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by nicolas_mulot
28 Sep 2010 12:19
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Adhoc Job and Load Job attempt < 2
Replies: 6
Views: 5727

This is exactly it.

1st run: notok --> rerun once
2nd run: notok --> rerun twice
3rd run: notok --> do not rerun and leave RED - Notok
by nicolas_mulot
28 Sep 2010 11:15
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Adhoc Job and Load Job attempt < 2
Replies: 6
Views: 5727

det72004, Some issues have been left without reply for ages, be patient. 1) Load Job attempt < 2 The issue is not that clear or too clear. The first idea is to do an automatic rerun using the Steps statements as follows: ON STMT * CODE <your> DO Rerun .. and controlling the max rerun using the “maxr...
by nicolas_mulot
28 Sep 2010 10:44
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Two Daily jobs should not run at the same time same day
Replies: 8
Views: 4060

rajeev5582, A user daily cannot run twice for the same odate under normal circumstances. The control is performed against the SQL table CMR_UDLAST which contains the name of the user daily and the date of the last execution, and which is normally viewed/updated using the standard utility ctmudlst. W...
by nicolas_mulot
28 Sep 2010 7:57
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Scheduling future jobs today.
Replies: 2
Views: 3749

Wdaforsythe , First, why do you consider forcing all jobs and then deleting all those you do not want ? On which criteria? Do you intend to remove those which shouldn’t be ordered? In that case, why don’t you consider ordering rather than forcing? Second, you normally have a set of user daily jobs t...
by nicolas_mulot
17 Sep 2010 9:49
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: How to check Calender after job gets ordered
Replies: 1
Views: 1129

Shashwat, Obviously, you order your cyclic job once a week. Is it correct? If so, how do you manage to get rid of it ? Do you run a ctmkilljob every Sunday before ordering the occurrence of the week? Why don’t you order your job every day? If you want to get rid of the previous occurrence everyday, ...
by nicolas_mulot
16 Sep 2010 4:46
Forum: Control-M Enterprise Manager
Topic: Enterprise Manager 7.0... quick question.
Replies: 2
Views: 2244

JoPoCME According to the annoucements, the chances for GUI 6.4 to be compatible with a server 700, which is likely to display embedded Scheduling Groups, while 640 cannot, are close to 0. Still, you don not need to upgrade your existing 6.4 : since version 6.2, you are allowed to install multiple in...
by nicolas_mulot
15 Sep 2010 12:25
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: MaxWait - Simple Question.
Replies: 2
Views: 1933

BreakFix, MAXWAIT conditions the retention of jobs on the AJF in case the job has not executed yet during its normal production day, or in case the job has failed. If your jobs has MAXWAIT 10 and finishes OK during the 3rd production day after it has been ordered, it is normal that it is deleted fro...
by nicolas_mulot
09 Sep 2010 8:41
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: cmtvar action for multiple variables using input file
Replies: 1
Views: 4480

bwcarr, I ran same tests and obtain the very same result with ctm640 on windows. The doc is not very clear about whether you can specify several lines or not. Regarding the ability to act on several variables in one job, you have the answer already. If you transform your input file by adding "ctmvar...
by nicolas_mulot
02 Sep 2010 10:43
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: List every server
Replies: 3
Views: 2085

Remfleyf, If the fields you find in your jobs do not match the actual hostnames, maybe you use symbolic name which are resolved by NodeGroups. You can simply check that using ctm_menu - 7 - Node Group, or by running the following request: select * from CMS_NODGRP If it is the case, the nodeid (the a...
by nicolas_mulot
31 Aug 2010 5:06
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: Convert/move jobs from ControlM 6.1.03 to 6.4.1
Replies: 14
Views: 9599

careful with Venkateshwarulu's suggestion. Doing so, you job definitions will straightly be put on the control-m/SERVER database, and are likely to be ordered by the next daily session of your 6.40 environement. This will not give you any time to check your definitions and you are exposed to the ris...
by nicolas_mulot
31 Aug 2010 8:24
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: Convert/move jobs from ControlM 6.1.03 to 6.4.1
Replies: 14
Views: 9599

Bwcarr, Brownbag was a bit faster ans sent his notes while I was writing mine, which follow: The best is to export your 6.1 at the EM level using exportdeftable, then to import the export file to 6.4 using deftable. The file should be adapted during export and import. At least, all your cyclic jobs,...
by nicolas_mulot
30 Aug 2010 5:33
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: How to setup a mechnaisim to send a mail facility for a job
Replies: 6
Views: 6340

First you need to configure your ctm server for mails. To do so, open ctm_menu, then “6 - Parameter Customization”, then “6 - Simple Mail Transfer Protocol Parameters”. You must set the parameter “1 - SMTP Server (Relay) Name” to an appropriate value (your smtp server). You must specify an existing ...
by nicolas_mulot
27 Aug 2010 10:43
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Advanced Cyclic Job
Replies: 10
Views: 6701

det72004,

Pls re-check your private mail
Nicolas mulot
by nicolas_mulot
27 Aug 2010 10:24
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Advanced Cyclic Job
Replies: 10
Views: 6701

You got it. This is exactly the way it should work.
Just note that when you write "DummyJob --> Job1 (loadData.sh)", it is not really a flow since there is no dependancy (condition) between the 2 jobs.

Consult your private mails on this forum to find an example.

Cheers
by nicolas_mulot
27 Aug 2010 8:13
Forum: Job Definition
Topic: Advanced Cyclic Job
Replies: 10
Views: 6701

det72004, Well, I wouldn’t say you’re wrong, but I will not say you’re right either. The Dummy job does not EXECUTE your job1. According to the statement I supplied in my first reply, the Dummy job will ORDER your job1 onto the AJF, as you would do using either desktop, GUI -->Tools –-> Order/Force ...