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by fyot
11 Oct 2006 4:58
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: How to simulate Global condition feature between 2 CTM/Srv
Replies: 3
Views: 3620

Hi Mamy, This is another idea. If you give some rights between your Control-M Servers to be able to run rexec or rsh, or something like that. It will be simple to create a script to execute ctmcontb on the both server in the same time with the same parameters. No need to add antother Control-M agent...
by fyot
10 Oct 2006 8:11
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: How to simulate Global condition feature between 2 CTM/Srv
Replies: 3
Views: 3620

Hi, It's not so simple. There is a solution, may be. Create a job waiting for the condition from the first Control-M Server. That job could execute ctmcondb command on the second Control-M Server to add the same condition. To do that, of course you need to install a Control-M Agent on the box where ...
by fyot
06 Oct 2006 9:08
Forum: Reporting
Topic: Job stat reporting...
Replies: 2
Views: 3393

Hi,

Normally if you use the same version, database diagram is exactly the same. Nevertheless, if you change from Control-M 2.2.4 to 6.x you will have some issues. Fields and Tables changed.

You could find Database Posters on that site in download part.
by fyot
03 Oct 2006 4:43
Forum: Control-M Enterprise Manager
Topic: New Information about version 6.3.01
Replies: 0
Views: 1929

New Information about version 6.3.01

Some informations about “Control-M Enterprise Manager version 6.3.01” from BMC Software.

1 - What's news with Control-M 6.3.01
2 - Control-M Tips and Tricks

Those files are downloadables too from scheduler-usage.com.
by fyot
02 Oct 2006 4:52
Forum: Control-M Control Module
Topic: AdvancedFileTransfer - Create Timestamp on Filenames
Replies: 10
Views: 3161

Hi Thomas

Try this example

\\servername\sharename\.%%YEAR.%%MONTH\.%%DAY\.%%TIME\filename..xml
by fyot
29 Sep 2006 7:14
Forum: Control-M Control Module
Topic: AdvancedFileTransfer - Create Timestamp on Filenames
Replies: 10
Views: 3161

Hi,

You can use AUTOEDIT variables in your filename like that example:

%%YEAR%%MONTH%%DAY.filename.txt

You could find AUTOEDIT Variables in Control-M User Guide
by fyot
27 Sep 2006 8:58
Forum: Control-M Agents
Topic: Joker Characters on Filewatch or File-Transfer
Replies: 5
Views: 1630

Hi,

Control-M documentation books are availables on that site.
See following Download part.

Regards
by fyot
25 Sep 2006 3:02
Forum: Control-M Agents
Topic: Joker Characters on Filewatch or File-Transfer
Replies: 5
Views: 1630

Hi,

There is information existing in Control-M Server Administrator guide

To use character * or ? enclose the full path name in quotation marks (for example, ?/ctm/a*.txt?. If a file name in a Rules file contains a wildcard, the filename should not be enclosed in quotation marks.
by fyot
22 Sep 2006 3:02
Forum: Control-M Server
Topic: Installing ControlM Server with MSSQL server
Replies: 6
Views: 7421

Hi Sorry I did a mistake about sql.ini If you install Control-M Server on the same server than MS SQL Server you don't need to install MS SQL Client. So be carefull MS SQL Server 2005 is not supported for Control-M Server 6.1.03 or 6.2.01. Only MQ SQL 2000 in English. Before to launch your install p...
by fyot
22 Sep 2006 7:09
Forum: Control-M Server
Topic: Installing ControlM Server with MSSQL server
Replies: 6
Views: 7421

Hi,

You need SQL Client installed where you want to install your Control-M Server and defined the SQL Server name and its ip address.

You must find a sql.ini file on your server, including all those informations.
by fyot
16 Sep 2006 11:31
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: RERUN a job from yesterday
Replies: 2
Views: 2239

Hi,

Instead to use %%OMONTH or %%ODATE variables, if you want to test you file through system date you could use %%MONTH or %%DATE.

example : filename%%MONTH.%%DAY
by fyot
11 Sep 2006 5:20
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: Managing multiple jobs and reporting on status.
Replies: 6
Views: 3942

Hi,

You will find all Control-M documentation in the Download part on this site.
You could find ctmfw description.

There is an example for the Control-M agent version 6.1.03.
by fyot
10 Sep 2006 11:05
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: Managing multiple jobs and reporting on status.
Replies: 6
Views: 3942

Hi, I didn't say you could find %%FILESIZE, but you can create it. AUTOEDIT vars can't pars anything, but you can add external information using %%LIBMEMSYM function and to create your own AUTOEDIT variables. So in your case, if you want just to wait information concerning file arrival, you can crea...
by fyot
09 Sep 2006 12:02
Forum: Exploitation / Operation
Topic: Managing multiple jobs and reporting on status.
Replies: 6
Views: 3942

Hi, There are some ideas to do that work. This is only one, using ctmcreate utility existing with each Control-M agent. 1 - Create an ftp job template with all parameters you will need. Create in that template an AUTOEDIT variables list that will contain your different information like: %%FTPFILE fi...
by fyot
07 Sep 2006 11:08
Forum: Control-M Agents
Topic: Communication Protocol Version of CONTROL-M/Agent
Replies: 11
Views: 8639

Communication Protocol Version of CONTROL-M/Agent

There is some information about Communication Protocol Version of CONTROL-M/Agent. Using Control-M Server 6.1.x or 6.2.x with oldest Control-M Agent you need to modify Communication Protocol Version on Control-M Server Use ctm_menu on Control-M Server: - Select Parameter Customization menu then - Pa...