Running an evaluation job

You run an evaluation job wizard to evaluate the assets in your organizations against specific standards or checks.

To launch the New Evaluation Job Wizard

  1. In the table pane, use the check box to select an asset that you want to evaluate.

  2. From the Global Tasks select Run Evaluation.

    The New Evaluation Job Wizard is displayed.

To use the New Evaluation Job Wizard

  1. In the Job Name and Description panel, in the Job Name box, type a name for the evaluation job that you want to create.

  2. In the Description box, type a description for the evaluation job and click Next.

  3. In the Select Targets panel, navigate through the business objects.

  4. From the list of standards that appear in the right section, select the standard against which you want to evaluate the assets.

    Click Add to add the selected standard and click Next.

    Click Add All to add all the standards that appear in the right section and click Next.

  5. In the Schedule panel, select any one of the following:

    • If you want to run the evaluation job after the wizard closes, check Run Now.

    • If you want to run the job at a specified interval, check Run Periodically and enter the following information:

      • In the Start On box, enter the start date and time to run the job.

      • Under Run periodically options, if you want to run the job only one time, select Run Once. If you want to run the job after specific days, select the number of days in the Run every Day list box. Click Next.

  6. In the Specify Notification Details panel, if you want to send the notification of job completion, check Send notification. Enter the following information:

    • Enter the subject and message of the notification mail.

    • Enter the sender's and the receiver's email ID.

  7. Click Next.

  8. In the Summary panel, review the information and click Finish.

  9. Click Back to make any changes or click Finish to exit the wizard.

More Information

Viewing the evaluation results in the details pane