Robot/SCHEDULE passing scheduled run date and time

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Is there a way to get the [strong]scheduled[/strong] run date and time passed into the called program as parameters. 

for example, it is supposed to run at 23:00 on 6/15, but due to a power outage, it is now 01:15 on 6/16.  Is there a way to setup the "Reserved Variables" so that the program receives the 23:00 and 6/15 instead of 01:15 and 6/16 as passed in parameters?



Software/Hardware used:
i/os v6r1, Robot/SCHEDULE v10

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  • TomLiotta
    No ideas from H/S Support? I'm only aware of the OPAL TIME variable. I haven't seen any references to the Scheduled Date. I'm not at all certain that it's cleanly available anywhere. Tom
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  • Abigail
    I would post this question on the HelpSystems Forum: http://www.helpsystems.com/forum
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  • BigKat
    you would think it would be a standard option, but we were not able to find a way to do it about a year ago now. if you find it, please post back so we all can know :)
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