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PostPosted: 08 Oct 2012 11:21 
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I need to create a job which will have to be run every two weeks on Sunday, is there any way to set correctly the execution without create an own specific calendar using only the "rules"?

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PostPosted: 08 Oct 2012 11:39 
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Solved it!

I just check:
Month days: from day 1-7
from day 15-21
from 29-31
Connected though "AND"

Week days: only sunday

Now it works!


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PostPosted: 15 Oct 2012 2:33 
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I think it doesn't work.

I your case it runs
- 2 december (2 weeks later)
- 16 december (2 weeks later))
- 30 december(2 weeks later))
- 6 januari 2013 and this is 1 week after 30 december!


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PostPosted: 16 Oct 2012 1:40 
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I know you don't want to create a calendar but at least this method uses one simple calendar for any fortnightly job. Create a periodic calendar called FORTNIGHTLY with Periods A and B. A and B both cover one week and it is a simple repeating pattern of A, then B, then A, then B, etc.
Then you can create a job and use the weekdays tab to run on Day 0 of Period A (D0PA) or Day 0 of Period B (D0PB), depending on which week of the fortnight you wish to run the job in.


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