Triggering a job in Control-m map from external application

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Triggering a job in Control-m map from external application

Post by zorin » 24 Sep 2007 7:20

Control-m Gurus,
I need you expert comennts here. In my project there is a requirement that a standalone application wants to trigger a job which is part of a Control-m map. I want to know if this is possible, are ther some APIs which a standalone application can call to trigger a job in Control-m map ?

Thanks in advance,

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Zorin

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Post by gglau » 25 Sep 2007 3:24

Use server utility "ctmorder"

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Post by fyot » 25 Sep 2007 7:10

Hi,

I agree with gglau.

ctmorder to order an exising job in the control-m database.
ctmcreate to create a dynamic job withou creation in database
ctmcontb to post a condition to an existing job or chain in your plan.

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Post by mauriziog » 03 Oct 2007 11:48

On the machine were the "stand alone" application resides, you must have a Controlm agent for running the utilities.
If you cant install the agent you must do in another way.

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Re: Triggering a job in Control-m map from external applicat

Post by dkadosh » 20 Dec 2007 8:36

An application can invoke Control-M scheduler via

1. Command line utilities like ctmorder
2. Web Services - first install control-m Web Services Interface (you can do things like order job, create job, add condition, track a job, etc..)
3. Messaging - install control-m messaging interface, and send it a JMS, or MQ message.
4. EMAPI - write java code to invoke control-m. Works like Messaging, Web Services, but you have to write the code yourself.

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Post by philmalmaison » 20 Dec 2007 2:42

regarding to the cost, if you can trigger some API's , you can use ctrlm utilities...
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