Timer Event Set up Query

Hi Team,

I need to set the timer which shall run at 4.55 am every day and get data from view which has range query 5am last day to 5am current day when the job ran, but it is not getting the data even though all timer are set right in PM and in range query of DB.

The process gets executed at 4.55 am but it does not get data , but when we check view manually it gets the data.

So at what time zone this PM is running? And what time zone DB is running? is it GMT

I am little bit confuse that shall I un-check this box "Override with Initiator's Time Zone"  as it is by default checked.

Regards

Bihitak

  Discussion posts and replies are publicly visible

Parents
  • Appian always stores time in DB in GMT 00 and when it is queried, it is auto casted in the user's own timezone. 
    Your process might be running the timezone where process model was published. 

    Also, by any chance, do you think you are using loggedInUser() in the query in process model?

Reply
  • Appian always stores time in DB in GMT 00 and when it is queried, it is auto casted in the user's own timezone. 
    Your process might be running the timezone where process model was published. 

    Also, by any chance, do you think you are using loggedInUser() in the query in process model?

Children