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Dataddo platform provides a robust scheduling mechanism that allows users to schedule data extractions and writing operations. With our scheduling functionality, users can easily set up recurring data extraction and writing operations to automate their data pipeline. The platform allows users to specify the exact time and frequency of their extractions, as well as set up complex cron schedules for more advanced use cases. Users can also easily adjust their schedules or pause and resume them at any time. With Dataddo's scheduling capabilities, users can save time and streamline their data processing workflows.
Setting Snapshotting Frequency
Data sync is set in the data connector during the source definition process.
Editing Snapshotting Frequency
Data syncs can be edited by navigating to Sources and clicking on Snapshotting frequency for the particular source.
Advanced snapshotting frequency
Dataddo platform offers users the ability to use advanced cron expressions to schedule their data extractions and writing operations with more advanced snapshotting frequency. This means users can set up specific dates and times, as well as complex recurring intervals, for their extractions and writing operations. With Dataddo's advanced cron expression support, users have more control and flexibility over their data pipeline and can tailor their scheduling to their specific needs. Whether users need data to be extracted every minute or every month, Dataddo's advanced cron expression support has them covered.
These are just a few examples of the many possible cron expressions you can use to schedule your data extractions and writing operations with Dataddo platform.
0 0 0 1 * ?
This cron expression represents the first day of every month at midnight. It will trigger a data extraction or writing operation on the first day of each month at 12:00 AM.
0 0/30 * * * ?
This cron expression represents a data extraction or writing operation every 30 minutes, all day, every day.
0 0 12 ? * MON-FRI
This cron expression represents a data extraction or writing operation every weekday at noon. It will trigger on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 12:00 PM.
0 0 1 ? * 6L
This cron expression represents the last Friday of every month at 1:00 AM. It will trigger on the last Friday of each month at 1:00 AM.