In the bookshelf for CA Workload Automation AE r11.3.6, there is a helpful guide called 'CA Workload Automation AE Message Reference Guide'. This guide explains the messages that you see while working with CA Workload Automation AE. Each message is explained giving the exact message string, the reason, and the suggested solution.
You see the following three types of messages while working with CA Workload Automation AE:
■ Information messages that display information and call for no action. (CAUAJM_I_XXXXX)
■ Warning messages that warn you of a potential error and may require you to take some action. (CAUAJM_W_XXXXX)
■ Error messages that tell you what went wrong and what you need to do to resolve it. (CAUAJM_E_XXXXX)
This message guide is available on the CA Wiki for Workload Automation AE & Workload Control Center as well as the r11.3 and r11.3.5 bookshelves.
To download the Bookshelf for your version of Autosys, do the following:
1. Login to support.ca.com
2. Hover over 'Knowledge Center' and click 'Documentation'
3. In the dropdown box, search for you release of Autosys
r11.3.6: 'CA Workload Automation AE Release 11.3.6' or 'CA Workload Automation AE Release 11.3.6 - Customer Access Only -US English'
r11.3.5: 'CA Workload Automation AE Release 11.3.5 -US English'
r11.3: 'CA Workload Automation AE Release 11.3-US English'
4. Click 'Go'
5. Click 'Download this Bookshelf' (in the upper right and side of the screen)
**If you just need the Message Reference Guide, follow steps 1-4 then
5. Under 'Product Documentation - By Product Component', click on the 'CA Workload Automation AE' link
6. Click on the 'Download PDF' link next to 'Message Reference Guide'
You can also access the same information at wiki.ca.com in the CA Workload Automation AE & Workload Control Center wiki. In the navigation panel on the left, select References, and then Messages. The below sections contain information on the messages as well as search pages for the Error codes indicated above.
I will update my post to include a link to the Messages section of the CA Wiki. Thanks, Justin!
This document is a step forward, thank you.
It will have been of more help if the "unknowns" were made "knowns", example:
Unable to determine class. Cannot continue.
JNIEnv::IsInstanceOf() did not return a known class.
Required action unknown.
No reason and no action ....
In the near future, we will try and turn as many "unknowns" into "knowns". That would be beneficial to everyone. =)