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Schedule a job with Factory calendar.

Hi All!

I have to schedule a job on some specific days in the year.

I created a specific factory calendar fot this.

How can I schedule now using this calendar.

In SM36 I press staring condition button and than the two arrows button (next to "at operation mode button").

In the new pop up i fill the factory calendar but I get an error ("Specify a start time") and even if I enter a time in the same pop up i can't save.

Any idea???

Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 03:28 PM

    Hi,

    While creating the Job,For initila start you have to enter the start time..Then you have to check the option periodic option,then it prompts for the periodic type,there you can see a button RESTRICTIONS.here you have to give the factory calender and ...........Just try this...

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 03:41 PM

    this is a bug in that dynpro. what the screen really wants is the workday the job should run. please note that if you - for example - enter "1" this will mean the first workday in your special calender.

    i use this method when i want CO-jobs to run on the first weekend-day every month.

    you don't need to add a time (at least not in NW640/17).

    mark on of the radio buttons 'relative to ...' and add a value in the field period. save without using the << function (this is also a bit buggy).

    Edited by: Mylene Euridice Dorias on Jan 17, 2008 4:41 PM

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      when you need the job to run every day of your calender you wouldn't use this option, but schedule the job periodically like c ravi described. this would run the job daily on the period of your calendar. you can also decide whether the job should run on weekends, holidays etc.

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