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Export control-m jobs to flow chart easily
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Author:  corem [ 11 Jul 2014 8:44 ]
Post subject:  Re: A new user interface

dayspring wrote:
We have introduced a new GUI for Job Flow. Kindly take a look at it and give your valuable feedback. You can download Job Flow from http://www.dayspringlabs.com

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Hi

This is very very nice, just one problem i am getting, when i convert a table of jobs with no dependenicies between the jobs, once it is converted, it links all the jobs, shown that they are dependant on each other in the html

Author:  dayspring [ 31 Jul 2014 10:39 ]
Post subject:  Re: Export control-m jobs to flow chart easily

Hi corem,

It should work now.

We have updated the Job Flow to show start time in the job details. Kindly download the latest software from http://www.dayspringlabs.com/thank-you

Let us know if everything works for you.

Thanks,

John

Author:  nirasm [ 05 Mar 2015 5:54 ]
Post subject:  Re: Export control-m jobs to flow chart easily

Hi John@Dayspring,

I happened to find this applciation and have been testing on my exported xml dafts.
Firstly,I appreciate for such a simple,robust and neat application.

In my case,it is somehow not working on xmls of larger size(around 1.3MB and have around 730 jobs),For a smaller set of jobs,it works perfectly.

Is there any setting to tweak?

Thanks,
Ram

Author:  dayspring [ 05 Mar 2015 7:51 ]
Post subject:  Re: Export control-m jobs to flow chart easily

Hi Ram,

Thank you for your feedback.

Job flow can handle more than 1500 jobs. The current version of Job Flow does not support jobs spanned across multiple datacenters. This feature will be added in our future release.

Also, one of the reason we build Job Flow was to make sharing the job flow and job information easily with your team members. Maintaining a excel sheet was clumsy and difficult.

Are you sure your jobs belong to single datacenter?

Thanks,

John

Author:  nirasm [ 05 Mar 2015 2:11 ]
Post subject:  Re: Export control-m jobs to flow chart easily

Hi John - Yes,the jobs in xml are part of only one datacenter and smart Folder.

Thanks

Author:  nirasm [ 09 Mar 2015 5:01 ]
Post subject:  Re: Export control-m jobs to flow chart easily

Also,we have another issue where one of our xml draft is producing the desired html but the PNG formt for the same is getting cropped to the right.The xml has around 730 jobs that are part of one smart fodler and DC.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

Author:  dayspring [ 10 Mar 2015 5:57 ]
Post subject:  Re: Export control-m jobs to flow chart easily

Hi Ram,

Can you try playing with the PNG settings in Settings screen?

Try decreasing the image quality and zoom factor.

Thanks,

John

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