Commit 8f048e78 authored by Carsten  Rose's avatar Carsten Rose

Manual.rst: fix typo

parent a719ec1b
......@@ -3511,7 +3511,7 @@ page. The split is done via http://www.cityinthesky.co.uk/opensource/pdf2svg/.
* *fileSplit* = `<type>` - Activate the splitting process. Only possible value: `fileSplit=svg`.
* *fileDestinationSplit* = `<pathFileName (pattern)>` - Target directory and filename pattern for the created & split'ed files. E.g. ::
fileDestinationSplit = fileadmin/protected/{{id:R}}.{{filenameBase}}.%02d.svg
fileDestinationSplit = fileadmin/protected/{{id:R}}.{{filenameBase}}.%02d.svg
* *tableNameSplit* = `<tablename>` - Reference in table 'Split' to the table, which holds the original PDF file.
......@@ -6664,9 +6664,9 @@ If `nextRun` is > 0 and in the past, the job will be fired. After the job has be
This is useful for jobs which have to be fired from time to time.
To fire such an asynchronous job, just set `nextRun`=NOW() and wait for the next system cron run.
To fire such an asynchronous job, just set `nextRun=NOW()` and wait for the next system cron run.
If such a job is running and a new `nextRun`=NOW() is applied, the 'AutoCron' job will be fired again during the next
If such a job is running and a new `nextRun=NOW()` is applied, the 'AutoCron' job will be fired again during the next
system cron run.
......@@ -6698,7 +6698,7 @@ Also `overwrite` or `append` can be selected for the output file. In case of `ap
OS level.
To check for a successful DB connection, it's a good practice to report a custom token on the T3 page / QFQ record like
'DB Connect: ok'. Such a string can be checked via `Pattern to look for on output`=`/DB Connect: ok/`. The pattern
'DB Connect: ok'. Such a string can be checked via `Pattern to look for on output=/DB Connect: ok/`. The pattern
needs to be written in PHP PCRE syntax. For a simple search string, just surround them with '/'.
If the pattern is found on the page, the job get's 'Ok' - else 'Error - ...'.
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