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PostPosted: 13 May 2009 9:11 
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Hi,
in this case you can use the %%LIBMEMSYM autoedit variable.

You must create one text file in a directory reside on the Control-M Server. This file must be accessible to CONTROL-M/Server.
Put in this file your variable and value.
This variable enables you to create a central file containing AutoEdit assignment statements that can be read by many job processing definitions.

See CONTROL-M Job Parameter and Variable Reference Guide for more details or you can find also answers in this forum.

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PostPosted: 15 May 2009 2:47 
Hi,

You can use too the GLOBAL AUTOEDIT variables.

Define in a first job (JOB-A) %%\LOADSTATUS=20

And use after, in a other job (JOB-B and JOB-C) %%PARM1=%%LOADSTATUS


See the same guide for more details.


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