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This class is for internal use only. Please see %SYS.Task for a Task API.

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Summary

Properties
DailyEndTime DailyFrequency DailyFrequencyTime DailyIncrement
DailyStartTime DayNextScheduled Description DisplayDayNextScheduled
DisplayEndDate DisplayErrorDate DisplayErrorNumber DisplayFinished
DisplayInterval DisplayNextScheduled DisplayNextScheduledBrief DisplayRun
DisplayRunAfter DisplayStartDate DisplayStarted DisplayStatus
ER EmailOnCompletion EmailOnError EmailOnExpiration
EmailOutput EndDate Error Expires
ExpiresDays ExpiresHours ExpiresMinutes IsBatch
JobGUID LastFinished LastSchedule LastStarted
MirrorStatus Name NameSpace OpenOutputFile
OutputDirectory OutputFileIsBinary OutputFilename Priority
RescheduleOnStart RunAfterGUID RunAsUser RunningJobNumber
StartDate Status SuspendOnError Suspended
TaskClass TimeNextScheduled TimePeriod TimePeriodDay
TimePeriodEvery

Methods
%AddToSaveSet %AddToSyncSet %BuildIndices %CheckConstraints
%CheckConstraintsForExtent %ClassIsLatestVersion %ClassName %ComposeOid
%ConstructClone %Delete %DeleteExtent %DeleteId
%DispatchClassMethod %DispatchGetModified %DispatchGetProperty %DispatchMethod
%DispatchSetModified %DispatchSetMultidimProperty %DispatchSetProperty %Exists
%ExistsId %Extends %GUID %GUIDSet
%GetLock %GetParameter %GetSwizzleObject %Id
%IsA %IsModified %IsNull %KillExtent
%LockExtent %LockId %New %NormalizeObject
%ObjectIsNull %ObjectModified %Oid %OnBeforeAddToSync
%OnDelete %OnDetermineClass %Open %OpenId
%OriginalNamespace %PackageName %PurgeIndices %Reload
%RemoveFromSaveSet %ResolveConcurrencyConflict %RollBack %Save
%SaveDirect %SerializeObject %SetModified %SortBegin
%SortEnd %SyncObjectIn %SyncTransport %UnlockExtent
%UnlockId %ValidateObject AssignSettings DisplayErrorCalc
DisplayGUID DisplayIntervalCalc DisplayRunCalc Expired
ExportTasks FindId GUIDToID GetRunAfterGUID
GetRunAfterID GetSettings ImportTasks OpenId
Resume RunNow RunOnce SettingsDisplayToLogical
SettingsLogicalToDisplay StartDateSet StatusAsText Suspend
SuspendGet SuspendSet TASKMGRStatus VersionGet
WakeTASKMGR XMLDTD XMLExport XMLExportToStream
XMLExportToString XMLNew XMLSchema XMLSchemaNamespace
XMLSchemaType

Subclasses
%SYS.Task %SYSTEM.Task

Parameters

• parameter DOMAIN = "%Utility";
• parameter Version = 2.9;
• parameter XMLIGNOREINVALIDTAG = 1;
The XMLIGNOREINVALIDTAG parameter allows the programmer to control handling of unexpected elements in the XML input. The XMLIGNOREINVALIDTAG parameter will only take affect if XMLSEQUENCE = 0 (the default). By default (XMLIGNOREINVALIDTAG = 0), will treat an unexpected element as an error. If XMLIGNOREINVALIDTAG is set = 1 and XMLSEQUENCE = 0, then unexpected elements will be ignored.

Properties

• property DailyEndTime as %Time(XMLTIMEZONE="IGNORE") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
See DailyFrequency property for legal values
• property DailyFrequency as %Integer(DISPLAYLIST=",Once,Several",VALUELIST=",0,1") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
How often each day to run the task.
This property governs how the properties DailyFrequencyTime, DailyIncrement, DailyStartTime, and DailyEndTime are interpreted.

Valid parameters for DailyFrequency are:

0 - ONCE - Run once on the day scheduled
DailyFrequencyTime - "", ignored
DailyIncrement - "", ignored
DailyStartTime - Time for task to run in $H format($p($h,",",2))
DailyEndTime - "",ignored

1 - SEVERAL - Run Several times in a day
DailyFrequencyTime - 0 - Run every x minutes
DailyFrequencyTime - 1 - Run every x hours
DailyIncrement - # of minutes between runs or # of hours between runs
DailyStartTime - Time for tasks to start running in $H format($p($h,",",2))
DailyEndTime - Time for task to stop running in $H format($p($h,",",2))

Examples:

Run once at 5:00 pm
DailyFrequency=0,DailyFrequencyTime="",DailyIncrement="",DailyStartTime=61200,DailyEndTime=""

Run every 60 minutes between 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm
DailyFrequency=1,DailyFrequencyTime=0,DailyIncrement=60,DailyStartTime=61200,DailyEndTime=75600

Run every hour between 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm
DailyFrequency=1,DailyFrequencyTime=1,DailyIncrement=1,DailyStartTime=61200,DailyEndTime=75600

Run every two hours between 5:00 pm 9:00 pm
DailyFrequency=1,DailyFrequencyTime=1,DailyIncrement=2,DailyStartTime=61200,DailyEndTime=75600

By default, if the Daily parameters are not set when a task is created, it will run once on the day scheduled at 12:00 am.
• property DailyFrequencyTime as %Integer(DISPLAYLIST=",Minutes,Hourly",VALUELIST=",0,1");
See DailyFrequency property for legal values
• property DailyIncrement as %String;
See DailyFrequency property for legal values
• property DailyStartTime as %Time(XMLTIMEZONE="IGNORE") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
See DailyFrequency property for legal values
• property DayNextScheduled as %Date(XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ ReadOnly ];
$h Value of when the task is next scheduled to run
• property Description as %String(MAXLEN=100,TRUNCATE=1);
Description of task
• property DisplayDayNextScheduled as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayEndDate as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayErrorDate as %Date(XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayErrorNumber as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayFinished as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayInterval as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayNextScheduled as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayNextScheduledBrief as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayRun as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayRunAfter as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayStartDate as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayStarted as %String(MAXLEN=255,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property DisplayStatus as %String(MAXLEN=1024,XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ Transient ];
• property ER as %String(XMLPROJECTION="none");
$lb(date,index) in %ER global on error
• property EmailOnCompletion as list of %String(MAXLEN=255);
A comma separated list of email addresses to send a completion notification to.
• property EmailOnError as list of %String(MAXLEN=255);
A comma separated list of email addresses to send an error notification to.
• property EmailOnExpiration as list of %String(MAXLEN=255);
A comma separated list of email addresses to send notification if the task expires.
• property EmailOutput as %Library.Boolean [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
If an output directory and output file are chosen, and EmailOutput is set to 1 the output from the entry will be emailed to the email addresses in the EmailOnCompletion property.
• property EndDate as %Date;
$p($h,",",1) value when to stop scheduling the task
Default is to never stop scheduling
• property Error as %String(MAXLEN=1024,TRUNCATE=1);
Untrapped error from User task, or "Success"
• property Expires as %Boolean [ InitialExpression = 1 ];
Whether this entry expires. Expiration is only checked if this flag is set to 1. Expiration is determined by whichever is first: 1) The current time passed the next submit time. 2) Expiration Offsets (Days, Hours, Minutes).
• property ExpiresDays as %Integer;
• property ExpiresHours as %Integer;
• property ExpiresMinutes as %Integer;
• property IsBatch as %Boolean [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
Batch mode restricts the job to a small section of the buffer pool.
0 - Don't run in batch mode (default)
1 - Run in batch mode
• property JobGUID as %String;
Unique Identifier assigned to each job
• property LastFinished as %String [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
$h Value of when the task was last finished
0 - did not finish
• property LastSchedule as %String [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
$h Value of when the task was last scheduled to run
0 - Never run
• property LastStarted as %String [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
$h Value of when the task was last started
0 - Never started
• property MirrorStatus as %Integer(DISPLAYLIST=",Primary,Non-Primary,Any",VALUELIST=",1,2,3") [ InitialExpression = 1 ];
Used to control the execution of tasks when the system is part of a Mirror. Tasks may be scheduled to run on each Mirror Member, but will only be executed if the current status matches what is indicated by this property. This property is ignored by the Task Manager if the system is not a Mirror member. Status = 1 - run only on Primary Mirror member (default)
Status = 2 - run only on a Non-Primary Mirror member
Status = 3 - run on Any Mirror member regardless of status
• property Name as %String(TRUNCATE=1);
Name of the task. Must be 50 characters or less, first character must be a letter. Note that Names longer than 50 characters will be truncated.
• property NameSpace as %String(MAXLEN=64) [ InitialExpression = "%SYS" ];
Namespace to run the task in (default="%SYS")
• property OpenOutputFile as %Library.Boolean [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
If the output from the executed code is to be directed to an output file, open the output file. If the executed code handles the open and close this value should be 0.
• property OutputDirectory as %String(MAXLEN=1024);
If an output directory and output file are chosen, the output from the entry will be directed there.
• property OutputFileIsBinary as %Boolean [ InitialExpression = 1 ];
When emailing the output file this flag will indicate if the file should be sent as binary
• property OutputFilename as %String(MAXLEN=255);
If an output directory and output file are chosen, the output from the entry will be directed there. Note that if OutputDirectory is blank, this may contain the full file name.
• property Priority as %Integer(DISPLAYLIST=",Normal,Low,High",VALUELIST=",0,1,2") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
Background Job priority 0 - Normal (Default)
1 - Low
2 - High
• property RescheduleOnStart as %Boolean [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
If true, when the CheckSchedule class method is called with SystemStart=1 any jobs pending in the task queue will be removed, and rescheduled for their next time. For example, the journal switch is scheduled for midnight. If the system goes down at 11 pm, and then restarts at 1 am, the journal switch would normally run. But since we just started, we don't really want it to switch, so we reschedule it for the next time.
Default=0
• property RunAfterGUID as %String;
Execute this job when specified job completes
• property RunAsUser as %String;
Username of user to run as User must have the %Admin_Secure:Use privilege to define a task to run as another user
• property RunningJobNumber as %String;
$J value of the job when running
• property StartDate as %Date [ InitialExpression = $H+1 ];
$p($h,",",1) value when to schedule the task first
Default is to start tomorrow
• property Status as %String(MAXLEN=1024,TRUNCATE=1,XMLPROJECTION="none") [ InitialExpression = 1 ];
Return value of the method %OnTask If not defined by the task default success will be 1 If the job is currently running (JobRunning) Status will be -1 If there was an untrapped error (JobUntrappedError) Status will be -2 If there was an error before execution (JobSetupError) Status will be -3 If the task timed out trying to job (JobTimeout) Status will be -4 If there was an error after execution JobPostProcessError) Status will be -5 The text of the status code will be in the property Error
• property SuspendOnError as %Boolean [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
Option to suspend a Task if it encounters an error during a run. By default the Task is just rescheduled for it's next run.

Note that this only applies to errors returned by OnTask. Errors encountered in Task Manager code will suspend the Task.
• property Suspended as %Integer(DISPLAYLIST=",,Suspend Leave,Suspend Reschedule",VALUELIST=",0,1,2") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
0 - Not suspended (default)
1 - Suspend the task, but leave it in task queue
2 - Suspend the task, remove from task queue, and reschedule for next time
• property TaskClass as %String(MAXLEN=255);
A class in the specified 'NameSpace' which inherits from %SYS.Task.Definition
• property TimeNextScheduled as %Time(XMLPROJECTION="NONE") [ ReadOnly ];
$h Value of the times the task is next scheduled to next run,
each time separated by a "~"
• property TimePeriod as %Integer(DISPLAYLIST=",Daily,Weekly,Monthly,Monthly Special,Run After,On Demand",VALUELIST=",0,1,2,3,4,5") [ InitialExpression = 0 ];
Time period to run the task.
This property governs how the properties TimePeriodEvery and TimePeriodDay are interpreted

Valid parameters For TimePeriod are

0 - DAILY
TimePeriodEvery - Run every x Days, where Days are 1-7
TimePeriodDay - Set to "", ignored

1 - WEEKLY
TimePeriodEvery - Run every x Weeks, where weeks are 1-5
TimePeriodDay - Run on days xxxx, where Sunday=Day 1,Saturday=Day 7

(where 23456 would be Monday thru Friday) 2 - MONTHLY
TimePeriodEvery - Run every x Months, where months are 1-12
TimePeriodDay - Run on day x, where day=1-31, where 31=last day of month

3 - MONTHLYSPECIAL
TimePeriodEvery - Run every x Months, where months are 1-12
TimePeriodDay - week^day,where weeks is 1-5, 5 being last, day is 1-7, sunday is day 1

4 - RUNAFTER - Run this task after another task completes
TimePeriodEvery - (not used)
TimePeriodDay - 0
RunAfterGUID - JobGUID of Task to follow

5 - ONDEMAND - The task is set up. It can be run On Demand by calling the RunOnce method
TimePeriodEvery - "",ignored
TimePeriodDay - "", ignored
The user calls the RunOnce Class method to schedule the task after it is set up

If the Time period fields are not set when a task is created, The task is set by default to be run every day.

Examples:

Run every day
TimePeriod=0,TimePeriodEvery=1,TimePeriodDay=""

Run every other day
TimePeriod=0,TimePeriodEvery=2,TimePeriodDay=""

Run Every Sunday
TimePeriod=1,TimePeriodEvery=1,TimePeriodDay=1

Run Every Monday through Friday
TimePeriod=1,TimePeriodEvery=1,TimePeriodDay=23456

Run Every other Saturday
TimePeriod=1,TimePeriodEvery=2,TimePeriodDay=7

Run The first day of every month
TimePeriod=2,TimePeriodEvery=1,TimePeriodDay=1

Run the last day of every month
TimePeriod=2,TimePeriodEvery=1,TimePeriodDay=31

Run the last day of every other month
TimePeriod=2,TimePeriodEvery=2,TimePeriodDay=31

Run the second Saturday of every month
TimePeriod=3,TimePeriodEvery=1,TimePeriodDay=2^7

Run the first Sunday of every month
TimePeriod=3,TimePeriodEvery=1,TimePeriodDay=1^1

Run after task BACKUP completes
TimePeriod=4,RunAfterGUID=BackupJobGUID,TimePeriodDay=0

Task is not scheduled to run. Task is scheduled to run by calling the RunOnce method
TimePeriod=5,TimePeriodEvery="",TimePeriodDay=""
• property TimePeriodDay as %String;
See TimePeriod property for legal values
• property TimePeriodEvery as %String [ InitialExpression = 1 ];
See TimePeriod property for legal values

Methods

• classmethod %OnDelete(OID As %Library.ObjectIdentity) as %Status
Log the Deletion of a Task
• method AssignSettings(pTask As %SYS.Task.Definition = "") as %Status
Used to properly move the settings from the Task Definition class into the settings property
• classmethod DisplayErrorCalc(ER As %String, Position) as %String
• classmethod DisplayGUID(JobGUID As %String, Brief As %Boolean) as %String
Displays Name, NameSpace, ID for a Guid
• classmethod DisplayIntervalCalc(TimePeriod, RunAfterGUID, DailyFrequency, DailyFrequencyTime, DailyStartTime, DailyEndTime, DailyIncrement)
• classmethod DisplayRunCalc(TimePeriod, TimePeriodEvery, TimePeriodDay, RunAfterGUID) as %String
• method Expired(ByRef TaskFinished) as %Boolean
When a task is marked as Expires=1 the task will expire if
  • there are no values for ExpiresDays,ExpiresHours,ExpiresMinutes and the time has passed the next scheduled date/time
  • the scheduled time + ExpiresDays+ExpiresHours+ExpiresMinutes is passed the current times
• classmethod ExportTasks(ListOfIDS As %String = "", FileName As %String = "", qspec As %String = "d") as %Status
List of task IDs to export $lb(1,2,3)
• classmethod FindId(Name As %Library.String) as %Integer
backward compatible - returns ID for a %SYS.Task object
• classmethod GUIDToID(TaskGUID) as %Integer
• classmethod GetRunAfterGUID(ID) as %String
get job guid given an ID
• classmethod GetRunAfterID(GUID) as %String
• method GetSettings(ByRef Settings As %List) as %Status
Return the settings defined for the TaskClass
• classmethod ImportTasks(FileName As %String = "", qspec As %String = "d") as %Status
• classmethod OpenId(Name As %Library.String) as %SYS.Task
somewhat backward compatibility
• classmethod Resume(ID As %Integer = "") as %Status
Resume a Task previously suspended using Suspend or Suspended due to Error.
• classmethod RunNow(ID As %Integer) as %Status
Schedule a task to run immediately. Note that the Task Manager only polls for new Tasks every 60 seconds. So, there could possibly be a delay of up to 60 seconds before the newly scheduled Task actually runs.
ID of the task
• classmethod RunOnce(ID As %Integer, Date As %Integer, Time As %Integer) as %Status
Schedule a task to run at a specific time.
ID of the task
Date - Date in $h format
Time - Time in $h format
• classmethod SettingsDisplayToLogical(Settings As %Binary) as %Binary
• classmethod SettingsLogicalToDisplay(Settings As %Binary) as %Binary
• method StartDateSet(Arg As %String) as %Status
on reset of StartDate also reset the LastSchedule and the NextSchedule so that a (proper) new schedule is created
• classmethod StatusAsText(Status As %Status) as %String
• classmethod Suspend(ID As %Integer = "", Flag As %Integer = 1) as %Status
Suspend a Task.
Flag=1 - Suspend the task, but leave it in task queue (default)
=2 - Suspend the task, remove from task queue, and reschedule for next time
• classmethod SuspendGet() as %Boolean
Return the value of the Task suspension flag.
0 - Currently running
1 - Currently suspended
• classmethod SuspendSet(Flag As %Boolean) as %Status
Suspend/Resume the Task Manager.
Flag =
0 - Resume Task Manager
1 - Suspend Task Manager
• classmethod TASKMGRStatus() as %Integer
Task Status 0 - Not running
1 - Running
2 - Suspended
• classmethod VersionGet() as %String
Return the version of the Task Class.
• classmethod WakeTASKMGR(Message As %String = "")
Wake up the Task Manager.

Queries

• query JobGUIDTaskList()
Selects JobGUID As %String, Task Name As %String
SQL Query :
SELECT JobGUID,Name FROM %SYS.Task
Returns a list of the task names with JobGUIDs.
• query OnDemandTasks()
Selects ID As %Integer, Task Name As %String, Description As %String
SQL Query :
SELECT %ID,Name,Description FROM %SYS.Task Where TimePeriod=5
• query QuickTaskList()
Selects ID As %Integer, Task Name As %String
SQL Query :
SELECT %ID,Name FROM %SYS.Task
Returns a list of the task names.
• query RunAfterQuery(RunAfterGUID As %Integer = 0)
SQL Query :
SELECT %ID FROM %SYS.Task
Where RunAfterGUID=:RunAfterGUID and Suspended=0
Find all tasks scheduled to run after completing task
• query SuspendedTasks()
Selects Task Name As %String, Last Status As %String, Last Result As %String, Suspended As %String, ID As %Integer
SQL Query :
select Name,displaystatus,Error,Suspended,%ID from %SYS.Task
Where Suspended=1 or Suspended=2
Show all Suspended tasks
• query TASKMGRInfo()
Selects Version As %String, Status As %String, HistoryPurge As %String
Return information about TASKMGR parameters
• query TaskDetail(ID As %Integer = "")
Selects Task Name As %String, Description As %String, Task Type As %String, Namespace As %String, TaskClass, Batch Mode As %String, Priority As %String, Suspended As %String, Reschedule on Start As %String, Run Task As %String, Run Interval As %String, Next Scheduled Date As %Date, Next Scheduled Time, Start Date As %String, End Date As %String, Last Started As %String, Last Finished As %String, Last Status As %String, Last Result As %String, %ER Date As %Date, %ER Error # As %String, ID As %Integer
SQL Query :
SELECT Name,Description,Type,NameSpace,TaskClass,IsBatch,Priority,Suspended,RescheduleOnStart,
DisplayRun,DisplayInterval,DisplayDayNextScheduled,TimeNextScheduled,DisplayStartDate,DisplayEndDate,DisplayStarted,DisplayFinished,DisplayStatus,Error,DisplayErrorDate,DisplayErrorNumber,%ID
FROM %SYS.Task
WHERE ID=:ID
Returns details about a Task.
• query TaskList()
Selects Task Name As %String, Task Type As %String, Namespace As %String, Description As %String, ID As %Integer, Suspended As %String, Last Finished As %String, Next Scheduled As %String
SQL Query :
SELECT Name,Type,Namespace,Description,%ID,Suspended,DisplayFinished,DisplayNextScheduledBrief FROM %SYS.Task
Returns a list of the task names.
• query TaskListDetail()
Selects Task Name As %String, Description As %String, Task Type As %String, Namespace As %String, TaskClass As %String, Batch Mode As %String, Priority As %String, Suspended As %String, Reschedule on Start As %String, Suspend on Error As %String, Run Task As %String, Run Interval As %String, MirrorStatus As %String, Next Scheduled Date As %Date, Next Scheduled Time, Start Date As %String, End Date As %String, Last Started As %String, Last Finished As %String, Last Status As %String, Last Result As %String, %ER Date As %Date, %ER Error # As %String, ID As %Integer
SQL Query :
SELECT Name,Description,Type,NameSpace,TaskClass,IsBatch,Priority,Suspended,RescheduleOnStart,SuspendOnError,
DisplayRun,DisplayInterval,MirrorStatus,DisplayDayNextScheduled,TimeNextScheduled,DisplayStartDate,DisplayEndDate,DisplayStarted,DisplayFinished,DisplayStatus,Error,DisplayErrorDate,DisplayErrorNumber,%ID
FROM %SYS.Task
Returns details about all Tasks.
• query TaskSchedule()
Selects Next Scheduled As %String, Task Name As %String, Last Start As %String, Last Status As %String, Last Result As %String, Suspended As %String, ID As %Integer
SQL Query :
select displaynextscheduled,name,displaystarted,displaystatus,Error,Suspended,%ID
from %SYS.Task
order by daynextscheduled,timenextscheduled
Show Task Schedule for all tasks
• query TasksInTrouble()
SQL Query :
SELECT %ID,Name,NameSpace,Error,DisplayStatus FROM %SYS.Task
WHERE (Status NOT= 1)
• query ToRunQuery(DateNow As %String = +$H, TimeNow As %String = {$p($h, ",", 2)}, Running As %Boolean = 0)
SQL Query :
SELECT %ID FROM %SYS.Task
Where ((RunningJobNumber is null) or (:Running=1)) and (DayNextScheduled<:DateNow or (DayNextScheduled=:DateNow and TimeNextScheduled<=:TimeNow))
ORDER BY DayNextScheduled, TimeNextScheduled
Pick up jobs which are scheduled now or in the past exclude Suspended and Leave or Jobs marked as Running (optional)
• query UpcomingTasks(HoursOffset As %String = "24", ToDate As %Date = "", ToTime As %Time = "", MAXROWS=1000)
Selects ID As %String, Name As %String, Namespace As %String, Date As %Date, Time As %Time, Suspended As %Integer

Indices

•index (JobGUIDIndex on JobGUID) [Unique];
•index (RunAfterIndex on RunAfterGUID);
•index (ScheduleIndex on DayNextScheduled,TimeNextScheduled,Suspended);


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