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astraeaastraea 

Apex Job... can't execute executeBatch()

Hi,

 

I tried to execute Database.executeBatch()..But I couldn't.:smileysad:

 

I'm using Japanese salesforce.com, so I don't know an original error message.

The message means "you don't have a permission. So you can't execute the request. Please ask owner or system administrator.".

 

 

I have a permission of system administrator and I made all custom object,Apex Trigger and classes.

 

Code is very simple:

trigger TestScript on Batch_Script__c bulk (after update) {
//if checkbox is checked, run the script
for (Batch_Script__c bs : Trigger.new) {
if (bs.Test_Script_Run__c == true) {

Job j = new Job();
Database.executeBatch(j);


//update status of Batch Script instance
Batch_Script__c ourBS = new Batch_Script__c (
Id = bs.Id,
Test_Script_Run__c=false,
Test_Script_Last_Run_Date__c=system.today()
);
update ourBS;
}
}
}

 

global class Job implements Database.Batchable<toTable__c>{

global database.Querylocator start(){
return Database.getQueryLocator([select Name__c,Run_Date__c from fromTable__c]);
}
global void executeBatch(SObject[] ttb){
List<fromTable__c> ftbl = [select Name__c,Run_Date__c from fromTable__c]; List<toTable__c> ttbl = new List<toTable__c>();

for(fromTable__c l : ftbl){
toTable__c ttbc = new toTable__c();
ttbc.Name__c = l.Name__c;
ttbc.Run_Date__c = system.today();

ttbl.add(ttbc);
}
insert ttbl;

}
global void finish(){ }
}

Best Answer chosen by Admin (Salesforce Developers) 
RajanJasujaRajanJasuja

Hi,

 

Batch- Apex is not by default enabled in all summer 09 orgs, you have to send a request to enable batch Apex, and then only you will be able to use this in your Org.

 

Regards,

Rajan Jasuja 

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RajanJasujaRajanJasuja

Hi,

 

Batch- Apex is not by default enabled in all summer 09 orgs, you have to send a request to enable batch Apex, and then only you will be able to use this in your Org.

 

Regards,

Rajan Jasuja 

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astraeaastraea

Hi,

 

Thank you for your reply.

 

I'm using developer edition only.

I called support desk, but he didn't ask whether Batch-Apex can be enabled on developer edition:smileysad:

 

Does anyone have the answer?