Start of Day and End of Day Process


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Hi guys.
In my database i need two process in the database one is SOD(Start of Day) and the 2nd one is EOD (End Of Day).
The purpose of these process to run multiple hidden queries in back-end. In both processes there are several queries to run.
I need help to setup this.i have no idea that how i can built this but this is necessary for database.
another thing these process execute only once a day.
after login i want to run a form that will check that SOD is performed or not if not then SOD (Run SOD) Screen will appear if SOD not perform yet then system ask for SOD Process to run otherwise disable my dashboard items.
and 2ndly if EOD not perfor

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