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    Killing Of Jobs

    How to kill Job;
    I creted a Job with Id 125;
    how kill that Job;
    I write
    declare
    Begin
    dba_jobs.Remove(125);
    End;
    /

    But it is giving error


    Any body Please give the Solution.

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    IT would be helpful if you posted the error message. You should post the code that you ran and all of the messages you recieved from Oracle if you want help. Also take a look at the Alert.log.

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    Are you trying to kill the job from the same schema as
    the one you created it from ?

    Gregg

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    Re: Killing Of Jobs

    Originally posted by bk_raavi
    declare
    Begin
    dba_jobs.Remove(125);
    End;
    /

    But it is giving error
    So what do you need your DECLARE section for? You have nothing in it, not a single declaration, so I'm not surprised you are getting an error.

    Besides, there is no such package as DBA_JOBS, from which you are calling procedure REMOVE. You need to use package DBMS_JOB, like:

    Code:
    begin
      dbms_job.remove(125);
      commit;
    end;
    Jurij Modic
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    try
    attempting jurij Modic(user) answer

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    Re: Re: Killing Of Jobs

    Originally posted by jmodic
    So what do you need your DECLARE section for? You have nothing in it, not a single declaration, so I'm not surprised you are getting an error.
    Code:
    SQL> declare
      2  begin
      3  null;
      4  end;
      5  /
    
    PL/SQL procedure successfully completed.
    
    SQL>
    Not a problem.
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