Job sequencing

I have 3 jobs A,B & C, which are dependent each other, I want to run A & C jobs daily and B job run only on Sunday. How can I do it?

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G. Venu

  • Oct 14th, 2011

This can be done in Director -->Add to Scheduler.

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Sriharsha Vemuri

  • Jan 31st, 2013

set the cron entry

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  • Aug 13th, 2013

If we have third party tool $unives we can schedule A&C first job AB&C Second job.

First job will run daily

second job will run only Sunday

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  • Oct 17th, 2014

create 2 sequencers, in 1st sequence job A&c and in the 2nd sequence only B will be there. Schedule the 1st Sequence through director for daily run and schedule the 2nd to run only on sunday.


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Kartik Dharia

  • Jan 5th, 2015

You can create a new job to test whether the current day is Sunday or not. If it is true then create a file else create a 0KB file.

Then you can create only 1 sequence with jobs A and C one after the order and then the new job and exec command stage which will trigger the job B if the file is available else it will not trigger the job and complete the sequence.

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  • Jan 6th, 2015

Create a single sequence which will run on all days. Add a stage to call a routine which will check whether the date is a sunday. If sunday call the job B. Else the sequence will call only A &C.

  • Aug 10th, 2015

Sequence Design -

A Job---> (B sequence explained later) --> C Job

B sequence contents
Dummy job to check specific day ---> condition activity with 2 link --> if Sunday run job B, if not Sunday run dummy job and finish.

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  • Aug 20th, 2015

A Job ----> Routine Activity ---Sunday---> B Job ----> C Job
--- Not Sunday -----> C Job

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