So not sure if this is relevant to your issue, but here's what I've
found. Every project has a schedule, and times are based on the computer
time zone relative to the project schedule. We have project managers in
6 time zones, so we have 6 project schedules defined, all of which start
at 08:00 AM and end at 05:00 PM, with a 1-hour break, and a work day of
8 hours in project preferences. When I create a project, I select the
project schedule corresponding to the time zone of the assigned project
I created a report that returns notes by project by program. The text
mode below groups perfectly, but it will not sort.
Something's not right, but what? All the other columns are standard
mode, and none has the sort box c...
Yes you would. Ignore is for when you truly don't care, which is seldom
the case. I'm going to guess that what you want is something that will
alert you, but doesn't turn the scenario off and derail your processes.
In that case you might want to skip the "ignores" and just turn on Store
Incomplete Executions. Errors will become warnings, scenarios will not
be turned off, and you'll have a list that you can go through, and for
each stored execution, either fix the condition that caused the warnin...
Short answer is on the module that throws the error. However, Ignore
marks the execution as a success, so it won't be obvious that you had a
problem and that some modules didn't execute. Use Break to put the
scenario in Incomplete Executions without halting the scenario. Error
handling documentation is here, including and example of a retry loop.