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In the user_scheduler_running_chains view, the complete execution of the chain is visible—as long as the chain is running, of course. This means that all the steps that are defined for the chain are visible, including step_name, state, error_code, start_time, and duration. We can use these steps to see how the chain progresses and what steps are still waiting to get started. step_job_subname is another column. For some reason, this column is NULL for the steps that are not active. The steps that are actively running are defined with step_name.
Based on rule MARVIN SCHED_RULE$10 of type END_SUCCESS The output is written using dbms_output. This output tries to tell us that the chain begins with SHUTDOWN, and SHUTDOWN depends on BEGIN. If SHUTDOWN succeeds, it starts COPYFILES and STARTUP. (COPYFILES depends on SHUTDOWN, and STARTUP depends on SHUTDOWN). STARTUP also depends on the status of COPYFILES. This clearly shows that there is something interesting in the chain definition. We expect that the order of execution will be SHUTDOWN, COPYFILES, and STARTUP.
We can give the chain an evaluation interval to make the Scheduler not only check the status of the job when it starts the job (or a job_step ends), but also to repeat the evaluations on a timed basis. To run these repeated evaluations, we have to specify evaluation_interval. The evaluation interval is the way to make the Scheduler check what to do next for moments other than job starts or at the job_step ends. We will need this as soon as a step can depend on something that is not a part of the chain.