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Previous sections explained the process of defining and scheduling jobs. This section covers additional management options to handle modifying, monitoring, and controlling background jobs. Users can display a list of their own jobs by selecting System Own jobs from any R/3 menu. The most important background job managing operations are as follows: Checking the status of jobs. Modifying jobs. Deleting jobs. Some time after a job has been processed, you should delete it to release system resources. You have two options for deleting a job: manually, job by job or automatically, using a re organization program that deletes jobs that are beyond a date line. Viewing the job log. If a job has been aborted, you should view the job log for the cause of the failure. Most basic management operations are performed from the job overview screen. To reach the job overview screen, first, from the main menu select System Services Jobs Job overview or, alternatively, enter transaction code SM37 in the command field. Figure 13 9 shows the initial screen for selecting jobs.
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Figure 13 9: Background jobs main selection screen. On the initial screen, enter the selection criteria for the jobs you want to look for. On the job selection screen, you can specify job name, user name, a date and time interval, job status, and so forth. Wildcards, such as the asterisk sign (*) are allowed. Do not forget to enter the event name or an * to select jobs which are started after event, even when they are already finished in the date and time range. Once the criteria is specified, click Enter to display the job overview for the requested selection. Figure 13 10 shows an example of a Job overview screen. This screen includes several menu options that allow you to perform common monitoring and management tasks over a job or a group of selected jobs.
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Figure 13 10: Job overview list. The next sections explain some of these common tasks.
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A job can have one of the following statuses: scheduled, released, ready, active, finished, canceled. They indicate the following conditions: Scheduled. The job has been created but still has not been released to run. A scheduled job will never execute unless it is released. Released. The job is released to run at the time or condition specified in the start options. 461
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Modifying Scheduled Jobs Ready. The start date and time has arrived and the job is waiting to be executed. This status is not seen very often. It is a short period of time before the job changes to an active status. Active. The job is running, being executed. Finished. The job has ended successfully. Canceled. The job has ended with errors.
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A job which has been released can be canceled, which reverts its status to Scheduled. To do this, from the job overview list, select the job, and then, from the menu, choose Job Schedule job Cancel. To release a scheduled job, from the menu, click on the Release button on the application toolbar or select Job Schedule job Release. From the job overview screen, administrators can also change the definition of a job which has not yet been processed. By selecting the job and then choosing Job Change from the menu, authorized users can modify the start time, the steps, print lists, restrictions, and so on. Other available options under the Job menu are as follows: Copy is used to copy a job with another name. Move is the option available for changing the target host of a job. Capture is a function to intervene in an active job in order to interrupt it or put it under debugging mode. Check status is useful in situations where, due to system failures, shutdowns, and the like, it's not clear that the status of the job is the real one. For jobs which are already finished or have been canceled, you can display the job log by selecting the job and clicking on the Job log function button on the application toolbar. To display the details of individual jobs, select the job and click on the Display button on the application toolbar. From the job display screen, you can look further at the rest of the job information like the steps, start time, repeat interval, print specifications, and so forth.
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