you can "chain" a job to another so that when one finishes, it triggers the next job
Also, you can have one agent (think of it as a 'Master Agent') that when invoked, its only job is to run other agents.
We currently do this. We have the 'Master Agent' that does nothing but run 5 other 'child' agents simultaneously.
But do you have to add the agents one by one? We have 74 of them that I would like to run with one click if possible.
Also, when I add them one by one in the action tab I don't get to see the name of the agent I have added so far so it would be almost impossible to maintain no?
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You can certainly set it up to where only 1 click will run all 74 agents. But it seems like you've already got that part figured out -- by adding each agent to in the 'Actions' of the 'Master Agent'.
As far as I know, the only way to do it is to add each agent one-by-one in the Actions section. If there is a better, more efficient way, I do not know of it.
And yes...since the name of the agent does not display, maintenance can be very hard -- especially when you have as many as 74 of them.
There may be better way(s) to accomplish your goal, but the only way I know is the one I've stated. Hopefully some of the more knowledgeable folks in here can offer some more valuable input.
Thanks for your reply.