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Tables and Column Info to know the Different Types of Job

 

I am trying to look for tables and column names that will give me what are the types of job. for example i need to do a query on all jobs that are FTP job, command jobs, oracle jobs, etc. i saw there is a column jobmst_type on table tidal.jobmst and i would like to know what does each of the value correspond to? if there is any lookup table to cross reference those values. please advise.

 

thank you,
warren

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Hi Warren,I just posted under

Cisco Employee

Try right clicking and choose

Try right clicking and choose properties.  Do you see unblock as a choice?  If so then click that.

Sometimes unregistered HTML Help viewer component can also causes this problem, try to register it by running command in command prompt “regsvr32 hhctrl.ocx”.

 

 

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Cisco Employee

Hi Warren The scheduler Data

Hi Warren

 

The scheduler Data Model is a windows compiled help file that describes the structure of each table and in particular to this question your starting point will be the jobmst table.  FTP jobs are listed with a value of 6 in the jobmst_type field.

 

Attached is a zip file containing the data model for tes 5.3.1

 

This should get you going.

 

Bob

New Member

i unzipped and when i opened

i unzipped and when i opened it does not work. please advise. thanks.

 

 

 

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Hi Warren, Verify the file

Hi Warren,

 

Verify the file ends with a .chm extension, and then try saving it to your desktop.

 

BR,

Derrick Au

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hi derrick,yes it ends with

hi derrick,

yes it ends with .chm and i saved it in my desktop. still not work. i am using windows 7 64 bit version.

thanks,
warren

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it is working now i clicked

it is working now i clicked on the file properties unblock. thanks so much.

Cisco Employee

Try right clicking and choose

Try right clicking and choose properties.  Do you see unblock as a choice?  If so then click that.

Sometimes unregistered HTML Help viewer component can also causes this problem, try to register it by running command in command prompt “regsvr32 hhctrl.ocx”.

 

 

New Member

that works i clicked on the

that works i clicked on the unblock button. thanks so much.

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