But everything should be done in a fitting and orderly way.1 Corinthians 14:40
Monitoring your scheduler jobs in APEX is not something new. There have been many discussions on how to implement this on various sites. Some of these sites have brilliant and straight forward approach. I encourage you all to visit them: Oracle Scheduled Job APEX Dashboard by Amanda Walsh and DBMS_SCHEDULER examples by Tobias Arnhold.
Oracle 10g includes scheduler package
DBMS_SCHEDULER that replaces and extends the functionality provided by the
DBMS_JOB package. However,
jobs is still considered the core functionality, but there are various other components available in the new scheduler package.
This is my take on the jobs scheduler in APEX. It is a simple job scheduler management tool. The reason why the simple job scheduler was built, was because I needed something to monitor the jobs and its previous runs. It is called simple because it supports only dbms scheduler jobs. There is no involvement with job class or scheduler programs or any other features provided by Oracle.
This small application contains two pages and small Oracle package that acts as an mediator for managing jobs. There is a page that provides an overview of all your jobs and a page for maintaining your jobs.
These pages are designed in such a way that it can easily be imported to any project. There is no external images nor style used aside from what is already available in standard apex installation.
Check it out in GitHub! If you have any question just let me know!
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