Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Control-M Job Actions


Actions that can be performed on jobs:


Action
Description
Confirm
Confirm the job.
Delete
Delete the job.
Documentation
View the job's documentation.
Edit JCL/Script
Edit the job's JCL or job script statements.

Enhanced Why
View the predecessor’s jobs and Group Scheduling table for a selected job or Group Scheduling table. It is selectable only from Flow Diagram.
Force OK
Set the job status to OK.
Free
Free the job.
Hold
Hold the job.
Kill
Terminate the job and its associated processes.
Log
View log messages for the job.
Reactivate
[OS/390] Reactivate post-processing for the selected job.
Rerun
Rerun the job.
Restart
[OS/390] Restart the job using CONTROL-R.
Statistics
View statistics of the job's latest runs.
Undelete
Undelete the deleted job.
View JCL/Script
View the job's JCL or job script statements.
Sysout
View the job's Sysouts.
Why
Determine why the job has not yet been executed.

Menu options can be disabled in specific situations.

For example:

  •  The Why option is disabled when the job is executing or has completed.
  •  The Hold option is disabled when the job is already held.
  •  All options (excluding the Properties option) are disabled when communication is temporarily not synchronized.
  •  When any one of these actions is selected, CONTROL-M/EM accesses and/or updates the relevant CONTROL-M installation's database.


Before updating a job's details, you must HOLD the job. After updating, you can FREE the job.

3 comments:

balaram papana said...

Hi,

i have few jobs, and daily i need to check the status of jobs and note down their start time and completion time, and put them in a report for report generation and metrics purpose, is there any way i can get the job start time and end time to my mail , so that i can their timings in the report directly ? please help me on this.

Mahi said...

You can use Reporting Facility generate a report and schedule the job in Control-M to get the report as an attachment.

Unknown said...

How to automatically kill a job in ControlM if it exceeds x hours

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