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PostPosted: 02 Jan 2013 9:52 
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Hi all,



Is there a way to get job dependancy documnet or visio diagram using Contrl-M desktop or any other client tools.

I'm able to get only the job list from desktop.But I need them in the order of their dependancy.





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Naresh.


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PostPosted: 03 Jan 2013 10:14 
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Have a look at VISUALjob for Control-M:

http://www.apsware.com/control-m-soluti ... control-m/


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PostPosted: 04 Jan 2013 10:36 
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Hi,

i am using Graphviz for creating pdf's, svg's, etc. from the ctm table-definitions.

The steps to get a diagram are

1) create a xml file from the ctm-table
2) convert the xml-file to a graphviz .dot file
3) create the diagram

The program (Java and Jaxb) used in step2 will be open source. Actual it is in beta state. Drop me a line if you are interested to try out this solution.

regrads


vnaresh wrote:
Is there a way to get job dependancy documnet or visio diagram using Contrl-M desktop or any other client tools.


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Hello KlaBueBaer,

I am really interested to try out your solution, can you please elaborate in detail the steps.

Thanks


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Hello again,

sos-berlin.com/doc/en/CTM to GraphViz.pdf

This is the docu for the utility. All informations needed to install and run you can find in the pdf mentioned above. The source is included in the download zip.

Comments, suggestions are welcome.

have fun.

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