PL/SQL Developer - DBMS Scheduler


On the left side you see folders for the scheduler object types, as well as a folder for running jobs and job runs. Window groups, Windows and Job classes are system wide, and are displayed immediately in the root of the corresponding folder. Schedules, Programs and Jobs are owned by specific users, so that each folder contains subfolders for the owners.

On the upper right side you see the properties of the selected object, and additional object details are displayed on the lower right side. When creating or editing objects, you can enter the information here. After making changes to an object definition, you can press the Apply button to apply the changes to the object in the database, or you can press the View SQL button to see the SQL for these changes in a Command Window.