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 Post subject: Updatedef Utility
PostPosted: 24 Oct 2012 6:03 
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Has anyone tried to us 'updatedef' to update muplitple jobs? I an update one job at a time, but I need to be able to make multiple updates (not mass update, as the time parameter is going to be different for each job).

Here is my xml file. There seems to be a problem at the second <JOB> section.

<DOCTYPE>
<UPDATE>
<JOB>
<DATACENTER>
<JOBNAME>
<TIMEFROM>
</JOB>
<JOB>
<DATACENTER>
<JOBNAME>
<TIMEFROM>
</JOB>
</UPDATE>


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PostPosted: 27 Oct 2012 5:46 
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To update many jobs, use the xml file.
If you have version 6.4 or following:
- save the draft in xml
- open it with a test editor
- do the updates
- open the modified files in controlM desktop and check if all is as required
- write and upload modified tables

If you has a version 6.3 or 6.2:
- use the exportdeftable utility to have a xml file
- modify it
- use the deftable utility to write the table in Em
- open it loading in controlm desktop
- check if all is ok
- upload the modified tables


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PostPosted: 06 Dec 2012 5:48 
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mauriziog wrote:
To update many jobs, use the xml file.
If you have version 6.4 or following:
- save the draft in xml
- open it with a test editor
- do the updates
- open the modified files in controlM desktop and check if all is as required
- write and upload modified tables

If you has a version 6.3 or 6.2:
- use the exportdeftable utility to have a xml file
- modify it
- use the deftable utility to write the table in Em
- open it loading in controlm desktop
- check if all is ok
- upload the modified tables









your nice replay. thanks


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