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We got the custom dates from our Accounting Team and created the schedule to run on those specific dates. Since these dates change every year, we have to update our schedule at the end of year with new Fiscal period dates.
I actually created a pre-process procedure with the following code.
-SET &&KILL_RPC = IF &&LWEEK_EOW_DATE EQ &&LW_EOFP THEN 'N' ELSE 'Y';
-SET &&KILL_RPC_ERR = 'N';
and created a schedule to run on every sunday. Only if the pre-processer condition is met then it will run or else it will kill the RC job with warning.This message has been edited. Last edited by: tomatosauce,