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What will happen if we put EXEC = N for a job in CA7?

 
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Padmaja Chennupati

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2010 12:27 pm    Post subject: What will happen if we put EXEC = N for a job in CA7?
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Hi,

I faced one issue in which one job say JOBA is set as EXEC=N, Its triggered jobs got executed.

Let us say JOBA triggers JOB B and JOB C. I am in an assumption that if JOBA is turned off(EXEC=N), then JOB B and JOB C should not get triggered, which didn't happen in my issue. Even JOB A didn't get executed, JOB B and JOBC got executed.

Can anybody please explain what exactly happens when we put EXEC=N and how the jobs got triggered?
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 26, 2010 12:39 pm    Post subject:
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The information that you request is readily available in the product documentation which should have been the very first place that you looked.

EXEC=N sets a job when scheduled to be deemed as processed without physically processing the job.
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