WebSphere Commerce Version or later

Creating and scheduling the UBX integration job

Create and schedule the UBX integration job (CustomerSegmentUBXIntegrate) in production to synchronize customer segment data between WebSphere Commerce and UBX.


  1. Open the Administration Console and select Store on the Administration Console Site/Store Selection page.
    You must configure the UBX scheduler job at the store level.
  2. Click Configuration > Scheduler. A list of jobs that are scheduled to run is displayed.
  3. Create the CustomerSegmentUBXIntegrate job:
    1. Click New.
    2. Create the CustomerSegmentUBXIntegrate job with the following values:
      New Scheduled Job: CustomerSegmentUBXIntegrate
      Parameter Value
      Job command CustomerSegmentUBXIntegrate
      Start Date Enter the date that you want to begin the job.
      Start time Enter the time of day that you want to start the job for the first time. Use the 24-hour clock format, for example, 13:00 for 1 PM
      Associated user Type the user on whose behalf this job is run. By default, the user ID of the current user is entered in this field. Set the value of this field to be the same as the value in the LOGONID column of the USERREG database table.
      Allowed host Type the name of the host that runs this job. If this parameter is omitted, the job can be run by any host. This parameter is only needed if the scheduler is running on multiple hosts and if a job must be restricted to one of them. Use the following form to specify the host name: name.domain.
      Scheduler interval Type the number of seconds between successive runs of this job. If this parameter is omitted, the job is run only once. A typical schedule interval for this job is 600 seconds (10 minutes).
      Job attempts and Seconds to retry Type the number of times the scheduler is to retry the job if it fails and the number of seconds before a failed job is retried. Both field must be present to retry a job.
      Scheduler policy Specify the policy to be used by the scheduler when the job fails to run. Select whether the job is run one time and the next run is occurs in the future, or whether the job runs as many times as necessary to recover all missed runs.
      Job priority Type a number to be associated with the priority of this job. This value is inserted into the SCCPRIORITY column of the SCHCONFIG table. A greater number indicates a higher priority job.
      Application type Select the application schedule pool that the job is a part of. The purpose of this field is to constrain resource-intensive jobs to a limited number of threads. The application types, and the rules that govern their access to resources, are defined by the user under the WebSphere Commerce Administration Console. The default application type is null.

      For more information about the full set of parameters for scheduled jobs, see Scheduling a site-level job.

    3. Click OK.


Your job is listed on the Scheduler Status Display page and runs at the specified start time.