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Scheduling Jobs with Java [message #91908] Mon, 04 August 2003 06:18
Dirk Bielemeier
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Registered: August 2003
Junior Member
Hello together!

How is it possible to start a new job with a java stored procedure? We have a table called JOB_DEFINITIONS, that includes a column named SQL_STATEMENT. At a specific time a job daemon should start a JOB. To do so, it should read the JOB_DEFINITION-entry and start the SQL_STATEMENT, that could be something like 'BEGIN TEST_PACKAGE.START_JOB; END;'.

I don't want to use DBMS_JOB to start the routine, more likely i would prefer to handle the new job from a stored java routine. Has anyone experience here?

Greetings

Dirk
Duesseldorf / Germany
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