Calendar scheduling rules not working as expected for day after Christmas
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Calendar scheduling rules not working as expected for day after Christmas


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Autosys Workload Automation


Our customer who runs payroll processes is trying to create a calendar that runs every Monday; if that Monday is a holiday, then they would like the run day to be the following day.
I will upload screenshots of the calendars that are mentioned below.
The calendar that contains holidays is "JHH1_JHU_HOLIDAY". 12/25/2023 is selected as a holiday.
The calendar that is not working as expected is "JHH1_WEEKLY_TIME".
All other dates are scheduled as expected for the calendar rules.
However, there is supposed to be a job run on 12/26/2023, but does not show up. 

I have changed the settings in "reschedule rule" to "Schedule on the next day" as well, and it still does not work.

I would appreciate assistance on the matter.


Autosys 12.X


There is a defect were the last day in the cycle is not populated correctly


We have a current workaround for this issue.

If I use a cycle like yours then the last date is left off just like in your example.
If I add another future date in the holiday calendar, one after 12/26/2023, then 
I do get the 12/26/2023 and 12/27/2023 dates.  
It still will leave off the last future
date from the holiday calendar.

If I use a cycle where I specifically define year by year then all the dates 
I expect to appear in the extended calendar.

If I use a cycle that specifically lists
Enter Start Date (MM/DD/YYYY): 01/01/2022
Enter End Date (MM/DD/YYYY): 12/31/2022
Enter Start Date (MM/DD/YYYY): 01/01/2023
Enter End Date (MM/DD/YYYY): 12/31/2023
Enter Start Date (MM/DD/YYYY): 01/01/2024
Enter End Date (MM/DD/YYYY): 12/31/2024