RE: [Control-X] ctmcreate used?
You can use Control-M utility CTMORDER or CTMCREATE or CTMDEFINE to kickoff job to control-m.
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From: Jיrפme DEMEULLE [mailto:JDemeulle@...]
Sent: Friday, January 30, 2004 11:56 PM
Subject: RE: [Control-X] ctmcreate used?
Do a job waiting a condition and use ctmcontb to post manually this condition (the user running ctmcontb should have $CONTROLM set).
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Envoyé : vendredi 30 janvier 2004 20:33
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Objet : [Control-X] ctmcreate used?
I have a request from a application group to execute a script on a
solaris platform based on the user community updating. They want a
batch process to be executed when the user updates data. I'm using
They can't use ctmfw because they don't want to create a file and
then process the file and rename the file after they are done
processing but they want something outside of the control-m to
kickoff or force a job to the AJF.
So far the only thing I can find is ctmcreate. Does anybody use this
and do you have an example.
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