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A Business Interval, also called a "Business Calendar", defines periods of time. These intervals are then applied during the scheduling of workflows in determining whether a workflow may (or may not) run. Unlike ordinary calendars, Business Intervals are not required to be oriented to calendar days and may even have millisecond resolution. Picture the calendar as a timeline running from left to right – Business Intervals define the ranges of time on this timeline that are either included or excluded. Included ranges of time define when workflows may run, and excluded ranges of time define the periods that the workflows may not run.

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For a complete working example of a business interval that is used with a Timer Trigger, refer to the /examples/end_users/business_calendar directory under your Flux installation directory.

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Creating Business Intervals in the Flux Operations Console

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