Setup AUTOSYS Commands bashrc file In this tutorial you will see how to setup AUTOSYS alias into bashrc file and include default instance on your profile on Linux box.
Edit AUTOSYS job Directly CA Workload Control Center In last few tutorial you saw how to insert, update and delete AUTOSYS jobs using command prompt. In this tutorial you will how to do same thing using CA Workload Control Center. … Continue reading
How Update AUTOSYS Job Example In AUTOSYS you could update the job same way what you do to create jobs. If you are not familiar how to create job below is sample command job which will create new job in … Continue reading
Create Global Variable AUTOSYS Example Its very common in AUTOSYS variable path, location, home directory etc.. are same for many jobs. So its wise decision to take out common attribute of similar jobs and create global veriable out of it … Continue reading
AUTOSYS Box Job Command Job Example AUTOSYS box is a group of jobs where many parameters are common between them by means of organizing jobs in group. For example if you have jobs where schedule start time, permissions, running times, … Continue reading
AutoSys CheatSheet Quick Reference While working with AutoSys either on Windows OR Unix environment, commands are same and you should have something handy to execute AutoSys command quickly on any mentioned environment. Below I will show you frequent sued command … Continue reading
AutoSys Alias Details Example If you use AutoSys frequently it is better to create alias for all frequently used commands so that every time you don’t need to type full commands get details. If you create Alias you could use … Continue reading
AutoSys Log Files Location Example Any job you create in Autosys should specify values for std_out_file and std_err_file because it is important in case if something goes wrong with AutoSys jobs. If you don’t specify then AutoSys job sends anything … Continue reading