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by nicolas_mulot
01 May 2015 7:01
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Holiday scheduling
Replies: 3
Views: 6665

Re: Holiday scheduling

Kenton, Fortunately, there is a smart way to address your question. Just define a ALL_DAYS calendar , which is not too difficult (maybe you have one already). This calendar should contain all days in the year. In your job, just define your workday calendar in the Month Days calendar. From that point...
by nicolas_mulot
11 Feb 2014 2:03
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: Has anybody used Control-M and Automic.
Replies: 2
Views: 3486

Greenlilytree,
Check your private mails on this forum
by nicolas_mulot
08 Feb 2014 3:36
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Forcing jobs to have Task Type "DUMMY"
Replies: 1
Views: 1831

osafr71, Changing the tasktype of your jobs into dummy will have no effect on the scheduling of your jobs. as you noticed, ctmpsm does not provide any "bypass" option similar to what is provided by the EM GUI. You may add missing conditions using ctmcontb utility, or change the timefrom using ctmpsm...
by nicolas_mulot
08 Feb 2014 3:28
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Jobs in Yellow not ends
Replies: 6
Views: 4795

Geordie Firts get your orderid in alphanumeric format (from the “Active” tab of your job properties). Copy the value in the clipboard (e.g.: 05xih). Then open a terminal (DOS prompt if Windows, native terminal or putty if Unix/Linux). If Linux of Unix, logon with the control-m account. Convert the o...
by nicolas_mulot
05 Feb 2014 11:31
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: In condition order date problem
Replies: 2
Views: 1804

Ayanendu, This behaviour is normal. When ordering a job, the only information available is the current jobname and the current date. The order function has no way to access information dealing with the predecessors or successors, if any. This is the reason why the keywords PREV, ODAT and NEXT, attac...
by nicolas_mulot
04 Feb 2014 7:51
Forum: SQL Scripts
Topic: Keep job active after success run
Replies: 8
Views: 6695

GrandSteph, We adressed this kind of issue in one of the major telephone company in France. Customer wanted to keep all jobs under control until a consistent set of job (here the management unit was the controlm APPLICATION name). All jobs were defined with a MAXWAIT = 99n, which means that automati...
by nicolas_mulot
24 Jan 2013 5:36
Forum: Control-M Agents
Topic: How to rename a unix agent
Replies: 6
Views: 6002

Navanees, In case the hosname of your agent has changed from "hostold" to "hostnew", I understand that jobs are still submitted to "hostold" for it is still used in the NodeId/Group field of thejob definitions, in which case your jobs probably turn blue instead of expected yellow. The simplest is to...
by nicolas_mulot
24 Jan 2013 5:16
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: How to schedule a job ones in the two weeks
Replies: 9
Views: 5437

Janctm,
Ther is a possibility of a script-based solution. Pls check your private messages on that forum

Cheers
Nicolas Mulot
by nicolas_mulot
26 Jan 2012 12:20
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: Rerun job that has ended with run time less than 10 minute
Replies: 3
Views: 2483

Andyshack, it will be a good idea as well to pass the %%RUNCOUNT autoedit variable in your message text. Doing so, you will be able to control potentially infinite rerun loops and leuch the ctmpsm only if the amount of rerun already done has not reached an specified limitation. you will then have to...
by nicolas_mulot
26 Jan 2012 12:08
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: Rerun job that has ended with run time less than 10 minute
Replies: 3
Views: 2483

Andyshack, What you need is to shout to program. Using ctm_menu  Parameter Customization Menu  Shout destination tables, you have to update your shout destination table (default SYSTEM an create a new entry, type P (program) the physical name of which being the full path of the script. Lets call t...
by nicolas_mulot
27 Dec 2011 9:05
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Defining a job to run 1st Sunday of every month
Replies: 2
Views: 2040

MONTH ALL
MONTH DAYS 1,2,3,4,5,6,7
WEEK DAYS 0
DAYS_AND_OR AND
by nicolas_mulot
21 Dec 2011 1:42
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Trigger a job on CA 7 from Control-m
Replies: 5
Views: 5592

Oups ! If I understand well your CA/7 runs on z/os where you have no control-m component installed and control-m is installed on distributed where you have no CA component (CA/7 nor TNG nor Autosys) installed. If that’s the case, there is virtually no possibility to interconnect. The only way to int...
by nicolas_mulot
21 Dec 2011 9:10
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Trigger a job on CA 7 from Control-m
Replies: 5
Views: 5592

Karan, It is ages since I haven’t worked on CTM z/OS nor converted CA/7 to CTM, but I still have some remembering, and I kept some docs as well From CA/7 to CTM , you can define a job triggered or demanded by a standard CA/7 job step, which executes CTMJOB utility to order a job or a set of jobs ont...
by nicolas_mulot
20 Dec 2011 5:40
Forum: Control-M Enterprise Manager
Topic: Schedule Table Access Levels.
Replies: 4
Views: 5193

BreakFix, You can restrict access to table(s) at the target level, i.e. on the CTM/Server database rather than on the source, i.e. from the EM environment. The standard utility ctmsec is designed for this. To address your need, I would recommend to restrict specific rights rather than opening genera...
by nicolas_mulot
20 Dec 2011 8:43
Forum: Control-M Enterprise Manager
Topic: Order time of a job
Replies: 2
Views: 2299

hraj1984, If you want an history, for example on a month, use the ctmlog utility, then filter the output by findstr or grep depending on the platform (MS/Win or Unix/Linux) Example, to find and history of order time of job PFMJDE1010 on December 2011, use the following on Windows: ctmlog list 201112...