how to schedule a job?

Hi Expert,
I need to schedule a job.
the job is a select query which is used to unlock the statistics for paricular schema.
spool /home/oracle/1.sql

select 'set head off' from dual;
select 'set linesize 65' from dual;
select 'set pages 0' from dual;
select 'spool /home/oracle/Unlock_Table_Stats.log' from dual;

select replace('exec dbms_stats.unlock_table_stats(~SIEBEL~,~'||table_name||'~);',CHR(126),chr(39)) from all_tables where owner = '****;
select 'exit' from dual;
spool off

spool /home/oracle/2.sql
select 'set head off' from dual;
select 'set linesize 210' from dual;
select 'set pages 0' from dual;
select 'spool /home/oracle/Generate_Table_Stats.log' from dual;

select replace('exec dbms_stats.gather_table_stats(ownname => ~*****~, tabname => ~'||table_name||'~, method_opt => ~FOR ALL COLUMNS SIZE AUTO~, granularity => ~ALL~, cascade => TRUE, degree => DBMS_STATS.DEFAULT_DEGREE);',CHR(126),chr(39)) from all_tables where owner = 'SIEBEL' order by num_rows desc;
select 'exit' from dual;
spool off

its spools the o/p in 1.sql and 2.sql and again we have to run the 1.sql and 2.sql.

Client want us to schedule the above scrips which must run every weekend.

Please let me know how do i schedule this job which should run on every weekend.

the above script file name is create1.sql
which spool 2 file create1 and create2 .sql
which i have to run again.

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you can use windows task schedular for this job,, although oralce task sch.. may be good option but in such case i will recommond you use windows task sch... create a batch file, where via the SQLPLUS the script is executed  as @create.sql.

batch file

sqplus "/ as sysdba"

define time as once the 1script is executed ,, execute another script within 20 min...

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danieshAuthor Commented:
we are using linux server.
slightwv (䄆 Netminder) Commented:
Create a simple shell script and put it in cron:

rm /home/oracle/1.sql
rm /home/oracle/2.sql

sqlplus -s /nolog << EOF
conn username/password

Any reason you went down this path instead of a stored procedure and DBMS_SCHEDULER?  This way everything is contained inside the database.

Any reason for executing this at the TABLE level instead of SCHEMA level?  Then it's just two calls w/o the loop and individual calls.
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danieshAuthor Commented:
Can you advice me how can i set using dbms_schedukler
refer to this.

is call DBMS_JOB

1) assume you had a procudure created, then you just need to run
-- To run everynight at midnight starting tonight
exec dbms_job.submit(:v_JobNo, 'proc1;', TRUNC(SYSDATE)+1, 'TRUNC(SYSDATE)+1');

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