Online Documentation for SQL Manager for SQL server
Managing job schedules
The Schedules tab allows you to manage schedules assigned to the job.
Scheduling administrative jobs consists in defining the condition(s) that cause the job to begin running. It is possible to schedule any type of job. More than one job can use the same job schedule.
The current job schedules are displayed as a grid with the following columns: ID, Name, Run type, Enabled, Next Run Date, Description.
Right-click an item within the list to call the context menu allowing you to create a new job schedule and specify its properties using the Add New Job Schedule dialog, add an existing schedule, edit or delete the selected schedule.
The Add New Job Schedule / Edit Schedule dialog allows you to define schedule parameters.
Enter a name for the new schedule, or modify the name of the schedule being edited. Enable/disable the schedule using the Enabled option.
Specify the Execution Type of the schedule indicating when the job is to be executed:
Start when SQL Server Agent starts
Start when CPU usage is low
Start once on...
If the Recurrent execution type is selected, you should also set the Recurring Interval, Daily Frequency and Duration properties of the current job schedule.
For details see Schedule Editor.