Query Queue User Groups
Table that defines the User Group parameters.
A user-defined name of the user group, such as Analysts.
Specifies a policy type. Right-click to choose Standard Policy or Daily Schedule.
A Standard Policy ensures that users with a low priority are incrementally moved up the queue and scheduled, even if higher priority users enter the queue. You can add multiple policies of the same type in a group, and their effect is cumulative.
Standard Policy Increments
The increment settings for the Standard Policy increase the priority of a query bunch as time passes. This does not force the bunches to be scheduled, but you can use these settings to prioritize users who have been waiting for a long time. The queued parameters affect queries that are currently queued (such as on hold due to insufficient resources to complete them). The scheduled parameters affect queries that are being answered. The priority of a query rises by the number specified in the appropriate increment and increment interval fields:
Daily Schedule Policy
Lets you change the priority at specific times of the day. This schedule is useful for automated clients, such as Report Server , and when users of the system live in different time zones.
Right-click to add a scheduled priority change. The Change Time is the time of day at which the change occurs. The format is hour:minutes AM/PM. If AM or PM is not entered, the system uses military time.
The maximum priority value resulting from a change. The Priority Change is the amount added to the priority. For example, a value of 0 returns to a default priority. Any other value results in a priority of the default priority plus this number.
Lists the users that are members of the group.
Name: The user’s name as it appears in the Common Name field in the user’s certificate.
Extra Priority: Provides additional priority to the user group’s base priority to determine the starting priority for that user.