meet the next planned checkpoint. However, it could have missed a previous checkpoint.

When the checkpoint status for a job is Late, Ricoh ProcessDirector adds a yellow dot to the Schedule risk column for the job in the Jobs table.

When the checkpoint status for a job is Late, Ricoh ProcessDirector turns the row in the Jobs table for that job yellow so you can see it easily.

In addition, Ricoh ProcessDirector can display the checkpoint status as a column in the Jobs table so the operator can use the Filter function to display jobs with a value of Late for the Checkpoint status property.

After a job is removed from the system, the audit file for the job (jobnumber.yy-mm-dd_hh-mm-ss.policy_properties.cfg.csv) can contain the final checkpoint status.

 
Copyright © 2006, 2018