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11g Release 2 (11.2)

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DBA_SCHEDULER_JOB_ROLES

DBA_SCHEDULER_JOB_ROLES displays information about all Scheduler jobs in the database by database role.

Column Datatype NULL Description
OWNER VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL Owner of the Scheduler job
JOB_NAME VARCHAR2(30) NOT NULL Name of the Scheduler job
JOB_SUBNAME VARCHAR2(30)   Subname of the Scheduler job (for a job running a chain step)
JOB_CREATOR VARCHAR2(30)   Creator of the Scheduler job
DATABASE_ROLE VARCHAR2(16)   Name of the database role
PROGRAM_OWNER VARCHAR2(4000)   Owner of the program associated with the job
PROGRAM_NAME VARCHAR2(4000)   Name of the program associated with the job
JOB_TYPE VARCHAR2(16)   Inline job action type:
  • PLSQL_BLOCK

  • STORED_PROCEDURE

  • EXECUTABLE

  • CHAIN

JOB_ACTION VARCHAR2(4000)   Inline job action
JOB_CLASS VARCHAR2(30)   Name of the job class associated with the job
SCHEDULE_OWNER VARCHAR2(4000)   Owner of the schedule that the job uses (can be a window or a window group)
SCHEDULE_NAME VARCHAR2(4000)   Name of the schedule that the job uses (can be a window or a window group)
SCHEDULE_TYPE VARCHAR2(12)   Type of the schedule that the job uses:
  • IMMEDIATE - Start date and repeat interval are NULL

  • ONCE - Repeat interval is NULL

  • PLSQL - PL/SQL expression used as schedule

  • CALENDAR - Oracle calendaring expression used as schedule

  • EVENT - Event schedule

  • NAMED - Named schedule

  • WINDOW - Window used as schedule

  • WINDOW_GROUP - Window group used as schedule

START_DATE TIMESTAMP(6) WITH TIME ZONE   Original scheduled start date of the job (for an inline schedule)
REPEAT_INTERVAL VARCHAR2(4000)   Inline schedule PL/SQL expression or calendar string
END_DATE TIMESTAMP(6) WITH TIME ZONE   Date after which the job will no longer run (for an inline schedule)
LAST_START_DATE TIMESTAMP(6) WITH TIME ZONE   Last date on which the job ran
ENABLED VARCHAR2(5)   Indicates whether the job is enabled (TRUE) or disabled (FALSE)
STATE VARCHAR2(15)   Current state of the job:
  • DISABLED

  • RETRY SCHEDULED

  • SCHEDULED

  • RUNNING

  • COMPLETED

  • BROKEN

  • FAILED

  • REMOTE

  • SUCCEEDED

  • CHAIN_STALLED

COMMENTS VARCHAR2(240)   Comments on the job