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    A fork of agendash Dashboard for Agenda with slight modifications to use pkFactory account for pkFactory as an object with createPk function.


    • Job status auto-refreshes: 60-second polling by default.
    • Schedule a new job from the UI.
    • Dive in to see more details about the job, like the json data.
    • Requeue a job. Clone the data and run immediately.
    • Delete jobs. Useful for cleaning up old completed jobs.
    • Search jobs by name and metadata. Supports querying by Mongo Object Id.
    • Pagination
    • Responsive UI



    Auto-refresh list of jobs

    Create jobs

    See job details, requeue or delete jobs

    Search by name, metadata, job status

    Search for a job by name or metadata

    Responsive UI

    Mobile UI small devices

    Mobile UI extra small devices


    Index for sorting

    It may be required to create the following index for faster sorting (see #24)

        "nextRunAt" : -1,
        "lastRunAt" : -1,
        "lastFinishedAt" : -1
    }, "agendash")


    • [ ] Get more test coverage
    • [ ] Add middlewares for fastify, and other express-like libraries
    • [ ] You decide! Submit a feature request


    npm install --save agendash

    Note: Agendash requires mongodb version >2.6.0 to perform the needed aggregate queries. This is your mongo database version, not your node package version! To check your database version, connect to mongo and run db.version().

    Middleware usage


    Agendash provides Express middleware you can use at a specified path, for example this will make Agendash available on your site at the /dash path. Note: Do not try to mount Agendash at the root level like app.use('/', Agendash(agenda)).

    var express = require("express");
    var app = express();
    // ... your other express middleware like body-parser
    var Agenda = require("agenda");
    var Agendash = require("agendash");
    var agenda = new Agenda({ db: { address: "mongodb://" } });
    // or provide your own mongo client:
    // var agenda = new Agenda({mongo: myMongoClient})
    app.use("/dash", Agendash(agenda));
    // ... your other routes
    // ... start your server

    By mounting Agendash as middleware on a specific path, you may provide your own authentication for that path. For example if you have an authenticated session using passport, you can protect the dashboard path like this:

      function (req, res, next) {
        if (!req.user || !req.user.is_admin) {
        } else {

    Other middlewares will come soon in the folder /lib/middlewares/. You'll just have to update the last line to require the middleware you need:

      Agendash(agenda, {
        middleware: "connect",

    Note that if you use a CSRF protection middleware like csurf, you might need to configure it off for Agendash-routes.


    A minimum Node.js version 12 is required for @hapi/hapi dependency.

    npm i @hapi/inert @hapi/hapi
    const agenda = new Agenda().database(
    const server = require("@hapi/hapi").server({
      port: 3002,
      host: "localhost",
    await server.register(require("@hapi/inert"));
    await server.register(
      Agendash(agenda, {
        middleware: "hapi",
    await server.start();

    Then browse to http://localhost:3002/.


    npm i koa koa-bodyparser koa-router koa-static
    const agenda = new Agenda().database(
    const Koa = require("koa");
    const app = new Koa();
    const middlewares = Agendash(agenda, {
      middleware: "koa",
    for (const middleware of middlewares) {
    await app.listen(3002);

    Then browse to http://localhost:3002/.

    Standalone usage

    Agendash comes with a standalone Express app which you can use like this:

    ./node_modules/.bin/agendash --db=mongodb://localhost/agendaDb --collection=agendaCollection --port=3002

    or like this, for default collection agendaJobs and default port 3000:

    ./node_modules/.bin/agendash --db=mongodb://localhost/agendaDb

    If you are using npm >= 5.2, then you can use npx:

    npx agendash --db=mongodb://localhost/agendaDb --collection=agendaCollection --port=3002

    Then browse to http://localhost:3002/.

    Docker usage

    Agendash can also be run within a Docker container like this:

    docker run -p 3000:3000 \
      --env MONGODB_URI=mongo://myUser:myPass@myHost/myDb \
      --env COLLECTION=myAgendaCollection agenda/agendash

    Then browse to http://localhost:3000/.


    npm i @anp-tech/agendash

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