- Currently stdout/stderr is logged to a file scheduler.out on Unix platforms.
- For Windows there is no equivalent. JobScheduler is operated as a service for Windows, therefore the start script is not used to launch the service and cannot provide this functionality.
- JobScheduler for Windows writes output to stdout/stderr to a file scheduler.out in the working directory.
- The JobScheduler Engine provides the respective functionality to collect any output to stdout/stderr and to write that output to the scheduler.out file.
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