Last updated on DECEMBER 06, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Database - Enterprise Edition - Version 10.2.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
There are two kinds of events:
· Events Raised by the Scheduler:
set up a job so that the Scheduler raises an event when the job changes state. You do so by setting the raise_events job attribute in the SET_ATTRIBUTE procedure. The Scheduler raises events by enqueuing messages to the Scheduler event queue SYS.SCHEDULER$_EVENT_QUEUE. Then the application must subsribe to this event queue and take apropriate actions.
Note: To prevent unlimited growth of the scheduler event queue, events will expire in 24 hours by default.
But this time can be changed with attribute event_expiry_time in procedure SET_SCHEDULER_ATTRIBUTE.
Example: Due to a high system load, a job is not started after 30 min after the scheduled start time. The scheduler can raise an event to send an email notification. (event raised by the scheduler)
· Events Raised by an Application: The Application raises an event to notify the Scheduler to start a job. A job started in this way is called event-based job. Create a schedule that references an event instead of timeframe. Then assign a job to this event schedule . The job runs when the event is raised.
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