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by nicolas_mulot
22 Apr 2011 10:20
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Problem with Step codes config
Replies: 2
Views: 2679

typhoeus, You dont do anything wrong. You just ask ctm to set a status OK when RC=99 and ask to force a job when status is OK. The logic of ctm is shown in the log messages as follows: TR5100 ENDED AT 20110422220255. OSCOMPSTAT 99. RUNCNT 1 TR5169 Message from Agent: Job completed TR5132 STATUS SET ...
by nicolas_mulot
22 Apr 2011 4:48
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: RERUN FAIL JOB after 120 SECONDS
Replies: 4
Views: 2742

arunveer, The "Interval" parameter(s) you find in the "Execution" tab, which looks to be designed for cyclic jobs only, also acts for Do Rerun actions. You cannot rerun a cyclic job and this parameter acts for both cases. The smallest rerun interval unit is minutes: specify 2 minutes for 120 seconds...
by nicolas_mulot
22 Apr 2011 4:39
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: -GROUP and -TABLE should be the same for the job that belong
Replies: 2
Views: 1795

Largonir, You are right, in the former versions (640, 630 and probably older ones), the ctmgrpdef did not accept the –TABLE parameter, then the subsequent ctmdefine do not recognise the jobs as belonging to the previously created scheduling group, As a consequence, and this is a bug in the design of...
by nicolas_mulot
22 Apr 2011 3:16
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: [ctmcreate] Embedded Script
Replies: 6
Views: 8774

Largonir, The problem is that ctmcreate does not work exactly like a job creation under Desktop. When defining your job under Desktop, you may either edit your entire script, or load it (bottom left of the edit windows) from a file. This last option implies that your script resides in the neighbourh...
by nicolas_mulot
06 Apr 2011 4:59
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: CTMDEFINE utility
Replies: 2
Views: 2479

amirths, It should work. ctmdefine must have created your table in the ctm server base. First check that your table has actually been created using ctmpsm --> 71 You can also check thet using an sql request (on server side) like: select * from CMS_SCHEDT where SCHEDTAB='your_table_name' If it does n...
by nicolas_mulot
07 Mar 2011 7:27
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Retain "Ended-Ok" Jobs in AJF
Replies: 5
Views: 4383

kylo_h, Walty’s suggestion is excellent, as usual. I’ve been used to that kind of situation where people want to see what happened in the past (from Saturday till Monday as you suggest, or simply from day to day, in case the daily runs before the working hours, like 0500 AM while people arrive by 09...
by nicolas_mulot
12 Jan 2011 11:58
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: I need a variable for ....
Replies: 2
Views: 1861

moha1984 First, the month codes (JAN, FEB etc..) you intend to use are not covered by any autoedit variable. For that reason, you must associate the month codes available in autoedit to your own codes (01=JAN, 02=FEB etc..) Do do so, you can either rely to a %%LIBMEMSYM table, which would contain: %...
by nicolas_mulot
26 Oct 2010 9:34
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: HOW TO PASS PARAMETER TO SCRIPT
Replies: 2
Views: 1474

Brownbag, The script you coded as the physical dest of the logical dest you shout to receives the following : 1) the nodeid of the job 2) the full text of the shout message 3) the urgency of the shout The message text can include any system or user autoedit variable. This means you can process as a ...
by nicolas_mulot
17 Oct 2010 11:26
Forum: Control-M Server
Topic: Will NEWDAY load?
Replies: 1
Views: 1519

Ajomarquez, Lets clarify your question : Newday has run on day n Your system has been down long enough so newday at day n+1 has not run Your system is up again and newday is to run or ptrobably has run on n+2 If this is correct, your question is: how can I order my jobs for n+1, which have not been ...
by nicolas_mulot
13 Oct 2010 11:51
Forum: Control-M Server
Topic: Day Time :+1200
Replies: 1
Views: 1411

Moha1984, Is it a new installation or an existing server? You’re not supposed to change the newday time to « any time you want” on an existing server. The impact of changing the controlm time has been mentioned in many posts of this forum, and you have to consider, among other issues, those jobs hav...
by nicolas_mulot
06 Oct 2010 11:41
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Interval for cyclic jobs
Replies: 3
Views: 2123

Shashwat , Actually, “from start” counts the start time of the previous run while “from target” count an exact number of cycles, from a “TIMEFROM” boundary. Lets consider a job having the following parms: TIMEFROM 0715 Cyclic Y Interval 15M If you order you job at 0700 or any time before 0715, there...
by nicolas_mulot
06 Oct 2010 9:54
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: kill job / quantitative ressource
Replies: 2
Views: 1987

Bruno, Pour la première, voir le manuel « admin » ou « utilities » selon les versions. La syntaxe est : ctmkiljob –orderid <orderno_36> Ou : ctmkiljob –orderid « *<orderno_10> » <orderno_36> est l’orderid en alphanumérique tel qu’affiché sous EM par exemple <orderno_10> est l’orderid en numérique ba...
by nicolas_mulot
30 Sep 2010 1:19
Forum: Control-M Forecast
Topic: Projecting future job usage.
Replies: 1
Views: 4656

BreakFix, The easiest is to run a ctmrpln against all your tables for a given date (here next october 1st): ctmrpln dj y “*” “*” 20101001 This is to be run under ctm server account. The output looks more or less like this: Daily Job Order Report For Table TTSCND_TB, Job * ===========================...
by nicolas_mulot
29 Sep 2010 8:09
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Adhoc Job and Load Job attempt < 2
Replies: 6
Views: 5727

Yes, good idea.
Read the manual. I have to admit it is not always that clear if you start from scratch.
Coem back to that forum if you need further explainations or provide more details on your case.

Cheers
by nicolas_mulot
29 Sep 2010 8:06
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: How to retain sysout and log for archived jobs
Replies: 2
Views: 2374

The retention control is set at the ctm/server level ctm_menu --> 6 - Parameter Customization --> 3 - System Parameters and Shout Destination Tables --> 2) System Parameters --> n) Next Page 6) Maximum Days Retained by CONTROL-M Log : 7) Maximum Days to Retain Sysout Files : Check your DB space if y...