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We are getting ready to stop running all processing in one of our test environments and at some point we may want to start running it again at the point where we left off and run multiple days processing to catch up.  My question is how does holding the E

Question asked by koren.cleaveland on Sep 2, 2015

We are getting ready to stop running all processing in one of our test environments and at some point we may want to start running it again at the point where we left off and run multiple days processing to catch up.  My question is how does holding the Events from loading really work?  If we hold the Events and then want to processing each day, will ESP automatically load one day's worth of processing and allow us to complete it before loading the next days processing and will it load with the correct processing dates?  How does it handle jobs that have hard-coded start times if we are running a batch cycle from a previous date?  Or would we be better off suspending all Events from loading and manually triggering everything with the correct date, but with this option we would have to put all hard-coded jobs on manual hold.

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