3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 28, 2013 11:43 PM by 978204 RSS

    What 'item type' do I use to add action to SCHEDULER CHAIN folder?

    978204
      I am using SQL Developer version 3.1.06.82

      I would like to add a User Defined Extension to a Scheduler CHAIN. I am looking through the Namespace for Version 3.1 at: http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/sqldeveloper/3_1/dialogs/index.html. Under the COMMON OBJECT TYPES, I do not see any of the Scheduler items. I was able to use <item type="SCHEDULER"> to add an action to the SCHEDULER folder, but what I really want to do is add an action to a CHAIN.

      Does anyone know what type name to use??
      Has the Namespace been updated and published somewhere else?

      If you have an example, it would be greatly appreciated.

      Edited by: 975201 on Feb 28, 2013 8:24 PM
        • 1. Re: User Defined Extension for Scheduler Chain
          Gary Graham-Oracle
          Hi,

          A search through your SQL Developer installation's jar files should reveal some filenames of the form: sch*.xml.

          Possibly SCHCHAIN? Other object types under the Scheduler category (folder) also are prefixed with SCH.

          Best Wishes,
          Gary
          • 2. Re: User Defined Extension for Scheduler Chain
            rp0428
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            I would like to add a User Defined Extension to a Scheduler CHAIN. I am looking through the Namespace for Version 3.1 at: http://www.oracle.com/webfolder/technetwork/sqldeveloper/3_1/dialogs/index.html. Under the COMMON OBJECT TYPES, I do not see any of the Scheduler items. I was able to use <item type="SCHEDULER"> to add an action to the SCHEDULER folder, but what I really want to do is add an action to a CHAIN.
            >
            Those COMMON OBJECT TYPES are database schema objects so SCHEDULER or CHAIN would not be in those lists.

            Did you try "CHAIN" or "SCHEDULER CHAIN"?

            I suggest you change your thread subject to match your question and maybe one of the developer team members will notice it.

            For example: What 'item type' do I use to add action to SCHEDULER CHAIN folder?
            • 3. Re: User Defined Extension for Scheduler Chain
              978204
              SCHCHAIN is it! Thank you so much.