Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Control-M New Day Process(NDP)

  • At a set time each day (defined during installation as the start of day at the site), CONTROL-M performs New Day processing, during which:
    • CONTROL-M performs a number of maintenance and cleanup functions that the operator would otherwise have to perform manually.
    • Job scheduling definitions are selected from the scheduling tables (based on their basic scheduling criteria) and are placed in the Active Jobs file. These jobs can then be submitted and tracked by the CONTROL-M monitor.
    • During New Day processing, jobs that have ended OK or whose retention period has expired according to job scheduling definition parameters are deleted from the Active Jobs file.
  • In simple terms "this loads all of the jobs that Control-M knows should run that day. Control-M does not necessarily know all of the jobs to run. it only knows the ones scheduled to run that day. In process of cleanup Control-M will clear all the jobs (ended OK, Deleted Jobs, Maxwait expired jobs, Eligible Failed jobs) except the jobs which are in Hold and Jobs which are having MAXWAIT". 
  • Note: The jobs which were ended OK will be retained for one day.

Monday, April 2, 2012

Understanding the flow diagram in AJF and Workspace

In the flow diagram, components of the environment (definition environment or active environment) are represented by node boxes. The information displayed in a node varies depending on the type of node and on customization options

Sunday, April 1, 2012

AJF (Active Job File)

In Control-M EM GUI, where you can see the currently running jobs for today is called AJF (Active Job File).

The CONTROL-M/Enterprise Manager window (AJF) consists of the following parts:

Ø  Navigation Tree – Hierarchical view of jobs in the current environment.

Ø  Flow Diagram – Graphic representation of job production flow, based on job dependencies established by prerequisite conditions specified in job processing definitions. Components of the active environment are represented by boxes called nodes. The information displayed in a node varies depending on the type of node and on how certain customization options.

Ø  Net Overview – Miniature version of the flow diagram, indicating the part of the network currently displayed in the Flow Diagram view. By ragging the selected area in this view to a different part of the network, you can quickly navigate in a complex environment.

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