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PostPosted: 23 Mar 2016 7:44 
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Hi,

Can anyone kindly advise me how to set alert for any cyclic job which must run on time?
e.g. Job A run recursively every 60 mins and must at **:05 for each clock. How to prompt alert it fail this timing?


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PostPosted: 24 Mar 2016 5:02 
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As you know, it's easy for us to set alert for a daily job, running at a specific time.
Post-Proc -> when late sub **:**, then mail out or prompt to console etc.

But we cannot put specific time for a cyclic job like this way.

Who can advise me? Or if AutoEdit variable can help?

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PostPosted: 11 Apr 2016 12:40 
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You can still use the shout when latesub, if your cyclic job is defined as cyclic but runs at specific times; in another words, not by interval.
Another way would be to have your cyclic job write a condition for which another cyclic job has a "not" in condition check for, then if the second searching cyclic job runs, it sends the warning message.


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fizzpop wrote:
You can still use the shout when latesub, if your cyclic job is defined as cyclic but runs at specific times; in another words, not by interval.
Another way would be to have your cyclic job write a condition for which another cyclic job has a "not" in condition check for, then if the second searching cyclic job runs, it sends the warning message.


Hi fizzpop,

thank you.
can you please elaborate on second solution? not catch your meaning.
you mean to set another cycle job to have late-submit alert, but it still cannot be sure to keep alert very cycle, right?

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