15.10 - Create and Edit Execution Time Frames - Query Scheduler

Teradata Query Scheduler Administrator Guide

prodname
Query Scheduler
vrm_release
15.10
category
User Guide
featnum
B035-2511-035K

1 Click Configuration > Execution Time Frames.

The Execution Time Frame Names dialog box appears.

2 Do one of the following:

  • To modify an existing time frame, select the desired time frame from the Time Frame Names list, and then click Edit. Go to Step 4.
  • Note: The Edit and Delete buttons are available only when a time frame is selected from the list.

  • To create a new time frame, click New.
  • The Time Frame Properties dialog box appears.

    3 Type the name of the new time frame in the Time Frame Name box. Time frame names cannot contain single quotes.

    Note: If editing an execution time frame, the Time Frame Name box is read-only.

    4 Do one of the following:

  • Select the Enable Time Frame check box to make the time frame available. (By default, this control is not selected.)
  • Clear the Enable Time Frame check box to make the time frame unavailable.
  • 5 Do one of the following:

  • To make the time frame effective each day of the week, leave the Everyday check box selected. (By default, this control is selected.)
  • To select specific days when the time frame is in effect, clear the Everyday check box and select the desired days using the boxes in the Days frame.
  • 6 Using a 24 hour format, enter the hour the time frame is to begin in the From box.

    7 Enter the hour the time frame is to end in the To box.

    8 Click OK to save your entries and close the Time Frame Properties dialog box.

    The new time frame appears in the Time Frame Names list in the Execution Time Frames dialog box.

    9 Click Close to close the Execution Time Frames dialog box and return to the Teradata Query Scheduler Administrator.