Usually, I use autorep to search for all jobs with a specific name, I want to find all jobs that run under a certain machine name or owner.
We are using autosys 11.3.6 if it matters.
WCC can get you jobs based on machine/owners using filters etc.
The autorep does not support running reports based on owner or machine. It would be a nice to have and I believe it has been suggested multiple times by various users over the years. I think it was never pursued because the "nice to have" vs. "need to have" didn't weigh out in its favor. I would still love to see that feature. You can use WCC Quickedit for that, but being able to use the command line would be extremely helpful in many situations.
+1 for Lisa's comment, besides not every Co has WCC, even the one's with 11.3.5
See this thread for a way to retrieve jobs by machine via command line using python.
here's the problem:
i think they ran out of letters in the alphabet
WHERE: -J JobName -I ApplicationName -B GroupName -o OverRideNumber -X ExternalInstanceName -Y UserDefinedJobType -z GlobalBlobName -G GlobalName -M MachineName -C ConnectionProfileName -V ResourceName -d Generates a detail report -s Generates a summary report -q Generates a query report (Jil format) -p Generates an agent version, plug-in and advanced integrations report -w Reports names using the long form (wide) -n Reports truncated names (narrow) -t Includes the timezone in the report -R RunNumber Generates the report for the job run specified in run_num -L PrintLevel Generated Box Job hierarchy report will be limited to level specified -f BlobDownloadDirectory Blob data download location -a Download blob data to file as ASCII text -usr AuthUser User to authenticate with external security -pw AuthPassword Plain text password for user authentication -pwx AuthEncryptedPassword Encrypted password for user authentication -saml AuthArtifact Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) artifact for single sign-on authentication -x Returns version information -? Help
NOTE: 1. -J OR -M OR -G OR -B OR -I OR -X OR -Y OR -V are required parameters. 2. If OverRideNumber = 0, it will display override number currently in effect. 3. If both [-B GroupName] and [-I ApplicationName] attributes are specified, this is treated as an AND condition. 4. [-J JobName] and [-B GroupName or -I ApplicationName][-X] are mutually exclusive. 5. The [-a] and/or [-f] attributes are valid with the attribute pair [-J JobName] and [-q] or with the [-z GlobalBlobName] attribute