When a very large file is encountered, we need to force complete the PeopleSoft job so it doesn't try to process that file. A notification will be sent so manual procedures can be performed.
1. Create a File Watcher Job to monitor the size of the file.
Define a File Watcher Job - CA Workload Automation AE & Workload Control Center - CA Technologies Documentation
2. notifications cannot be sent in this case. Notifications will be sent only in case if the job fails or succeeds.
3. In this case you can create email notifications for FW jobs as it fails job if the Size of the file exceeds and also sends a notification.
2. notifications can be sent in this case. Notifications will be sent only in case if the job fails or succeeds.
Where does the file exist that requires the size to be checked? Windows or Linux?
I would create an OS specific JOB that checks the file size and does a conditional release.
Alternate process would automate manual steps done when the file is above threshold size.
The file comes into a UNIX file transfer server. I have a file trigger with Created and when file reaches 70000 bytes. The trigger completes as expected, but I want it to execute an Alert to force complete the sub-app when the file is over 70K. Less than 70K, it should complete so the successor PeopleSoft job is submitted.
Do you have a NOTIFY statement on the file trigger job?
Have you created a APPL to process the alert?
The NOTIFY would trigger the alert when the job ends,
NOTIFY JOBEND ALERT(alterid)
Could you have a task that monitors the file size, and set it up such that if the file size reaches a certain size, it sends an alert. This alert would trigger an event that would have an in-stream proc that would force the job complete. We've done this in ESP.