It’s probably a scheduled action execution. Looking at your other thread if removing via Toad is not working you can remove the scheduled task from the Windows Task Scheduler. You’ll find a task for each scheduled app/action execution. View the properties of each task and the command line string being used and you’ll be able to figure out which task(s) you’d like to remove.
On 01/06/2016 08:52 AM, donald.wilson wrote:
Automation Designer Execution Log
Thread created by donald.wilson
I’ve got multiple applications that are scheduled to run each morning. Of the 5, 3 are running with no problem. However 2 of them are failing. In looking at the Execution Log I see multiple attempts to start an app but it seems to have no name. It looks like this:
I’m assuming it’s trying to run something that doesn’t exist. Reading at the bottom of the view it says:
Action not found: PDA Tools NEW RPP
Clearly that’s a name of a app that existed at one time. Is there a way to stop the attempt to run this app?
Again, thank you for your assistance.
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