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Unless you want to specify each date for a year out, and somehow auto-maintain that, another alternative is to have the schedule job call a smaller program first that decides if the job should process that day, given whatever logic you want, and then just schedule it to run every day.
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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,
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