Hello Manee,

Processors support scheduling via a Timer Driven or CRON Driven scheduling
strategy.  Timer Driver is based on a time period, such as every 5 seconds,
or every 12 hours, etc.  CRON Driven uses the CRON format.  You can also
use the REST API to start and stop processors remotely.

In terms of monitoring, some statistics like bytes in/out, flowfiles
in/out, tasks and execution time for the last 5 minutes are shown directly
on the processor view in the UI.  You can right-click on a processor to
view more in-depth status by clicking on Status History, which will allow
you to view more statistics like the ones previously listed with more
control over the time period you'd like to view those statstics.  You can
also access Data Provenance for a processor by right-clicking on it and
selecting the Data Provenance option.  You'll be able to see all the
flowfiles that have been processed by that processor.  The duration for
which Data Provenance is available for a flowfile is configurable, by
default I think it's 24 hours/1GB of data.

For notifications, bulletins are shown in the top-right corner of a
processor, typically for processor configuration validation errors, and
warnings or errors during the processing of flowfiles.

Is this the kind of information are you looking for, or do you need
something more in-depth?

On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 7:36 AM Manee <mani.natha...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi Team,
>     I am working on Nifi Monitoring and Scheduling .In that I am trying to
> Find the solution on NiFi Scheduling. How to run processor in single window
> and monitoring it and Error should be highlighted as notification.I am
> stuck
> up on to find a solution. please help me out to find a solution
> Thanks,
> Manee
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