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back ground job se37

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Hi Experts

I want delete a job which is scheduled day wise......

i go to SE37 and delete the job......but after 4 5 days i got again automail through that job......

please tell me the way we permanentely delete the job from SE37.....

thanks

Babbal

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Former Member
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SE37 is for Function module, Babbal.

Use SM37.Job should get deleted. You can also check the log to confirm.

Former Member
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Hello,

First of all where in SE37 are you finding Job....t-code is for FM's.

And you cannot delete the jobs... you must trying to delete the log in SM37....in SM37 there are only run logs... not jobs as such...

for stopping the Job to run again .. you need to mark it to ON ICE stage... which means it will not run again....

contact Batch operations team for your help....

The command for marking the job to ON ICE can be like ...."sendevent -E ON_ICE -J <job_name> "

Thanks

manish

faisal_altaf2
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Hi, Babbal

Please USE Meaningful Subject Line

Faisal

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Hi ,

If you want to delete a job , then enter the job name in SM37 and select the job status is SCHEDULED.

Execute it and delete this particular job which you get in the output.

Now , the job wont get executed again .

P.S : Use an appropriate subject line

Thanks

Former Member
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Hi,

Transaction SE37 is for Function Modules

Goto transaction SM37 >Give the job name>select the job status-->execute it and delete the job.

Hope this helps you.

Regards,

Rajani

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Hi,

The response given by Supriya Murudkar is correct.

Go to SM37 and select the scheduled check box as well and excute , you will get the list of jobs which are in scheduled state.

delete the unwanted jobs, from next time onwards, those jobs will not run again.

Regards,

Jyothi.