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Problem in Job Scheduled

Hello All,

I would like a help of all because I have a problem on a periodic job. I had a job ran from 15 to 15 minutes every day and the job usually performed by a specific day until 23:45, after he disappeared from SAP without generating any errors.

I don't understand what happened and I have looked at several places in SAP but I found nothing.

regards

Lincoln

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 04:25 PM

    Hi Lincoln,

    Did you followed the steps which are below at the time of defining the job.


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  • Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 05:39 PM

    Hello Lincoln

    Have you tried to find the job log with these conditions ?

    Regards

    RB


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    Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 06:29 PM

    Hi All,

    Occurred on 05/01/14 (Sunday) and on day 06 I looked at several places but didn't find anything wrong.

    I've done the selection in SM37 as suggested by Reagan and nothing on ....

    I am attaching the log of executions.


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    • Former Member

      Hi Lincoln

      a) Was the Job an event triggered job - if yes , then you need to keep * in the event ID for the job to come up in the selection screen .

      b) Remove all data parameters and then search the job ? Are you seeing the finished versions ?

      c) If nothing is yielding the results , please check if the Jobs Reorg job was run in your system ( RSBTCDEL2 ) .. which might have actually deleted the completed job as part of the maintenance process..

      Thanks

      Rishi

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