ORA-27419: unable to determine valid execution date from repeat interval

Cause : The specified repeat interval contained conflicting clauses that made it impossible to ever find a matching date, e.g., 'FREQ=YEARLY;BYMONTH=FEB;BYMONTHDAY=31'. Alternatively, the scheduler reached its maximum number of attempts to try to find a valid execution date. This occurs when theoretically there is a valid execution date far in the future, but the scheduler took too many attempts to determine this date.

Action - How to fix it : DBA Scripts :: www.high-oracle.com/scripts

Remove the conflicting clauses, or simplify the repeat interval so that it is easier to determine the next execution date.

update : 23-06-2017

ORA-27419 - unable to determine valid execution date from repeat interval
ORA-27419 - unable to determine valid execution date from repeat interval

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