Are process watches only passive? Is their only purpose mainly for filtering processes for easy viewing and reporting? Can they be more active as in executing a task if the process being watched enters into a blocked state for example?
Process Watch objects are special CA IT PAM objects that enable you to view all CA IT PAM operations related to a particular category of ownership. For example, a data warehouse team would require access to a Process Watch object containing shortcuts to all extract, transform, and load (processes) for populating data warehouses.
For more information, you may refer the document CA IT Process Automation Manager Best Practices , page number 27.
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