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Display the details of the selected task

The various details are described below:



Task ID

An identifier for the Task. Displayed in the header.

Task Status

As described for the main forecast screen


Text description associated with the task.


An identifier used for Event/Action mappings (see: Setting Up Event-Action Configuration. Only displayed if set.


An identifier for the associated Workflow.

What-if Scenario

An identifier for the associated What-if Scenario

Owning MC ID

MC the task belongs to

Start Time

The first forecast run is done at the Start time

End Time

Scheduling of the task stops at the End Time

Repeat Mode

The time interval at which the scheduled task should run

Shift T0

Allows to define a period of time over which the T0 of the forecast itself should be set back in relation to the Start time of the forecast run.

Forecast Length

Optional element for overruling the pre-defined forecast length.

N.B. if an end time is specified in the timeseriesSet, it needs to be made overrulable in order for this forecast length option to have effect

Expiry Time

Allows to set the expiry time of data produced by taskruns. Default is to take the runExpiry time of the workflow.

If this is not defined, the expiry time configured on the MC is the default.

Ensemble partitioning

Allows workflows to be split up run in parallel on multiple Forecasting Shells (e.g. for ensembles).

This needs the attribute maxEnsembleParts in the Workflowdescriptor to be set to a value > 1.

The value entered is the number of parallel parts the task should be split into.

Task Priority

Tasks can have priority High or Normal.


Whether this task should be run on the Failover Master Controller.

Run Option

Selected Run Option. All, All One At A Time or All Most Recent Only

Task XML

Link to download a copy of the the tasks in xml conforming to the taskList.xsd schema (Also used by the Upload Task(s) from File).

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