(Only for Oracle 10g release or later)
You can view a history of the Job Scheduler window transactions over a range of dates.
|From date / To date
|Select the Start and End date range to view.
|Update the display.
Specific system privileges are required in order for you to manage the Job Scheduler for connections to Oracle 10g and later.
The system privileges associated with the Job Scheduler (for Oracle 10g and later) are as follows:
Enables you to create jobs, schedules and programs in your own schema.
Note: You can always alter and drop jobs, schedules and programs which you own, even when you do not have the CREATE JOB privilege.
CREATE ANY JOB
Enables you to create jobs, schedules, and programs in any schema. This effectively gives the grantee the ability to run code as any user so it must be issued with care.
EXECUTE ANY PROGRAM
Enables jobs the ability to use programs from any schema.
EXECUTE ANY CLASS
Enables jobs to run under any job class.
Enables you to create, alter and drop job classes, windows and window groups. It also enables you to purge scheduler logs and modify scheduler attributes.
In order to successfully use the Job Scheduler, you may also need to adjust the settings on your server in the INIT.ORA configuration file to allow use of the DBMS_JOBS package (Oracle 9.2 and earlier) or the DBMS_SCHEDULER (Oracle 10g and later).
The following minimum settings are recommended:
job_queue_processes = 2
job_queue_interval = 10
job_queue_keep_connections = false
(Remember to restart your server to apply these settings.)
When an object is open in an editing window, and you want to see where that object resides in the schema, you can use Locate in Tree to jump to that object’s node in the DB Navigator tree. This action expands all intermediate nodes and displays the object’s details—such as privileges and columns.
Locate in Tree is available from the following windows:
The Output Window displays SQL Navigator messages and server output including Oracle errors.
|There are tabs for each session, plus one for general messages not related to any particular session.
Icons & Color Coding
The types of output are distinguished by font color. Icon markers make them even more noticeable.
Note: The Output window displays the results of program compilation and execution, including errors. You can view the full Oracle error description by double-clicking the error code in the Output window. The resulting dialog contains the error message description, cause and recommended actions, just as they appear in Oracle documentation.
|Copy to the Clipboard
|Select the text you want to copy. Right-click the selection and select Copy.
|Right-click in the Output window and select Clear.
|Right-click in the Output window and select Print.
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