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Report Job hung using Report server

Posted on 2007-03-28
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Dear Experts,
I have a report job hanging in report server,
We tried to delete it from report server and we even tried to stop-restart report server itself, and we still couldn’t get rid of this job. That leaves us the only option here – bounce the application server.
Can you help us to identify more options to solve this problem?

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Question by:crishna1
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Try to stop it via Reports Queue Manager, connecting to the reports server, clicking on 'Show Schedule Jobs'
select the job and removed it.

However the jobs is still there please try to investigate on Metalink bug 3066221 and the  fix  included in patch 4.5.0.18
You do not share with us the Reports Server version, but if possible try to go to higher version.
I also had such problem and couldn't get rid from scheduled report.


 
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