with PREP_PROCESS_REPORT i can read the Report from an Object. Great !
I want to do this with Agents.
How can I ?
I searched in the Help and here in the forum but there is nothing compare to PREP_PROCESS_REPORT
in theory its simple, you could use PREP_PROCESS_REPORT as well to obtain Agent info via the Run ID of the agent object.
BUT - trying this you will end up with message:
U00020937 Runtime error in object 'SCRI.PREP_PROCESS_REPORT', line '00003'. It is not valid to access a report within a different client with PREP_PROCESS_REPORT.
Plan B fails (starting the script in CLT0) because you can't start any object in client0.
So plan C would be parsing the agent logfile with prep_process_file....
BTW. what info do you want to fnd in the agent logfile?
Could you tell the exact product name of the job scheduling manager? Then the right group of people will help you on your questions.
well, i am not sure if i understand your question correctly.
I use Automic Workload Engine 11.2.1 (ONE Automation 2015)
The community link for Automic is as below:
CA Automic Community
Please post your question there in the future. I will ask our admin to move your question this time.
oh ok - now i get why you asked that. Sorry - my mistake
thank you for the answer
Well, my goal is to read Infos like ie. 'ft_temp_file_ifs='
i could read the INI File with PREP_PROCESS_FILE but maybe i need some other infos from the Report.
The Report is a great summary of many Infos - not just the INI File.
I haven´t found a RunID like you did within your 'SCRI.PREP_PROCESS_REPORT'
i am reading the Agent Report not in the CLT0.
i thought there should be a way when i can do this with the GUI (AWI) / my mouse in a SCRI Object.
But maybe not
you're welcome :-)
The Agent's runid is a bit hidden either you grab in the DB via SQL or you look in the report Windows - at the Window header (Report: [Agent Name] : (RUNID)
One Breadcrumb that could help you are Agent Variables - some of them should be helpful for you
ok - thank you for your help
I cannot find the RunID in my Report Windows - either AIX nor Windows Server Reports does tell their RunID.
But even if i would have found it - i would receive your Error Message.
Greets - Thomas
Java UI - System Overview - Automation Engine (or Agents) - right-click on any Server Process (or Agent) - Report -
The Blue Headline says: B007 - Report [SYSTEMname#WP00X(HEREISYOURRUNID)]
If you want an older Runid Report - open Statistics - right-click on any Server Process (or Agent) - Report -
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