An external process from Tidal, drops randomly a group of letters with 3 different file extensions (1 letter consist of 1 set of three files) in a source folder location (Linux environment), then Tidal job moves the letters with a wildcard file name dependency and 1 min file stable for further processing and final printing.
The problem with the above is that after Tidal commit both dependencies, it starts moving the letters whilst at same time another letter can be dropped off and gets picked up by Tidal and partially printed at the end.
Try this. Create a queue with a job limit of 1. Create a variable in your move job. In the action fired by the file event set the value of this variable to be the name of the file picked up by the file event
This way you get a job called which only works on the specific filename and only one instance runs at a time so it won't affect newly inbound files.
To add the queue, right click on queues, add the queue, set the priority to something higher (say 60) than the default systems queues, set the job limit =1 and apply a filter such as a job class so that only specfic jobs end up on this queue.
For the group doing the actual file handling define a group variable which will become the the name of the file picked up by the file event. So in the group we might define a local variable GROUP_FILENAME. Put this group in a job class which matches the filter on your queue.
In the action that calls the file handling job define an override such that GROUP_FILENAME is assigned a value drawn from the file event. In the Parameters section GROUP_FILENAME= which is a variable found under
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