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Can we add a REST API command to open a Schedule in Task manager?

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edited Jul 28, 2022 4:20PM in Planning 2 comments

Summary:

It is possible to deploy a task template and create a schedule using the REST API, which means this can be run from Groovy or from EPM Automate. However, there isn't then a command to open the generated schedule. This means any schedule needs an administrator to login and manually open the schedule before the tasks can be accessed by end-users.

This is holding back a lot of potentially useful automation leveraging task manager - can we please get a REST API command or a Groovy rule to open a schedule?

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