Delete a Scheduled Request - Query Scheduler

Teradata Query Scheduler Administrator Guide

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Use the Delete Request command to delete a scheduled request. Deleting unwanted jobs saves database space. When a request is deleted, all jobs associated with that request are deleted.

1 From from the Scheduled Requests list of the Teradata Query Scheduler Administrator, select a request.

2 Do one of the following:

  • Click Options > Delete Request.
  • Right-click the request to display a shortcut menu and click Delete Request.
  • A Teradata Query Scheduler Administrator dialog box appears asking for confirmation.

    3 Click Yes to confirm the deletion and close the dialog box.

    A Teradata Query Scheduler Administrator message appears indicating the request was deleted.

    4 Click OK to close the dialog box and return to Teradata Query Scheduler Administrator.