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Posted on 2011-03-03
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How can I query a oracle 11gR2 database to know the details of a scheduled job -- when it was last run, duration it took to run last, if it was successful or so?
I do not have DBA account and want to see the scheduled job details of my account's jobs only.
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slightwv (䄆 Netminder) earned 1800 total points
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On mobile and cannot confirm but I think the view you need is;

User_scheduler_jobs
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by:toooki
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I get error when I run that query.
select * from user_scheduler_jobs error
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by:toooki
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Ok it could be some IDE tool issue.
It worked on a different IDE.
Thanks a lot!!
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