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Oracle® Fusion Applications Developer's Guide for Oracle Enterprise Scheduler
11g Release 1 (11.1.2)

Part Number E10142-02
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Oracle Enterprise Scheduler provides the ability to run different job types, including: Java, PL/SQL, and binary scripts, distributed across the nodes in an Oracle WebLogic Server cluster. Oracle Enterprise Scheduler runs these jobs securely, with high availability and scalability, with load balancing and provides monitoring and management through Oracle Enterprise Manager Fusion Applications Control.


This document is intended for Oracle applications developers and assumes familiarity with Java and SQL.

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For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle 11g Fusion Middleware documentation set:


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