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by nicolas_mulot
14 Jan 2010 7:58
Forum: Control-M Enterprise Manager
Topic: Alert Log
Replies: 9
Views: 2948

ajomarquez, It seems your script is called via a job defined with TASKTYPE Command. Otherwise, I don't see how the script could internally resolve an AutoEdit variable, while the command line of the job could resolve both AutoEdit and envirpnment variables. In that case, %%A is necessarilly resolved...
by nicolas_mulot
14 Jan 2010 7:23
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Ending OK and submitting table with ret code
Replies: 1
Views: 900

Hubba, Its not so easy to automate the removal of jobs that have been already ordered. The most direct reply to your need is, as you suggest yourself, to order the successors when needed. ON STMT * CODE COMPSTAT != 0 DO OK ON STMT * CODE COMPSTAT = 0 DO FORCEJOB TABLE <TABLE> JOBNAME <JOBNAME> You c...
by nicolas_mulot
14 Jan 2010 6:37
Forum: Control-M Enterprise Manager
Topic: Alert Log
Replies: 9
Views: 2948

Hi,
The alerts are physically erased, but still buffered in the GAS Server, which then has to be stopped/restarted. You can automate the global proces using the "ctl" utility

Cheers
by nicolas_mulot
14 Jan 2010 9:51
Forum: Control-M Enterprise Manager
Topic: Alert Log
Replies: 9
Views: 2948

Hello,

There used to be a more or less documented script called erase_alerts. This is available in the <em_home>/scripts
Check you ctm housekeeping jobs to check if that script is used.

Nicolas_mulot
by nicolas_mulot
13 Jan 2010 9:17
Forum: Monitoring
Topic: Problem with the Alert Window
Replies: 2
Views: 2115

Hi,

EM 6.4.0 Fix pack 3 includes the following entry:

CAR00040444 - New alert notifications are received even in cases where the new alert does not match the display filter.


Cheers
Nicolas Mulot
by nicolas_mulot
12 Jan 2010 5:49
Forum: Control-M Server
Topic: Batch ended-ok even if .bat hasn't run
Replies: 5
Views: 7489

Diablau, The sysout does exist, so we can assume that the .bat specified in the job did run. We can imagine that the one which did not execute is actually D:\was\runtime\Start_Deferred.bat. Whichever the rc of the psexec can be, the subsequent echo and exit /B will always return a RC=0, and the job ...
by nicolas_mulot
11 Jan 2010 12:27
Forum: Control-M Server
Topic: Doubt
Replies: 3
Views: 2670

Nancy, There was a slight mistake in my previous post. Instead of: ON STMT * CODE * DO SETVAR %%\COMP=%%COMPUTERNAME .. which refers to an unexisting %%COMPUTERNAME AutoEdit variable, One should have read: ON STMT * CODE * DO SETVAR %%\COMP=%COMPUTERNAME% .. which refers to the environment variable ...
by nicolas_mulot
11 Jan 2010 10:42
Forum: Monitoring
Topic: Batch schedule monitoring
Replies: 8
Views: 8603

Well, the idea is to focus on exceptional events. Once notified, the operator should act on the job, probably using a more standard viewpoint. Since this particular viewpoint is only intended to catch attention, the best is to exclude ended jobs (OK or NOTOK) from the viewpoint, and leave the modifi...
by nicolas_mulot
09 Jan 2010 9:56
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: %%PATH Autoedit variable Overrides Shell PATH
Replies: 5
Views: 4696

I have the same behaviour under Windows server 6.3 FixPack 5.
This sounds new to me and I didnt find any info on that enhancement in neither the base documentation nor in any fixpack release notes.

If anyone has info about when this was released - thanks
Nicolas_Mulot
by nicolas_mulot
08 Jan 2010 7:59
Forum: Monitoring
Topic: Batch schedule monitoring
Replies: 8
Views: 8603

Admin007 , All suggestions conduct to specifying shouts, and I don’t see any other way to dynamically “mark” those jobs which run for too long. I understand that if you send them messages to the alert window, they could be lost in the traffic. I tested a little trick which works and might help you. ...
by nicolas_mulot
08 Jan 2010 3:36
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: ctmfw timeout value
Replies: 6
Views: 4423

ttb_uk, I think you misplaced the absolute stop time, which should be the 10th positional parm. Actually, you did not specify the 8th (monitor file size when wildcard is used) and the 9th (starting time for detecting files). You should try this syntax: ctmfw %%filename CREATE 0 60 10 3 0 N NOW 20100...
by nicolas_mulot
07 Jan 2010 11:50
Forum: Control-M Server
Topic: Doubt
Replies: 3
Views: 2670

Nancy, A good trick is to define those global variables every day using a service job, which runs daily. Typically, this is a Dummy job which includes the following code: ON STMT * CODE * DO SETVAR %%\VAR1=<the> In addition, some control-m parms can be directly specified as environement variable. In...
by nicolas_mulot
07 Jan 2010 11:34
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: SQL is not executing
Replies: 8
Views: 2263

Venkat, First the target you specified is not the correct one. You should select the ORDERNO which is the unique Id of the job in the AJF (CMR_AJF), while the JOBNO you specified is the unique Id in the definitions (CMS_JOBDEF). You might go in trouble with that request in case the job is available ...
by nicolas_mulot
07 Jan 2010 11:30
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Problem when scheduling a chain.
Replies: 3
Views: 1356

futre25, If I understand well, the requirement is as follows 1) All predecessors must complete with either RC=0 or RC=77 2) At least one must complete RC=0 The conditions from the 5 preds to the unique successor are individual events which are linked to every single predecessor end. The statement th...