09/20/2017 1037 views
I have been trying to get a report/list of all my scripts that have a schedule and what that schedule is. I have over 100 scripts and really don't want to manually record what their schedules are. Is there an easier way of doing that either through a KACE report or a SQL Query?
Attached is a picture of what part of the script I'm trying to report on.
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Script schedules can be stored either in the IM_CRON table or the KBOT_CRON_SCHEDULE. This query should return scripts that have a schedule in one of those tables.
when KBOT.IM_CRON_ID = 0 then concat(KBOT_CRON_SCHEDULE.MINUTES," ", KBOT_CRON_SCHEDULE.HOURS," ", KBOT_CRON_SCHEDULE.DAYS_OF_MONTH," ", KBOT_CRON_SCHEDULE.MONTHS," ", KBOT_CRON_SCHEDULE.DAYS_OF_WEEK)
else concat(IM_CRON.MINUTES," ", IM_CRON.HOURS," ", IM_CRON.DAYS_OF_MONTH," ", IM_CRON.MONTHS," ", IM_CRON.DAYS_OF_WEEK," ")
end as CRON,
when KBOT.IM_CRON_ID = 0 then "KBOT_CRON_SCHEDULE"
end as CRONTYPE
LEFT JOIN KBOT_CRON_SCHEDULE on KBOT_CRON_SCHEDULE.KBOT_ID = KBOT.ID
LEFT JOIN IM_CRON on IM_CRON.ID = KBOT.IM_CRON_ID
HAVING CRON like "%"
ORDER BY KBOT.NAME
Answered 09/21/2017 by: chucksteel