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how to make "Scheduled Jobs" appear
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newbie
2008-12-08 08:27:02 UTC
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I am new to SYBASE and ASE (12.5.3) and have to implement
maintenance plans for daily backups, but there is no
"Scheduled Jobs" option as I think should be beginning with
release 12.5.1.
I have logged as [sa] so guess that have enough rights to
see all the stuff. I would appreciate any suggestion...
Carl Kayser
2008-12-08 12:12:11 UTC
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I am new to SYBASE and ASE (12.5.3) and have to implement
maintenance plans for daily backups, but there is no
"Scheduled Jobs" option as I think should be beginning with
release 12.5.1.
I have logged as [sa] so guess that have enough rights to
see all the stuff. I would appreciate any suggestion...
I suspect that most organizations do scheduled backups at the OS level.
Which OS are you on?

An alternative, which you seem to be interested in, is to use the Sybase Job
Scheduler (which requires the setting of several system roles:
js_admin_role, js_client_role, and/or js_user_role):

Tutorial: http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1027325
White Paper: http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1026304
User's Guide:
http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/topic/com.sybase.dc20001_1251/pdf/jsusers.pdf
newbie
2008-12-08 14:30:15 UTC
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SYBASE and ASE (12.5.3) and have to implement
maintenance plans for daily backups, but there is no
"Scheduled Jobs" option as I think should be beginning
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with release 12.5.1.
I have logged as [sa] so guess that have enough rights
to see all the stuff. I would appreciate any
suggestion...
I suspect that most organizations do scheduled backups at
the OS level. Which OS are you on?
An alternative, which you seem to be interested in, is to
use the Sybase Job Scheduler (which requires the setting
of several system roles: js_admin_role, js_client_role,
Tutorial: http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1027325
White Paper: http://www.sybase.com/detail?id=1026304
http://infocenter.sybase.com/help/topic/com.sybase.dc20001_1251/pdf/jsusers.pdf
Thanks Carl for quick response and links. It seems to me
there is just no Sybase Job Scheduler installed on my server
(OS is MS Windows 2003 Server). I will go through docs and
hope somewhere are the patches :)
Regards,
JanB as newbie

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