Start the Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer and connect to a Teradata QS server. See Starting the Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer to learn how.
After connecting to a Teradata QS server, your scheduled jobs are retrieved and they appear in the Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer. The Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer shows information only for the user currently logged on using the application.The security settings on Window Server 2003, XP SP2, or Vista may prevent non-administrative users from running the Teradata QS Viewer. See About the Viewer Interfaces for more information.
View the following information for each of your scheduled jobs currently in the system:
Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer: Jobs List Column Descriptions Column Header Description Request Name View the name entered when the request was scheduled. Req ID View a unique numeric ID generated by Teradata QS identifying a request. Job ID View a unique numeric ID generated by Teradata QS identifying a job. Schedule View the current scheduled run time. Max. Start Time View the latest time the job can begin execution. Status View the current status of the job. Information View information on how the job was completed, such as database error, rows returned, and more.
To get details about the controls in the Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer dialog box, see Navigating the Teradata Query Scheduler Viewer.