Job Tracking for ArcGIS® (JTX™) is an enterprise workflow management extension that provides an integration framework for ArcGIS multiuser geodatabase. Job Tracking for ArcGIS (JTX), now known as Workflow Manager (JTX), is a software that provides advanced job tracking and workflow. ArcGIS Workflow Manager for Desktop provides several custom steps. The source code for each of these is provided as part of the developer kit. The following.
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LaunchGPTool Executes geoprocessing tools from your workflows. The integer output from a tool can be used as a return code to guide the path of the workflow upon the tool’s completion.
Available with Standard or Advanced license. The DesktopSteps library contains steps that can be executed only from the desktop because of the pop-up user interfaces.
Workflow Manager custom steps
AddJobHold Adds a hold to the current job. This will prompt for a user name and password. Wait for ArcMap to close suspend Workflow Manager. With the default behavior, no alternative location is configured, and the job’s map documents are stored in the Workflow Manager database.
If there isn’t an ArcMap session open, Workflow Manager will open a new one. The Steps library contains steps that can be executed in both the desktop and server environments. VersionExists Checks to see if the job already has a geodatabase version. Save time by completing enterprise GIS tasks while tracking staffing, time schedules, and more.
At the heart of Job Tracking for ArcGIS JTX is a database that tracks the progress of these job assignments and reports information to managers on status and performance, without slowing the production process. SendNotification Sends a notification of the type specified by the argument.
Toolbox Path explicit path to the tbx file: Outside the United States, contact your local Esri distributor. This page was last modified on 9 Julyat When the child job is set with a feature service data workspace, the parent version can only be sde. Creates the version for the job. This works the same as the scenario when a version exists, except the default version for the data workspace is used for resourcing the layers.
The application can also be set to automatically send e-mail notifications at points in the process defined by the user. The following table outlines the process steps and what they can do. See the esrl below for details regarding the arguments for this step.
For more information, visit www. With this argument configured, once ArcMap is opened, Workflow Manager opens the task assistant workflow configured. Store Contact Us Careers. Checks to see esrii the job already has a geodatabase version. This works the same as the scenario when a version exists.
The argument is composed of the extended property table name and field name. The zoom factor does not apply to exri POI. For example, you can execute a geoprocessing service or any other web service as a workflow step.
Simplify creation, management, and tracking of geodatabase versions and simultaneous editing. The map is zoomed to the LOI. ReturnValue Retrieves the value of the extended property or token passed, which is the return code for the next path in the workflow. After defining a workflow, a manager can assign each task in the workflow to an individual who may carry it out for a specific geography. Do not change any connection information.
Centralize, update, access, and maintain consistency for all job-related information across your organization. You can still choose to attach this as a text file using the Workflow Manager tools. The protection level of the version is specified by one of the following arguments: This step can be included multiple times in the workflow with different extended properties to be opened at different stages of the workflow.
Layers are resourced to the job’s version based on the feature class’s short name. Organize, standardize, and streamline project workflows.
Job Tracking for ArcGIS (JTX) Standardizes GIS Workflows
ersi Toolbox Path explicit full path to the tbx file combined with toolbox name: With the default behavior, the step uses the job type’s default map document as the basemap document for LaunchArcMap. ExecuteGPTool Executes a geoprocessing tool, model, or script without displaying the eri dialog box. Thus, if you change ezri extent of the job map and close it, the new extent will not be saved, and the next time, the map will still open with the original extent.
The step supports creating a version for the job with a traditional data workspace and a feature service data workspace. Cleans up the job based on the arguments. Feature Class to Update must be in data geodatabase: The layers that are not from the data workspace are displayed with a broken data source. CleanUp Cleans up the job based on the arguments. Store MXDs in shared location. CreateJob Creates a child job based on the arguments.
This gives you the ability to choose only some extended properties configured on the job type to be displayed in the pop-up. This is done with a graphic diagramming tool jfx to ModelBuilder.