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PL/SQL Developer Scheduled Task

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Is it possible to set up a scheduled task in the developer at a specific time of day?  I'm trying to fully automate a reporting process that pulls data via the devloper and creates CSV files which are linked to an Access db that is already set up to automatically run at 7:15AM.

I would need the data pull to also run automatically with no prompts or warnings.
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This link might help you
http://www.oradev.com/dbms_scheduler.jsp 
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