with PREP_PROCESS_REPORT i can read the Report from an Object. Great !
I want to do this with Agents.
How can I ?
I searched in the Help and here in the forum but there is nothing compare to PREP_PROCESS_REPORT
Could you tell the exact product name of the job scheduling manager? Then the right group of people will help you on your questions.
well, i am not sure if i understand your question correctly.
I use Automic Workload Engine 11.2.1 (ONE Automation 2015)
The community link for Automic is as below:
CA Automic Community
Please post your question there in the future. I will ask our admin to move your question this time.
oh ok - now i get why you asked that. Sorry - my mistake
in theory its simple, you could use PREP_PROCESS_REPORT as well to obtain Agent info via the Run ID of the agent object.
BUT - trying this you will end up with message:
U00020937 Runtime error in object 'SCRI.PREP_PROCESS_REPORT', line '00003'. It is not valid to access a report within a different client with PREP_PROCESS_REPORT.
Plan B fails (starting the script in CLT0) because you can't start any object in client0.
So plan C would be parsing the agent logfile with prep_process_file....
BTW. what info do you want to fnd in the agent logfile?
thank you for the answer
Well, my goal is to read Infos like ie. 'ft_temp_file_ifs='
i could read the INI File with PREP_PROCESS_FILE but maybe i need some other infos from the Report.
The Report is a great summary of many Infos - not just the INI File.
I haven´t found a RunID like you did within your 'SCRI.PREP_PROCESS_REPORT'
i am reading the Agent Report not in the CLT0.
i thought there should be a way when i can do this with the GUI (AWI) / my mouse in a SCRI Object.
But maybe not
you're welcome :-)
The Agent's runid is a bit hidden either you grab in the DB via SQL or you look in the report Windows - at the Window header (Report: [Agent Name] : (RUNID)
One Breadcrumb that could help you are Agent Variables - some of them should be helpful for you
ok - thank you for your help
I cannot find the RunID in my Report Windows - either AIX nor Windows Server Reports does tell their RunID.
But even if i would have found it - i would receive your Error Message.
Greets - Thomas
Java UI - System Overview - Automation Engine (or Agents) - right-click on any Server Process (or Agent) - Report -
The Blue Headline says: B007 - Report [SYSTEMname#WP00X(HEREISYOURRUNID)]
If you want an older Runid Report - open Statistics - right-click on any Server Process (or Agent) - Report -