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The Oracle Cloud Job Scheduler is part of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). It provides the ability to schedule and manage jobs in the cloud and has features for automating tasks and processes on a predefined schedule.
Jobs can be defined and scheduled to run at specific times, intervals, or based on complex conditions or event triggers. The Oracle Cloud Job Scheduler is a flexible platform that enables management of job execution across multiple environments.
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To run a scheduler job in Oracle, take the following steps:
Create job: Create job definition to specify details of the job. This includes job name, schedule, command, and script to execute, and any input parameters. This can be done using the
DBMS_SCHEDULER.CREATE_JOB procedure or the Oracle Enterprise Manager.
The below example shows simple job creation using PL/SQL:
BEGIN DBMS_SCHEDULER.CREATE_JOB ( job_name => 'MY_JOB', job_type => 'PLSQL_BLOCK', job_action => 'BEGIN my_procedure; END;', start_date => SYSTIMESTAMP, repeat_interval => 'FREQ=DAILY', enabled => TRUE); END; /
SET_ATTRIBUTEstored procedure of
DBMS_SCHEDULER. This can include retry, job priority, logging settings, and error handling.
DBA_SCHEDULER_JOB_RUN_DETAILSto get information about job runs, job sets, and status.
The above steps will initiate Oracle enterprise scheduler job requests.
Some key features of the Oracle Cloud Job Scheduler include:
The Oracle Cloud Job Scheduler supports a variety of job definitions to accommodate different use cases and requirements. Some of the most common job definitions used with the Oracle Cloud Job Scheduler include:
Job metadata refers to the additional information or attributes associated with a job in a job scheduling system. It provides context and descriptive details about the job, enabling better management, monitoring, and control of the job execution process.
Job metadata usually includes details like job name, job description, job owner, job schedule, job dependencies, job parameters, job results, job status, and job history.
Job metadata plays a crucial role in managing applications and administering jobs within a scheduling system. It helps users, administrators, and monitoring tools understand, track, and control the behavior of job execution. This in turn makes for more efficient job management, troubleshooting, and analysis.