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What is the difference between autosys and dbma_scheduler..........
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dbms_scheduler is an Oracle product and is built into the database.

I believe autosys is a 3rd party product.
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DBMS_SCHEDULER allows you to schedule jobs within a specific database.

Autosys (a 3rd party product from CA), allows you to schedule multiple tasks that can be run on multiple systems into a single job with logic that allows continuation and branching based on results.  Tasks can be run in a database or on the OS.
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