In ESP, command LAP (list application) would display jobs and their dependencies in an active workflow:
lap arphone.0 all APPL ARPHONE GEN 1942 CREATED AT 14.00 ON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12TH, 2018 BY EVENT PRDSCHD.ARPHONE SET.METRO, HC=0 SUBMISSION AT 23.30 ON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12TH, 2018 ANTICIPATED END TIME: 23.30 ON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12TH, 2018 PREDECESSORS: (NONE) SUCCESSORS: ARC129JU.ARPHONE, P024CUSX.ARPHONE, P064CUSX.ARPHONE RESOURCES: 1 METRO P024CUSX.ARPHONE, HC=1 SUBMISSION AT 23.30 ON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12TH, 2018 ANTICIPATED END TIME: 23.33 ON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 12TH, 2018 PREDECESSORS: SET.METRO SUCCESSORS: ARC129JK.ARPHONE RESOURCES: 4 RDELAPSD ENQUEUES: Shr ESPENQ_JOB(ARC106J-)_APPL(-.-), Excl ESPENQ_JOB(P024CUSX.ARPHONE)_APPL(ARPHONE.1942) I understand you can view an active workflow in the AWI through graphical or hierarchy, and that each object can be selected to view properties -> Time and Dependencies.
I'm wondering if there is an easier way. I did a search on the community and came across a script for Dollar Universe, but wanted to know if Automic had a similar script or if/how other shops do this.
currently the AWI does not have this capability. But if you install the Java UI you can use the function "print" to see and print this information. 2nd option is to query the database - tables OH and JPP