Pierre CORBEL03/29/2020, 3:26 PM
combine to a launch at startup. Is there an easy way to achieve this? 🧐 I think the fact that the scheduler wait for the next schedule raise the need for a "fire_at_start" parameter. In my case, if my schedule is programmed every day at 3 o'clock, I don't want to wait X hours before my DB is loaded up with data. 🕒 Does it make sense?
Scott Zelenka03/29/2020, 5:22 PM
and specifying the
, which will always trigger when the flow is ran... the challenge with that, is you cannot specify the "every night at 3". Another approach would be to manually trigger the flow once after it's successfully built.
Pierre CORBEL03/29/2020, 7:05 PM