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Find all reports schedule with a certain custom calendar

How do I find all reports scheduled with a specific custom calendar in my BI 4.0 SP5 platform? I found one report that should have run on New Year's Eve (12/31/2012), but didn't due to that date not being specified as a run date in the custom calendar. I am trying to determine what other scheduled reports also use that same custom calendar.

I realize I will probably have to resort to using Query Builder for this. However, I have no idea what table(s) to use? Any suggestions? Is there a definitive guide to the tables accessible via Query Builder?

Thanks,

Noel

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2013 at 04:28 AM

    Noel,

    Can we try this in Query builder.

    SELECT SI_ID, SI_NAME,SI_KIND,SI_SCHEDULEINFO.SI_SCHEDULE_TYPE,

    SI_NEXTRUNTIME,SI_SCHEDULE_STATUS,SI_STATUSINFO

    FROM CI_INFOOBJECTS

    WHERE SI_SCHEDULE_TYPE in (8,9) AND SI_SCHEDULE_STATUS = 9

    FYI, I have added the below hints with reference to report schedule information.

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    SI_SCHEDULE_TYPE

    0 – Once: the report is run once only

    1 – Hourly: the report is run hourly.

    2 – Daily: the report is run daily.

    3 – Weekly: the report is run weekly.

    4 – Monthly: the report is run monthly.

    5 – NthDay: the report is run on the nth day of the month.

    6 – 1stMonday: the report will run on the first monday of every month.

    7 – LastDay: the report will run on the last day of the month.

    8 – Calendar: the report will run based on calendar templates.

    9 – Run schedule based on calendar plugin object templates.

    SI_SCHEDULE_STATUS

    0 – Running

    1 – Success

    3 – Failure

    8 – Paused

    9 – Pending

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    Give a try and let me know if this works for you.

    Regards,

    Mani

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