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PostPosted: 23 Apr 2007 10:32 
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Bonjour a tous,

Je souhaite lancer un ex?cutable (classe Java) sur un frontal Linux en cluster ? partir de CTRLM.

Est-ce possible ? et comment ? faut-il appeler par http une page html sur le linux, elle m?me lan?ant l'ex?cutable ?

Merci de votre aide.


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PostPosted: 24 Apr 2007 10:05 
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Hi,

Evreything is possible with Control-M :wink:
If your server have a Control-M Agent you can launch all executables.
So it exist a special Control-M Module concerning JAVA.


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PostPosted: 26 Apr 2007 10:40 
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Ok thanks for your answer !!

I find the doc.

Have a good day.


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PostPosted: 18 Jun 2007 5:40 
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You can lauch the java program as it is: like you do it in command line;
or using the cm for java lauching the java class or a particular metod in a java class....

But for lauching a java class is not necessary to have a CM for Java, just lauch it with all parameters that you want !

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