Scheduling EasyMorph projects

There are two options for running EasyMorph projects on a schedule:

  • EasyMorph Launcher (intended for individual use)
  • EasyMorph Server (intended for scheduling project execution in unattended mode)

EasyMorph Launcher

EasyMorph Launcher is a complementary application that is included with EasyMorph Desktop. It is installed automatically when the Desktop is installed, starts on Windows start, and resides in the system tray. When EasyMorph projects are executed in the Launcher, they use the same in-memory engine, connector repository, and license key as the Desktop.

The Launcher operates with tasks that run EasyMorph projects either on a schedule, or on demand. Every task can be configured individually, thus allowing running a project with different parameters, with a single mouse click. The Launcher is intended to automate frequent routine operations and reduce manual work. Note that in the free edition scheduling is not available, but the Launcher can still be used to run projects manually.

Features include:

  • Schedules: Once / Hourly / Continuous / Daily / Weekly
  • Parameter assignment (either pre-configured or prompted on task start)
  • Display of a result table, saving the result table into a supported file format
  • Real-time messages from the “Status” action (shown in the output pane)
  • Tray notifications about failed tasks (only when minimized)
  • Tray notifications from the "Status" action
  • Task tags, filtering by tags
  • Actionable error messages as in EasyMorph Desktop

EasyMorph Launcher

EasyMorph Server

The Server runs projects on schedule in unattended mode. Unlike the Launcher, it works as a standalone Windows service and doesn't require a user to be always logged in. The Server has all the available schedules of the Launcher plus the Monthly schedule. Also, Server tasks can be triggered programmatically using the Server's REST API.

Here is a feature comparison of Launcher vs Server.

Runs as Windows application Windows service
Requires a user always logged in Yes No
Intended use Individual Collective / Dedicated
Task scheduling
Multiple Windows accounts
Email notifications
Web file manager
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