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/update: Update Task

  • URL:https://[root]/community/users/[userName]/tasks/[taskID]/update(POST only)
  • Version Introduced:10.8.1

Example usage

The following is a sample ArcGIS Online POST request for the update operation:

POST /sharing/rest/community/users/NBadmin/tasks/a7ce628005004e758f3387d735b3e1ca/update HTTP/1.1
Host: org.arcgis.com
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Content-Length: []

title=OnceAMinute30Times&type=ExecuteNotebook&parameters=&itemId=029b61ca770e428d9468a2a55f40b9fb&startDate=1589428800000&endDate=1589428800000&minute=*/1&hour=*&dayOfMonth=*&month=*&dayOfWeek=?&maxOccurrences=30&f=pjson

The following is a sample ArcGIS Enterprise POST request for the update operation:

POST /webadaptor/sharing/rest/community/users/NBadmin/tasks/a7ce628005004e758f3387d735b3e1ca/update HTTP/1.1
Host: machine.domain.com
Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded
Content-Length: []

title=OnceAMinute30Times&type=ExecuteNotebook&parameters=&itemId=029b61ca770e428d9468a2a55f40b9fb&startDate=1589428800000&endDate=1589428800000&minute=*/1&hour=*&dayOfMonth=*&month=*&dayOfWeek=?&maxOccurrences=30&f=pjson

Description

The update operation allows you to edit and update the properties of a preexisting task. Updates made to a task take effect during its next scheduled run.

Note:

Support for scene services and ArcGIS Workflow Manager was added at Enterprise 10.9. Support for administrative reports (ExecuteReport) was added at Enterprise 11.0.

Request parameters

ParameterDetails
title

(Optional)

Title of the task.

Example

title=OnceAMinute30Times
type

(Required)

The type of task, either running a notebook or updating an Insights workbook, that will be run on the specified item.

Values: ExecuteNotebook | UpdateInsightsWorkbook | ExecuteSceneCook | ExecuteWorkflowManager | ExecuteReport

parameters

(Optional; required for administrative reports)

JSON object of additional parameters that will be added to the task run request.

Administrative reports example

parameters={​​"reportType":"org","reportSubType":"activity","timeDuration":"daily", "title":"MyTitle"}​​
itemId

(Required; optional for administrative reports)

Item ID of the item the scheduled task will be run on.

Example

itemID=029b61ca770e428d9468a2a55f40b9fb
startDate

(Optional)

The date, in Epoch milliseconds, the scheduled task will begin running.

Example

startDate=1589428800000
endDate

(Optional)

The date, in Epoch milliseconds, the scheduled task will stop running.

Example

endDate=1589428800000
minute

(Required)

A valid CRON expression (, - * /) that specifies the minute value for the task's schedule.

Example

minute=*/1
hour

(Required)

A valid CRON expression (, - * /) that specifies the hour value for the task's schedule. The hour, dayOfWeek, and dayOfMonth parameters must be adjusted for UTC.

Example

hour=3
hour=*
dayOfMonth

(Required)

A valid CRON expression (, - * ? / L W C) that specifies the day of the month for the task's schedule. Adjust the dayOfMonth value to UTC hours. For example, 8:00 p.m. PDT on the fourth day of the month would be 3:00 a.m. UTC on the fifth day of the month. Values for this parameter can be 1 through 31, representing a day of the month.

Example

dayOfMonth=5
dayOfMonth=*
month

(Required)

A valid CRON expression (, - * /) that specifies the month for the task's schedule. To represent a specific month, use values 1 through 12 (January to December).

Examples

//Any month
month=*

//A specific month (August)
month=8

//Every two months
month=*/2
dayOfWeek

(Required)

A valid CRON expression (, - * ? / L C #) that specifies the day of the week for the task's schedule. Adjust the dayOfWeek value to UTC hours. For example, Monday, 8:00 p.m. PDT would be Tuesday, 3:00 a.m. UTC. Values for this parameter can be 1 through 7, representing Sunday through Saturday.

Example

dayOfWeek=2
dayOfWeek=?
maxOccurrences

(Optional)

The maximum number of times the task will run.

Example

maxOccurrences=30
f

The response format. The default format is html.

Values: html | json | pjson

JSON Response example

{
  "success": true,
  "taskId": "a7ce628005004e758f3387d735b3e1ca"
}