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It depends on how the new day process is set up. Clock hours and control-m hours may not be same. Control-m hours is calculated from new day process to next new day process time. The screenshot shows it is waiting for next 00:30. You may test by ordering in for the previous o-date. It should start imediatly.
I was wondering about that. I don't currently have my jobs associated with a new day as we are in test mode. We go to production next month.
So if my new day starts at 1PM every day and I load today June 11th and I set a job to start at 00:05 then it should start running at 00:05 on June 12th. Is that correct?
That's correct Steve. Any "time" is relative to new day processing. So if you set the start time for "00:30" and y
our new day is about 01:00 then the job will not be in its window until 00:30 the next calendar day.
Whenever possible, I always like to tell folks to stick with the wall clock and make new day at midnight. It makes thing so much easier to keep track of.
Steve, anytime I have job just depending on Time starts. I put the time in the Submit window and the > sign in the "to" window. That way the job gets it's time or greater than for execution.
To be honest I don't know what you mean here. There is no submit window. What version are you on?
Also, in my case it turned out that because I had the time zone on the General tab set to EST things were off by several hours. I'm not sure if that has to do with how IBM has things setup on the server or not. Either way I just set my time zone to blank on all jobs and everything was fine.