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Xe scheduler

david

Member
Your help will be appreciated!

Here is the problem: We are trying to run a UBE through the OneWorld Scheduler that runs every 5 minutes from 6am to 9pm every Monday through Saturday.

It looks like I can only set the time OR the day but NOT BOTH?!

Is there a creative--or basic--way to do this?

Thanks again!

David Schoenberger
 

tombrown

Member
You could always run the UBE, but have some code in the UBE so it win't
process anything if the day is incorrect - simply this would be
checking the day and issuing the stop batch processing system function
if the day is sunday - or is there some reason why you can't have it
running on a sunday???

Hope that helps

Tom brown


--- david <schoendb@fotf.org> wrote:
> Your help will be appreciated!
>
> Here is the problem: We are trying to run a UBE through the OneWorld
> Scheduler that runs every 5 minutes from 6am to 9pm every Monday
> through Saturday.
>
> It looks like I can only set the time OR the day but NOT BOTH?!
>
> Is there a creative--or basic--way to do this?
>
> Thanks again!
>
> David Schoenberger
>
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If you are on the UNIX platform you could always just use CRON. Sorry I
don't have any info on the scheduler it just didn't work like we needed in
B732 so we went with CRON and have been happy campers since.

Mark Siebenschuh
HP9000
Oracle 8.0.5
B733 Base SP3
 
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