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Another consideration is the Advanced Job Scheduler which I believe can do this. It has many other benefits as well. As a SysAdmin my FAVORITE is that it doesn't start slinging jobs until I TELL it to. I can also end it at any time. Contrast to the standard scheduler that starts instantly with the controlling subsystem.

Further it can be in an iASP which means it's compatible with PowerHA.

It is a one time charge only and after that it's covered by normal SWMA.

- DrF

On 5/12/2022 8:36 AM, Darren Strong wrote:
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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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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