Display Posting Options on Requests
Posting options determine whether a request is posted in the background immediately, in the foreground immediately, or in the background at a scheduled start time.
NOTE: A request based on a GUI Script template cannot use the Foreground post method.
A request is posted in the background if there is a large amount of data to process that may affect system performance or may time out a session. Monitor posts that run in the background on the Request Role Finish Monitor page.
A post that runs in the foreground processes immediately and is appropriate for requests that are not so large as to time out the system.
Posting options include:
Foreground Post - Immediately posts data in the foreground using stored user credentials.
NOTE: This option is not available if the request uses a GUI Script template type.
- Background Post - Posts a request in the background using stored credentials.
- Schedule Post - Posts a request at a scheduled time using stored credentials.
Refer to User Credentials in dspCompose for more information.
NOTE: When posting in dspCompose using the Schedule Post feature, users must have permission to the Post Monitor group in Integrate to successfully post.