Changes made to active JobSets, PSJOBs, processes and recurrences are not being picked up by the affected Process Scheduler domains.
JobSets, PSJOBs, processes and recurrences are all cached objects on the Process Scheduler.
It is not recommended to make changes to these definitions that are currently active and in use.
To avoid running into the issue, here are some steps that can be taken:
1. Stop/inactivate any active instances for the affected JobSet, PSJOB, Process or recurrence prior to making any changes.
2. Make necessary changes to inactivated JobSet, PSJOB, Process or recurrence.
3. Bring down affected Process Scheduler server domains where instance has previously been run, including the Master Scheduler domain (clearing cache also recommended but may not be required). If it is not known how many Process Scheduler domains are affected, do this for all Process Scheduler domains for the affected DBMS instance.
4. Bring affected Process Scheduler server domains back up.
5. Resubmit affected JobSets, PSJOBs, Processes or recurrences.
If above steps do not work in some cases (would be specific to PSJOBS, Jobsets, recurrences mostly), alternative steps would be:
1. Recreate and submit new PSJOB, Jobset or recurrence where applicable.