3 Replies Latest reply: May 15, 2014 10:00 AM by Frank Sims RSS

    All my processes have Dissappeared !!!

    Frank Sims

      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.

        • All my processes have Dissappeared !!!
          Darren _

          Frank,

           

          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]

          • All my processes have Dissappeared !!!
            Gareth Horton

            Frank,

            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.

             

            Gareth

             

             

            Originally posted by Frank Sims:

            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]

            • All my processes have Dissappeared !!!
              Frank Sims

              Thank you for your help!!  [img]smile.gif[/img]