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Which table in Oracle is OScommand jobs held?

Posted on 2011-09-16
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Hi,

I am just in the process of tracking down what I think is a rouge OScommand job.  However which table is it in in Oracle?  I have looked in the ALL_JOBS view and I can't see it. I know I can see it in the Enterprise Manger (see below).  I am using Oracle 11g R2.

Thanks

Mike

 Example OSCommand
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by:Naveen Kumar
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try this : DBMS_SCHEDULER
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by:hydev
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Thanks - I have just had a read through the Oracle documentation and it tells me at great length how to set up jobs, but what if I want to see what jobs are already set up?

When I use SQL Developer and log on as SYSDBA and look under the Schedules/Programs/Jobs folder the MIKE_TEST job is not there.

Sorry if I'm missing something really obvious.

Mike
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dba_scheduler_programs
dba_scheduler_schedules
dba_scheduler_jobs
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by:hydev
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Thanks but when I select from those tables the MIKE TEST job does not exist in them.
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Are you using scheduler or dbms_jobs ?
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by:hydev
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I set it up in the screen shot.  Does that answer your question?
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As these are OS commands, the doc points to saving them to a LIBRARY.

http://download.oracle.com/docs/cd/E11857_01/em.111/e16790/jobs.htm#BABGBBDE

I cannot find where/how Oracle stores or references this.  I did find a view called DBA_LIBRARIES but I don't have any OS command libraries set up so I cannot confirm if this is the view.
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by:slightwv (䄆 Netminder)
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hydev,

Can I ask why you accepted the solutions as you did?  http:#a36548100 is asking a question and does not appear to provide any real asssitance.
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