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Richard,

I have not used the advanced scheduler. I have used the Robot Schedular and it does have a lot of nice bells and whistles.

I hate to spend that much money however to solve a single issue as you described.

What I would consider doing is to wrap the call to your current job in a CL program, before executing the job, the CL program checks the system date for the day of the month, if it is the 15th, execute the job, otherwise end the CL program. Put the call to the CL program in the job scheduler for every day.

Regards,

Jim Hawkins
Programmer Analyst
Interkal LLC
Kalamazoo, MI
269.978.2252


message: 3
date: Wed, 11 May 2022 08:26:27 -0500
from: Richard Reeve <rjrjr64@xxxxxxxxx>
subject: Job scheduler question

All,

I have a job that currently gets run manually on the 15th and end of month. Is there a way that I could put it on the job scheduler to run automatically (even when the 15th and end of month are non-working days)?
I've done a bit of research but don't seem to find any concrete answers.

As always, thanks for your help.

All the best,

Richard Reeve


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