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Hi @rajisridhar 

 

You can use a command like this to get the start and end time and then store it where you wish to or configure mail accordingly to your requirements.

Example:

$ oozie job -oozie http://localhost:11000/oozie -info 14-20090525161321-oozie-joe
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.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Workflow Name :  map-reduce-wf
App Path      :  hdfs://localhost:8020/user/joe/workflows/map-reduce
Status        :  SUCCEEDED
Run           :  0
User          :  joe
Group         :  users
Created       :  2009-05-26 05:01 +0000
Started       :  2009-05-26 05:01 +0000
Ended         :  2009-05-26 05:01 +0000
Actions
.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Action Name             Type        Status     Transition  External Id            External Status  Error Code    Start                   End
.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
hadoop1                 map-reduce  OK         end         job_200904281535_0254  SUCCEEDED        -             2009-05-26 05:01 +0000  2009-05-26 05:01 +0000
.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

For detailed information see this:

https://oozie.apache.org/docs/3.3.2/DG_CommandLineTool.html#Jobs_Operations

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