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There is an error when scheduling datastage jobs / sequences on Windows server 2008. When you schedule for TOMORROW or NEXT windows 2008 generates never ending schedule in windows scheduler. On Windows 2008 it seems that the scheduler does not create an End Date
This is due to a change in the AT command in Windows, and has been acknowledged by Microsoft as a defect. Note that AT has been replaced by schtask. Microsoft have now released a HotFix for this. See the following KB Article: KB2787046: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2787046/en-US Longer term DataStage Scheduling is being replaced and will use a solution other than AT/schtask.
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