What version of MDP are you using? I have had the exact same scenario happen to me about 8 times using MDP 6. My processes would run overnight and then they would disappear the next morning and I would have to re-create every single scheduled process all over again!
Why does this happen? I originally thought that it was because of a very large log file. I actually asked Gareth Horton this same question on a separate forum log about a year ago.
Note: ever since I have used MDP ver 7 (since Sept. 04), this problem has not occurred...
[size="1"][ January 25, 2005, 07:26 PM: Message edited by: Darren ][/size]
the file is called DPSched.dat and should be located in the same folder as your DPF files.
It might be an idea to take a copy of that file and rename it to DPSched.bak, just in case the problem re-occurs.
When the I open the Process Scheduler in MDP Administrator all of my processes were gone! I have many processes that run nightly. I checked the event log and they all ran last night, but I no longer see them in the scheduler. Do I have to recreate all of them again? Please let me know if you know where the file(s) that has all the scheduling information is stored. /b[/quote]