U00011094 Task '<Task Name>' is not activated due to the specified Calendar settings.

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Products

CA Automic Workload Automation - Automation Engine CA Automic One Automation CA Automic Operations Manager CA Automic Oracle

Issue/Introduction

We are getting the following task errors within a schedule: There is a significant business impact because scheduled tasks were not executed:

U00011093 Cannot start task '<Task Name>'. See following message.2020-12-17 11:00:10 - U00007019 Access to calendar '<Calendar Name>', keyword: '<Calendar Event>' is out of the validity area ('2020-12-18 > 2020-12-17').
U00011093 Cannot start task '<Task Name>'. See following message.2020-12-17 11:30:11 - U00007019 Access to calendar '<Calendar Name>', keyword: '<Calendar Event>' is out of the validity area ('2020-12-18 > 2020-12-17').
U00011093 Cannot start task '<Task Name>'. See following message.2020-12-17 12:30:11 - U00007019 Access to calendar '<Calendar Name>', keyword: '<Calendar Event>' is out of the validity area ('2020-12-18 > 2020-12-17').
U00011094 Task '<Task Name>' is not activated due to the specified Calendar settings.

Environment

Release : 12.3.x

Component : AUTOMATION ENGINE

Resolution

The error of:

U00011093 Cannot start task '<Task Name>'. See following message.2020-12-17 11:00:10 - U00007019 Access to calendar '<Calendar Name>', keyword: '<Calendar Event>' is out of the validity area ('2020-12-18 > 2020-12-17').

Means the time period (validity period) defined in the calendar object:

'<Calendar Name>'

with the following calendar event definitions:

'<Calendar Event>'

had expired. To fix this problem, you can:

Alter the calendar and correct the above defined calendar events to reflect future times.

Additional Information

Alternatively you can implement NOW_PLUS key in the UC_CLIENT_SETTINGS and push the number of years in the future that can be used to perform calculations based of your Calendar Event Definitions defined above.
For more information, please see the following documentation on this topic:

https://docs.automic.com/documentation/webhelp/english/AA/12.3/DOCU/12.3/Automic%20Automation%20Guides/help.htm#AWA/Objects/obj_calendar.htm#link2