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Oracle Job Scheduling

Chapter 2 - Configuring Oracle Job Scheduling


job_user@db10g> @windows

WINDOW_NAME                    RESOURCE_PLAN           ENABL ACTIV
------------------------------ ----------------------- ----- -----
TEST_WINDOW_1                                          TRUE  FALSE
TEST_WINDOW_2                                          TRUE  FALSE
WEEKEND_WINDOW                                         TRUE  TRUE
WEEKNIGHT_WINDOW                                       TRUE  FALSE

4 rows selected.

Figure 2.14 shows the Scheduler Windows screen in the OEM 10g DB Control.

Figure 2.14OEM 10g DB Control: Scheduler Windows


The server normally controls the opening and closing of windows, but they also can be opened and closed manually using the open_window and close_window procedures.

PROCEDURE open_window (
  window_name             IN VARCHAR2,
  duration                IN INTERVAL DAY TO SECOND,
  force                   IN BOOLEAN DEFAULT FALSE)

The above text is an excerpt from:

Oracle Job Scheduling
Creating Robust Task Management with dbms_job and Oracle10g dbms_scheduler

ISBN 0-9744486-6-4

by Dr. Timothy S. Hall

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