You can find
DBMS_SCHEDULER jobs in the Jobs folder in recent versions of PL/SQL Developer. In older versions you’ll have to run
select * from all_scheduler_jobs;
Your old version was probably created before DBMS_SCHEDULER existed, so your Jobs folder only reads from
ALL_JOBS. Newer versions have two folders, DBMS_Jobs that reads from
ALL_JOBS, and Jobs that reads from
ALL_SCHEDULER_JOBS. When you find your scheduler job you can right-click on it and either view or edit the properties.
For example, if I create this job:
begin dbms_scheduler.create_job ( job_name => 'TEST_JOB', job_type => 'PLSQL_BLOCK', job_action => 'begin null; end;', auto_drop => false); end; /
I see these results in the Object window:
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