I've set my settings to timezone Amsterdam(+1). I expect that I can schedule jobs via the REST endpoint in this timezone (when not specifying timezome). This doesn't work, my jobs get scheduled hours later.
When I do specify the timezone in my request it shouldn't matter what I configured in my settings. Now when I try to post a job at 17:00 (local time) using "2012-01-05+01:00T17:30:00" it tells me the time is in the past.
Maybe I'm doing something wrong, but it's not clear from the documentation how this works.9 votes
I live in London, and job aCnFkcYt said it would run at 2011-11-03T10:55:45. It didn't? It stopped working when the clocks went back on Sunday.8 votes
For instance, calling the boxcar api was simplified because they provide an example in this form:
curl -d "email=[md5 of email]" \
-d "notification[from_screen_name]=Hello" \
-d "notification[message]=This+is+an+example" \
Great idea. We’ll add this to the TODO list.
I've tried to add a job using a standard form post, and always get the following (html) response:
The change you wanted was rejected.
Maybe you tried to change something you didn't have access to.
I've tried with the apikey in the URI, not in the URI, everything in the URI, etc (http://pastebin.com/DVReq0W6)
Not sure what I'm missing.6 votes
I've tried to schedule a request in .NET 4 but I get HTTP 422 back. This is my POST request:
I've tried adding the parameters in the URL, sending them in POST data, doing both, nothing. Same response.6 votes
In the initial configuration make the job schedulable on a reoccurring basis.6 votes
I’ll take a look. Not sure why this would be happening, but I’ll get to the bottom of it!
tZnJ4fgy was scheduled for 2012-03-19T10:00:00 Sydney time and it did not run.
Is this service still supported??
Will it be going live??
Am happy to pay for the service, I just need to know whether I will have to come up with an alternative solution...
- Don't see your idea?