CA Workload Automation ESP Edition

Expand all | Collapse all

What would be some of the contributing factors for defined SLAs that continually have an SLA Deadline Completion of "N/A"? My deadline is configured for 05:00. Run Validity is set to 180 minutes (Job typically starts at 02:02) and Past Hours is set to 3hr

Jump to Best Answer
  • 1.  What would be some of the contributing factors for defined SLAs that continually have an SLA Deadline Completion of "N/A"? My deadline is configured for 05:00. Run Validity is set to 180 minutes (Job typically starts at 02:02) and Past Hours is set to 3hr

    Posted 09-18-2017 11:34 AM


  • 2.  Re: What would be some of the contributing factors for defined SLAs that continually have an SLA Deadline Completion of "N/A"? My deadline is configured for 05:00. Run Validity is set to 180 minutes (Job typically starts at 02:02) and Past Hours is set to

    Posted 09-18-2017 03:20 PM

    Steve75 

     

    what context is this question> iDASH? JAWS?

    process could be on hold or ice ?

     

    Steve C.



  • 3.  Re: What would be some of the contributing factors for defined SLAs that continually have an SLA Deadline Completion of "N/A"? My deadline is configured for 05:00. Run Validity is set to 180 minutes (Job typically starts at 02:02) and Past Hours is set to
    Best Answer

    Posted 09-20-2017 02:39 AM

    Hello

     

    • SLA Deadline Completion specifies the date and time when the current run of the SLA job completed. N/A is recorded if the actual completion time is not available.

    More details HERE

     

    Regards

    Jean Paul