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  • 1.  Autosys query

    Posted 09-06-2017 03:42 AM

    Hello Forum,

    I am an beginner for Autosys. I need assistance on the below as per Windows environment:

    > Exit Codes in terms of SAP and for windows environment.

    > Different commands in command line interface.

    > Definition of JIL and JIL Sub-commands.

    > Alarm and different status of alarms.

    > Architecture of the latest edition of Autosys r11.3.***

    Kindly, drop a mail : ranjan08@hotmail.co.in  or reply at this forum.

    The above query will be helpful as i am going to migrate from Autosys Monitoring team to Scheduling team. 

    I tried searching the above content online but not much sattisfactory answers were available. Your inputs will help me to leverage further.

    scarrobis

     

    Regards,

    Ranjan



  • 2.  Re: Autosys query

    Posted 09-06-2017 11:05 AM

    Ranjan,

    I would wait to see how your scheduling team wants to train you . :-)

    Also may i ask : Why did you flag my name? 

     

    Thanx

     

    Steve C.



  • 3.  Re: Autosys query

    Posted 09-06-2017 01:07 PM

    Hi,

    I have been going through the forum for all the relevant question. I have seen your expertise level and currently you assist with all the #Autosys query, so thought of asking you the same. The above mentioned are the root level task my #scheduling team have given me to fetch the information and explain it after which they will conduct a formal training.
    In that context, if you can assist me it will be helpful.

     

    Regards,
    Ranjan



  • 4.  Re: Autosys query
    Best Answer

     
    Posted 09-06-2017 11:23 AM

    Hi Rangan

     

    Regarding the different questions you asked I suggest you to open some cases with CA support to assist you

    on responding to the different topics you listed, we will be glad to help

     

    I can give you some helpful information about your request:

     

    - Exit Codes in terms of SAP and for windows environment.

     

      See WAAE Implementation guide documentation for different Exit codes

     

    - Different commands in command line interface.

     

    When you install CA Workload Automation AE, ensure that you install the Command Sponsor component. The Command Sponsor lets you execute CA Workload Automation AE commands (such as autorep, chk_auto_up, autoping, and so on) on the CA Workload Automation AE server using the CA WCC user interface  (and use ECLI)

     

    - Definition of JIL and JIL Sub-commands.

     

    See the WAAE User Guide chapter 2

    The jil Command and JIL (Job Information Language)

    JIL Subcommands ................

     

    - Alarm and different status of alarms.

    See WAA Ereferences guide Chapter Alarms

     

    - Architecture of the latest edition of Autosys r11.3.***

     

    See WAAE Implementation guide for detail

     

    I hope these response suits your need

     

    Thanks and best regards,

     

    Faouzia



  • 5.  Re: Autosys query

    Posted 09-06-2017 01:08 PM

    Thanks for your prompt reply. Let me check the suggested links provided from your end.

     

    Regards,

    Ranjan



  • 6.  Re: Autosys query

    Posted 09-06-2017 01:33 PM

    Ranjan,

     

    Thank you for the vote of confidence..and clarification :-)

     

    NOT all exit codes are created equal. Yes CA has a set of them that are pertinent. But i can make any job exit with that same error code.

    It is important to read the run detail or the spool/agent log to discern the full nature of the exit codes. 

    The reference guide will help you most of all.. 

    the main jil commands:

    insert_job:

    update_job: 

    delete_box

    delete_job

    insert_machine 

    update_machine

    delete_machine

     

    are the key JIL commands. 

    sub commands are actually referred or used to be referred to as attributes. There were 30 now 100s to ask you to know them all is ludicrous.

    Learn where they are in the book and understand the meaning behind them :-)

    key commands for troubleshooting

     

    autorep

    autoping

    chk_auto_up

    chase

     

    there are more.. but look these up. 

     

    Good Luck.