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PostPosted: 20 Aug 2013 12:01 
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In the 'Prerequisite Conditions' panel, a COND Name was deleted; but I'm not sure which name was deleted. Is there a syslog or a Report Facility I can run to find out which COND Name was deleted.

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PostPosted: 22 Sep 2013 10:10 
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Hi,
Did you find any solution for this?
I too have this same problem now


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PostPosted: 02 Oct 2013 1:22 
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Hajsha Posted: 13-8-1, 11:3:3 Post subject:

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Question: Did you find any solution for this?
I too have this same problem now

Answer: Yes, I found a solution for this. The ctmlog utility command is what I used. The ctmlog utility command is exactly what I needed to find an EVENT (deletes, add, modify, etc.).

The following command produces a report of all EVENT entries in the Control-M Log between 9:00am, August 21 2013 and 10:00am, August 21, 2013

ctmlog list 20130821 0900 20130821 1000
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The ctmlog utility creates a report from entries in the CONTROL-M log or deletes entries in the CONTROL-M log. Specify one of the following commands to invoke the ctmlog utility:

ctmlog <action> <actionOption> \
<fromDate> <fromTime> <toDate> <toTime> \
[<output> [<reportWidth>] ]
ctmlog <action> <actionOption> "*" \
[<output> [<reportWidth>] ]

If you have the authority to issue the 'ctmlog' command, you will get a report immediately; if you don't have the authority, have your Control-M Admin., create a CTMLOG report for you...

Hope this helps!!!

LadyLike....


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PostPosted: 02 Oct 2013 12:02 
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look for ZOOM AND SAVE operation entries in AUDIT db for the specific job..


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