Please reference https://docops.ca.com/ca-workload-automation-ae/11-4-2/en/reference/ae-job-information-language/jil-job-definitions/start_mins-attribute-define-the-minutes-to-run-a-job where it discusses the start_mins attribute. It is noted that this attribute cannot be specified in conjunction with each other.
start_mins Attribute -- Define the Minutes to Run a Job
The start_mins attribute defines the number of minutes after each hour at which the job should start on the days specified in the days_of_week attribute or on the dates specified in the calendar identified in the run_calendar attribute.
Note: Times set in the start_times and start_mins attributes override times set in a custom calendar. The date_conditions attribute controls the usage of this attribute.
You cannot specify both the start_times and start_mins attributes in the same job definition. If you do, CA Workload Automation AE ignores both attributes and generates an error.
Supported Job Types
This attribute is optional for all job types.
This attribute has the following format:
start_mins: mins [, mins]...
Defines the number of minutes after each hour to run the job.
Limits: This value can be a number in the range 0 to 59. This value can contain up to 255 characters, and you can use multiple lines without specifying a continuation character. Separate multiple values with commas.
Default: No start time is set.
Example: Specify a Job to Run at a Quarter Past and Half Past Each Hour
This example specifies that the job should run at a quarter past and half past each hour:
start_mins: 15, 30