JM - Current Jobs

Here you can see a lot of columns, indicating the most important parameters and settings of a simulation. With “Priority” you can determine which job should be processed first – the order is just from top to bottom.


A shortened representation of the “Current Jobs” table


The “Status” field is very important, because it describes the job’s current status with a series of messages shown in the table below. Any status, except “Simulating”, can be set to “Pending” via “Retry” or “Restart”.


PendingA job is in the queue and ready to be simulated.
StoppedA job can be cancelled either before or during a simulation.
SimulatingThe simulation is currently in progress.
FinishedThe simulation has been completed without (apparent) errors.
Unknown idocThe requested IDOC, shown in the “IDOC” column, does not exist.
Unknown pathThe given scene/script path is wrong and cannot be reached.
Script errorThe RFS file, specifying the simulation environment, is faulty.
UnlicensedOne or more simulation nodes are unlicensed.
DisconnectedA job in “Simulation” state lost its connection.

This message pops up when a job is currently simulating and the "Job Manager" application was closed or crashed.
Nevertheless, a node might continue to simulate a scene successfully.
In this case, “Status” will soon be changed to “Simulating”/”Finished” automatically.

FailedYou can see this status when the simulation failed without a specific reason.


The small icons on the right are used to manage the displayed jobs or add a new one manually.




“Edit“ opens a new browser form to edit a job. Please click here for more information and a description of the parameters.

“Stop” a current job. You can resume with “retry”.

“Restart” a stopped or pending job to continue the simulation.

“Remove” a job from the “Current Jobs” table.

“Add” opens a new browers form to create a job manually. Please click here for more information and a description of the parameters.