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The managed database Jobs (JobSchedulerManagedDatabaseJob, JobSchedulerManagedDBReportJob, JobSchedulerManagedCustomReportJob) support replacing variables inside the <command> parameter.
However, with simple job configurations (e.g. no job chain node paramteters) the ${parameter} Synthax can not be used, as Job Scheduler has the habit of removing ${parameter} before the job can read it and replace the parameters.

So, instead §{parameter} can be used:

<job title="DB Report" order="no"> 

	<description><include file="jobs/JobSchedulerManagedDBReportJob.xml"/></description> 
		<param name="command" value="SELECT COUNT(ID) FROM §{TABLE_NAME}"/> 
		<param name="database_connection" value="test01"/> 
		<param name="TABLE_NAME" value="employees"/> 
	<script language="java"  


Please pay attention to the matter that the variable name in parameter-values have no prefix, especially no "SCHEDULER_PARAM_". This prefix is used only when JobScheduler variables are exported to environment variables, just to avoid contentions with other existing environment variables.

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