Logon format

The workstation on which the job runs.
The name of the job stream.
The time and date when the job was scheduled to run in the plan.
The name of the job. The following notation might precede a job name:
>> rerun as
A job that was rerun with the rerun command, or as a result of automatic recovery.
>> rerun rerun_number of rerun_total
A job that is part of a rerun sequence and its position within the sequence
>> repeated as
The second and subsequent runs of an every job.
The state of the job or job stream. See “Standard Formatˮ for information about state.
Return code
The return code of the job.
The process identification number displayed as #Jnnnnn.
The user name under which the job runs.
On Windows operating systems you can have one of the following formats:
user name
Where username is the name of the Windows user.
Where domain is the Windows® domain of the user and the username is the name of the Windows user.
Where username@internet_domain is the name of a system user in an e-mail address format. The username is followed by the "at sign" followed by the name of the Internet domain with which the user is associated.
Note: Insert the escape character '\' before the '@' character in the username@internet_domain value in the logon field. For example if you are using the administrator@bvt.com user in the logon field, use the following syntax:
..................... ; logon=administrator\@bvt.com