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SQL Enterprise Job Manager displays a calendar view of all your executed jobs (scheduled or manually), the ones that are currently running, and the ones that are scheduled to run in the future.

By default, the Schedule tab displays your current date jobs in a Day calendar view; however, you can change this setting to view your jobs by:

  • Week
  • Month

These settings are available in the left section of the tab in the drop-down menu options from View By

How do you change the date?

For any of these views (Day, Week, Month), you can specify the date of your preference by selecting it from the calendar option next to Date. You can navigate to previous or future weeks, months, or even years. 

Use the options Today, Previous, and Next, available at the top of your calendar, to navigate from previous to future days, weeks, or months.

How do you change your time zone?

By default SQL Enterprise Job Manager displays your calendar according to your system time zone. However, you can change this value and set a different time zone by going to Timezone, on the top section of your calendar view, and selecting your required option from the drop-down UTC list. 

Viewing your information by day

SQL Enterprise Job Manager displays all the jobs for your selected or default day and identifies their status with the following colors:

  • red - failed job
  • yellow - canceled job
  • green - succeeded job
  • blue - running
  • light blue - scheduled job 
  • grey - retry 

The Day view displays jobs on their respective time slots and according to their duration. Each represented job displays the job name and the instance where it ran, is running, or will be run. 

When there are several jobs on the same time slot, SQL Enterprise Job Manager displays an ellipsis button  at the right end of the time slot. Click this button to open a Job Schedules window which lists all available jobs that belong to that time slot.  In this list you can find the job name, instance, status, start time/date, and run duration information. Additionally, you can find the Export option in this new window, select your preferred format (CSV, PDF, or XML) to export all jobs available in the selected time slot.

Hover over a job to view its specific details such as: Name, Instance, Status, Duration, Start at, and End at date/time.

Viewing your information by week

If you select to view your information by Week, SQL Enterprise Job Manager changes to a weekly view with the days of the week of your current date. You can modify this week by going to the calendar option on the left side or your Scheduled tab and selecting a date of the week you require. 

The weekly view displays all jobs per day for each day in the selected week. You can identify the status of jobs with the following colors:

  • red - failed job
  • yellow - canceled job
  • green - succeeded job
  • blue - running
  • light blue - scheduled job 
  • grey - retry

To view all jobs in a specific time slot, click the ellipsis button  at the right end of the time slot and SQL Enterprise Job Manager opens a Job Schedules window with all jobs that belong to the same time slot.  In this list you can find the job name, instance, status, start time/date, and run duration information. Additionally, you can find the Export option in this new window, select your preferred format (CSV, PDF, or XML) to export all jobs available in the selected time slot.

If you want to see with more detail the jobs for a day, click the date at the top of the calendar view, and SQL Enterprise Job Manager opens the  Day  view of the selected day.   

Hover over a job to view its specific details such as: Name, Instance, Status, Duration, Start at, and End at date/time.

Viewing your information by month

If you select to view your jobs information by Month, SQL Enterprise Job Manager displays a monthly view corresponding to your current date. 

The Month view displays a job summary status in each day of the month. This summary status includes the number of:

  • Running jobs
  • Failed runs
  • Successful runs
  • Canceled runs
  • Scheduled runs

If you want to see with more detail the jobs for a day, click the number of the respective calendar day, and SQL Enterprise Job Manager opens the Day view of the selected day. 

 

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