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PostPosted: 19 Nov 2012 11:43 
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Can someone tell how to get the number of jobs defined in Control M?


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PostPosted: 20 Nov 2012 8:30 
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Ok thanks for that info. But if you dont have access to the database is there any way to get the job count in ControlM?


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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2012 9:37 
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Download all the tables via the Table Manager and save all the tables in one local file. Then open the file and do a count on a tag like </JOB>. This tag should only appear once per job, so a count of this should tell you how many jobs you have. You could also do a serach on "Dummy" and this would tell you how many jobs are dummied.


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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2012 12:33 
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If you want to have the detail of the "task type" like dummy/job/command, you can also use the Reporting Facility.

I've tried now: in the template Report "definitions/job Definitions" you can select the field "Task Type" and group by this field. So in the report there are all the dummies jobs.

Is interesting because is a frequent question and a usefull information.

There is also reports based on the active jobs; in this reports there are only the number of jobs, commands, dummies, aft jobs, etc. are the Forecat Analisis/WorkLoad or in "general/Extreme Picks".

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