W14 User monitor

Screenshot PL/SQL scheduler window W14 User monitor

On this window for each scheduler user its privileges, the total number of scheduler scripts it has created and a summary of all the scheduler tasks created with these scripts can be found.
Only scheduler users with the administrator privilege can open this window, users without this privilege can only check their own account on the user privileges window.

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Monitor

User The name of the scheduler user.
Administrator If set the scheduler user has the administrator privilege.
Developer If set the scheduler user can develop scheduler scripts.
Log If set the scheduler user can view the scheduler server log.
Read If set the scheduler user only has read access .
Scheduler If set this is the installation user under which the scheduler software is installed.
Scripts The total number of scheduler scripts created by this scheduler user.
Tasks The total number of scheduler tasks in the scheduler queue.
Scheduled The total number of scheduler tasks with status scheduled.
Ready The total number of scheduler tasks that have been activated and are ready.
Output The total size of the output generated by the scheduler tasks.
Disabled If set the scheduler user is disabled.
Blocked If set the scheduler user is blocked.
Flow If set the scheduler user can create a flow.
Weekdays If set the scheduler user can specify if a scheduler task must be scheduled on a specific day of the week.
Months If set the scheduler user can specify if a scheduler task must be scheduled in a specific month.
Monthdays If set the scheduler user can specify if a scheduler task must be scheduled on a specific day of the month.
Weeks If set the scheduler user can specify if a scheduler task must be scheduled in a specific week of the year.
Repeat If set the scheduler user can specify if a scheduler task must be repeated.
Overtime If set the scheduler user can create for a scheduler task an overtime period.
Trace If set the scheduler user can enable the scheduler trace for a scheduler task.
Dbms_job If set the scheduler user can specify if a scheduler task must be restarted if the oracle server process executing the task fails.
Precreate If set the scheduler user can specify for new scheduler tasks who are scheduled more than once that they are all created immediate.
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Menu

User

The user menu is also available as a pop-up menu by right clicking on one or more selected users.

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Timer

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Display

The display of the window can be changed and saved; for example the width of the columns can be adjusted.

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Buttons

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