On Fri, Apr 13, 2012 at 12:06 PM, DeLong, Eric <EDeLong@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Because time is NOT a job level attribute.
 There's a clock.  It is managed by the OS.
 It applies to all jobs within that OS partition.

Fine, but you CAN change the job date. So his question becomes:

Why is "date" a job attribute, but not "time"? In most contexts, the
time is simply a higher-precision extension of the date.

Personally, I don't know why "date" is a job attribute. What is this
attribute really supposed to *mean*? What is its purpose? (I'm not
trying to be difficult; I fully expect the answers to be reasonable; I
just don't know what they are.)


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