Bind variable "JOBNO" not declared. ( Please give me solution )
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    Unhappy Bind variable "JOBNO" not declared. ( Please give me solution )

    I m trying to run this code in SQL plus but every time it show me
    Bind variable "JOBNO" not declared. What should i do. Is it something i m missing in this code. Please give me solution. I have copy paste this code from one sode to run Job ( Schedule) In Oracle.

    variable jobno number
    variable instno number
    BEGIN
    SELECT instance_number INTO :instno FROM v$instance;
    DBMS_JOB.SUBMIT(:jobno, 'pms.USP_HRMSMIGRATION;', trunc(sysdate)-1/1440, 'trunc(sysdate)-2/1440', TRUE, :instno);
    COMMIT;
    END;
    /


    Thanks
    Jatin Patel

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    No obvious reason for the error, I think, but the values for the first run and the interval are just incorrect as they point to past.

    Try this:
    Code:
    variable jobno number
    variable instno number
    BEGIN
    SELECT instance_number INTO :instno FROM v$instance;
    DBMS_JOB.SUBMIT(:jobno, 'pms.USP_HRMSMIGRATION;', sysdate+1/1440, 'sysdate+2/1440', TRUE, :instno);
    COMMIT;
    END;
    /
    Has the user the select permission on v$instance?
    Has he rights to run the procedure?
    Ales
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