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svrao said...Good Reference!! Thanks!
Ratnaker said...This Article is very usefull for me.
Paul said...Very useful, thanks for posting this.
ravi said...Thank You, this article was of great help
Swati said...Excellent Article.. Thank you so much.. It was extremely useful to me.. Wonderful..
Joe said...I checked at least 5 other web postings on dbms_scheduler before stopping at this one. This is the best I've found so far!
Muhammad Ikram said...MashaALLAH, Excellent article, thanks for knowledge sharing.
May ALLAH bless you with more wisdom and knowledge
Nosferatu said...Thank you very much! Excellent article - quite useful, informative and understandable!=)
swapnil said...This is better than the oracle documentation ;)
Seems almost identical
I wrote a book on the scheduler for Rampant. I guess that article and a section of the book it links to were inspired by my Rampant book, which was inspired by this article. :)
Paul said...Great stuff, but maybe there's an error.
where you say:
-- Run job synchronously.
I think that use_current_session should be TRUE - i observed that without it set to TRUE the process will have to wait for a job queue process to become available.....
Yes. Dodgy copy/paste. Sorry. Corrected now. :)
Lalit Kumar B said...It would be good to see a demonstration about creating a job as executable for sql scripts "test.sql" located in local directory in windows. You have shown how to schedule a shell script, it's easy to understand, but it is not same for .sql scripts in windows. Since, the privileges matter as compared when executed in cmd. Looking for it.
The scheduler does things on the server only. In later releases it can do remote jobs via an agent, but this isn't meant for scheduling things on people's PCs.
I think you have misunderstood the purpose of the scheduler.