With job ID handling, it is possible for the user to insert a job id for every task, change the status of the jobs and resume working on jobs manually.
A job or task can be just a simple action performed by a user, but also a number of actions performed by the administrator.
A job or task can be opened by one administrator at a time only. He/she can also open more than one task.
If one administrator stops working on a job ID, another one can continue working with this job ID.
The user ID of the administrator(s) working with this job ID is stored. Each time another administrator continues working with this job, his/her corresponding user ID will be stored.
Tasks can be closed when all the actions in the task have been finished successfully or the administrator decides to finish this task for another reason. Tasks that can not be completed can be suspended (temporarily closed). A suspended task can be opened (and completed) also by other administrators with the same rights (user ID, see above).
The number of jobs that can have the state 'running'' is unlimited.
Parent topic: Connectivity