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Workload Scheduler for Applications Version 8.6 User s Guide SC Workload Scheduler for Applications Version 8.6 User s Guide SC Note Before using this information and the product it
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Workload Scheduler for Applications Version 8.6 User s Guide SC Workload Scheduler for Applications Version 8.6 User s Guide SC Note Before using this information and the product it supports, read the information in Notices. This edition applies to ersion 8, release 6, modification leel 0 of IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications (program number 5698-WSE) and to all subsequent releases and modifications until otherwise indicated in new editions. This edition replaces SC Copyright IBM Corporation 2003, US Goernment Users Restricted Rights Use, duplication or disclosure restricted by GSA ADP Schedule Contract with IBM Corp. Contents Figures ii Tables ix About this Publication xi What is new in this release xi Who should read this publication xi Publications xi Accessibility xi Tioli technical training xii Support information xii How to read syntax diagrams xii Part 1. Common installation and configuration tasks Product oeriew Supported agent workstations Installing, upgrading, and uninstalling IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications Planning the installation Installing Upgrading Uninstalling Configuring IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications Setting options with the Option Editor Defining supported agent workstations Defining jobs for supported agents Submitting jobs Configuring FIPS mode Installing and uninstalling IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications Plug-ins Planning the installation Installing Uninstalling Part 2. Oracle E-Business Suite access method Introducing Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for Oracle E-Business Suite Software requirements Features Roles and responsibilities Interface software Configuring the Oracle E-Business Suite access method Defining the configuration options Defining Oracle E-Business Suite jobs Defining jobs in Oracle E-Business Suite Defining Oracle E-Business Suite jobs in Tioli Workload Scheduler Tioli Workload Scheduler and Oracle E-Business Suite job states Part 3. PeopleSoft access method Introducing Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for PeopleSoft Software requirements Features Roles and responsibilities Scheduling process for the PeopleSoft supported agents PeopleSoft job tracking in Tioli Workload Scheduler Security Configuring the PeopleSoft access method Defining the configuration options Creating a batch processing ID in PeopleSoft.. 64 Configuring the ITWS_PSXA PeopleSoft project 64 Uploading the PeopleSoft project Defining PeopleSoft jobs Defining PeopleSoft jobs in Tioli Workload Scheduler Configuring the job status mapping policy Part 4. SAP R/3 access method Introducing Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for SAP Software requirements Features Scheduling process for the agent workstation hosting the r3batch access method Roles and responsibilities Configuring user authorization (Security file).. 78 Unicode support Configuring the SAP R/3 enironment Oeriew Creating the IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler RFC user Creating the authorization profile for the Tioli Workload Scheduler user Copying the correction and transport files Importing ABAP/4 function modules into SAP R/ Changing the Tioli Workload Scheduler RFC user ID password Securing data communication Migrating from preious ersions Print parameter and job class issues Configuring the SAP R/3 access method Defining the configuration options Configuration options usage Connecting to the SAP system Configuring SAP eent monitoring Defining SAP jobs Creating SAP Standard R/3 jobs from the Dynamic Workload Console Setting the SAP data connection Copyright IBM Corp. 2003, 2012 iii Managing SAP ariants using the Dynamic Workload Console Editing a standard SAP job Task string to define SAP jobs Managing SAP jobs Displaying details about a standard SAP job Verifying the status of a standard SAP job Deleting a standard SAP job from the SAP database Balancing SAP workload using serer groups 125 Mapping between Tioli Workload Scheduler and SAP job states Managing spools Killing an SAP job instance Raising an SAP eent Rerunning a standard SAP job Defining SAP jobs dynamically Task string to define SAP jobs dynamically Specifying job parameters using ariable substitution Examples: Dynamically defining and updating SAP jobs Defining conditions and criteria Example: Defining which raised eents to log 147 Using the BDC Wait option Job interception and parent-child features Implementing job interception The parent-child feature Using Business Information Warehouse Business Warehouse components Defining user authorizations to manage SAP R/3 Business Warehouse InfoPackages and process chains Managing SAP R/3 Business Warehouse InfoPackages and process chains Job throttling feature Business scenario Software prerequisites Setting and using job throttling Sending data from job throttling to the CCMS Monitoring Architecture Exporting SAP R/3 factory calendars Business scenario Exporting and importing SAP R/3 factory calendars Defining internetwork dependencies and eent rules based on SAP R/3 background eents Defining internetwork dependencies based on SAP background eents Defining internetwork dependencies based on SAP background eents with the Dynamic Workload Console Defining eent rules based on SAP background eents Setting a filter for SAP background eents in the security file Defining eent rules based on IDoc records Business scenario Creating eent rules based on IDocs Examples of eent rules based on IDocs Defining eent rules based on CCMS Monitoring Architecture alerts Business scenarios Creating eent rules based on CCMS alerts Getting alert status and committing alerts by an external task Example of an eent rule based on CCMS alerts 206 National Language support Setting National Language support options SAP R/3 supported code pages Part 5. z/os access method Introducing Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for z/os Software requirements Features Roles and responsibilities Installing, configuring, and uninstalling the z/os gateway Additional information Downloading z/os gateway fixes from FTP Locating product support Configuring the z/os access method Defining the configuration options Defining jobs in z/os Defining z/os jobs in Tioli Workload Scheduler Reference information Technical oeriew Diagnostic information Troubleshooting Part 6. Managing InfoSphere DataStage jobs Oeriew Business scenario Software requirements Tasks Roles and responsibilities Customizing Tioli Workload Scheduler to run InfoSphere DataStage jobs Defining a Tioli Workload Scheduler job to run an InfoSphere DataStage job Defining a Tioli Workload Scheduler job to run an InfoSphere DataStage job by using composer. 238 Defining Tioli Workload Scheduler jobs to run InfoSphere DataStage jobs by using the Dynamic Workload Console Scheduling and submitting job streams for InfoSphere DataStage jobs Monitoring InfoSphere DataStage jobs Mapping between Tioli Workload Scheduler and InfoSphere DataStage job statuses Analyzing the job log Analyzing the InfoSphere DataStage job properties 246 Part 7. Managing Cognos reports Oeriew Business scenario Software requirements i IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications: User s Guide Tasks Roles and responsibilities Customizing Tioli Workload Scheduler to run Cognos reports Configuring the agent to use Cognos in SSL Defining a Tioli Workload Scheduler job to run a Cognos report Defining jobs by using composer Defining jobs by using the Dynamic Workload Console Specifying the parameter format for date, time, and time stamp Specifying parameterized filters Scheduling and submitting job streams for Cognos reports Monitoring Tioli Workload Scheduler jobs that run Cognos reports Mapping between job statuses and Cognos report statuses Analyzing the job log Monitoring SAP PI Channel jobs Mapping between Tioli Workload Scheduler and SAP PI Channel job statuses Analyzing the job log Part 9. Common sericeability The return code mapping feature Creating a return code mapping file Return code mapping for psagent and MCMAGENT Return code mapping for r3batch Configuring the tracing utility Customizing the.properties file Configuration file example for the SAP access method Troubleshooting Analyzing return codes for silent installation 283 Known installation problems Other known problems Troubleshooting the SAP R/3 connection Part 8. Managing SAP PI channel jobs 267 Oeriew Business scenario Software requirements Tasks Roles and responsibilities Assigning J2EE roles Configuring external control Defining a Tioli Workload Scheduler job that runs an SAP PI Channel job Defining a Tioli Workload Scheduler job that runs an SAP PI Channel job by using composer. 269 Defining Tioli Workload Scheduler jobs to run SAP PI Channel jobs by using the Dynamic Workload Console Submitting Tioli Workload Scheduler job streams for SAP PI Channel jobs Notices Notices and information Libmsg Apache Jakarta ORO ISMP Installer (InstallShield 10.50x) JXML CODE InfoZip CODE HSQL Code HP-UX Runtime Enironment, for the Jaa 2 Platform Trademarks Index Contents i IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications: User s Guide Figures 1. Supported agents configuration The Option Editor Defining an Extended Agent workstation Defining an Extended Agent job for end-to-end scheduling The Variant List panel The Variant Information page of the Variant List panel The Raise Eent panel The Table Criteria panel The Table Criteria panel Dynamic Workload Console - Table of results Dynamic Workload Console - Details of a process chain job Managing high priority IDocs oeriew A monitor and its MTEs - SAP AG All rights resered Name and description of an MTE - SAP AG All rights resered Copyright IBM Corp. 2003, 2012 ii iii IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications: User s Guide Tables 1. Installation log files Options to perform a silent installation Upgrade wizard log files Options to perform a silent installation Uninstallation log files Options to perform a silent uninstallation How to complete the extended agents definition Installation log files Options to perform a silent installation Uninstallation log files Options to perform a silent uninstallation Roles and responsibilities in Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for Oracle E-Business Suite MCMAGENT access method options Task string parameters for Oracle E-Business Suite jobs Tioli Workload Scheduler and Oracle E-Business Suite job states Roles and responsibilities in Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for PeopleSoft Psagent access method options Task string parameters for PeopleSoft jobs Relationship between the run status, the distribution status, and the Tioli Workload Scheduler job status Relationship between the run status and the Tioli Workload Scheduler job status SAP R/3 support packages SAP Business Warehouse support packages SAP Remote Function Call libraries Supported SAP Basis ersions and support packages Supported SAP Basis ersions and support packages Supported SAP Basis ersions and support packages Supported SAP Basis ersions and support packages Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for SAP features Roles and responsibilities in Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for SAP Access keywords for actiities with SAP scheduling objects ABAP/4 modules installed according to the SAP release ABAP/4 modules contents r3batch global configuration options r3batch local configuration options r3batch common configuration options Placeholders and counters for extended ariants Task string parameters for SAP jobs Status transitions in Tioli Workload Scheduler (internal status) and the corresponding SAP R/3 status Task string parameters for SAP jobs (dynamic definition) Supported attributes for ABAP step definition Supported attributes for external programs and external commands step definition Placeholders for job interception template files Task string parameters for SAP R/3 jobs Actions performed when you rerun a process chain job Parameters to define an SAP internetwork dependency Internetwork dependency definition and possible resolution History table of the SAP eents raised SAP eent matching with the eent rule defined History table of the SAP eents raised SAP eents matching with the eent rule defined Tioli Workload Scheduler fields used to define eent rules based on IDocs Tioli Workload Scheduler fields used to define correlation rules for IDoc eents Parameters of IDOCEentGenerated eent type Standard outbound IDoc statuses Standard inbound IDoc statuses Mapping between root context MTE name and Tioli Workload Scheduler fields Mapping between summary context MTE name and Tioli Workload Scheduler fields Mapping between object MTE name and Tioli Workload Scheduler fields Mapping between attribute MTE name and Tioli Workload Scheduler fields Alert properties for correlations SAP R/3 supported code pages Additional z/os software requirements Roles and responsibilities in Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for z/os SYSTSIN ariables File characteristics for obtaining the gateway fix pack files by FTP File characteristics for the LOADLIB file after receiing it File characteristics for the SAMPLIB file after receiing it Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications for z/os access method options JES job states with respect to Tioli Workload Scheduler Copyright IBM Corp. 2003, 2012 ix 70. Tioli Workload Scheduler for z/os operation states with respect to Tioli Workload Scheduler Tioli Workload Scheduler for z/os operation occurrence states with respect to Tioli Workload Scheduler Roles and responsibilities in Tioli Workload Scheduler for InfoSphere DataStage Properties to run InfoSphere DataStage jobs Required and optional attributes for the job definition of InfoSphere DataStage jobs Mapping between Tioli Workload Scheduler and InfoSphere DataStage job statuses Roles and responsibilities in Tioli Workload Scheduler for Cognos Properties for running Cognos reports Required and optional attributes for the definition of jobs running Cognos reports Examples to use for parameters of date, time, and time stamp formats Mapping between job statuses and Cognos report statuses Required and optional attributes for the job definition of SAP PI Channel jobs Mapping between Tioli Workload Scheduler and SAP PI Channel job statuses Job states and return codes for the Oracle E-Business Suite access method Job states and return codes for the PeopleSoft access method Default InstallAnywhere error messages InstallAnywhere error messages for methods and plug-ins installation Known installation problems Miscellaneous troubleshooting items x IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications: User s Guide About this Publication What is new in this release The IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications: User's Guide proides information about how to install, set up, and use the IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler access methods that run and control jobs of the following applications: Oracle E-Business Suite PeopleSoft SAP R/3 z/os For information about the new and changed functions in this release, see Tioli Workload Automation: Oeriew. For information about the APARs that this release addresses, see the IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications Download Document at Except for editorial changes, updates to this edition are marked with a ertical bar to the left of the change. Who should read this publication This publication is intended for job schedulers who intend to run and control jobs of the applications with IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler. Users of this publication should hae some knowledge of: IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler Dynamic Workload Console The specific application enironment Publications Full details of Tioli Workload Scheduler publications can be found in Tioli Workload Automation: Publications. This document also contains information on the conentions used in the publications. Accessibility A glossary of terms used in the product can be found in Tioli Workload Automation: Glossary. Both of these are in the Information Center as separate publications. Accessibility features help users with a physical disability, such as restricted mobility or limited ision, to use software products successfully. With this product, you can use assistie technologies to hear and naigate the interface. You can also use the keyboard instead of the mouse to operate all features of the graphical user interface. For full information with respect to the Dynamic Workload Console, see the Accessibility Appendix in the Tioli Workload Scheduler User s Guide and Reference. Copyright IBM Corp. 2003, 2012 xi Tioli technical training Support information How to read syntax diagrams For Tioli technical training information, refer to the following IBM Tioli Education Web site: If you hae a problem with your IBM software, you want to resole it quickly. IBM proides the following ways for you to obtain the support you need: Online Go to the IBM Software Support site at support/probsub.html and follow the instructions. IBM Support Assistant The IBM Support Assistant (ISA) is a free local software sericeability workbench that helps you resole questions and problems with IBM software products. The ISA proides quick access to support-related information and sericeability tools for problem determination. Locate and download the Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications Add-on and use the IBM Support Assistant interface to benefit from concurrent search, media iewer, guided troubleshooter, diagnostic tools, data collectors, serice request submission, and other features. To install the ISA software, go to Note: To locate and download the add-on, use the IBM Support Assistant's interface. Full instructions about how to use the application and add-on are proided within the interface. Add-ons are aailable at release leel at the following URL: &uid=swg ). IBM Support Assistant Lite To quickly collect diagnostic files to sole problems faster. This is a special offering of the IBM Support Assistant that contains only the data collection component customized for a specific product. IBM Support Assistant Lite proides quick deployment of IBM Support Assistant data collection tool. It is customized to automate product-specific data collection. You can run ISA Lite to do data collection without eer installing ISA or the ISA add-on. For more information about ISA, see the corresponding section IBM Support Assistant in Tioli Workload Scheduler Troubleshooting Guide. Troubleshooting Guide For more information about resoling problems, see the problem determination information for Tioli Workload Scheduler. Throughout this publication, syntax is described in diagrams like the one shown here, which describes the SRSTAT command: SRSTAT ' resource name ' OPCA SUBSYS ( subsystem name ) MSTR xii IBM Tioli Workload Scheduler for Applications: User s Guide KEEP AVAIL ( RESET ) NO YES KEEP DEVIATION ( amount ) RESET KEEP QUANTITY ( amount ) RESET YES CREATE ( NO ) 0 TRACE ( trace leel ) The symbols hae these meanings: The statement begins here. The statement is continued on the next line. The statement is continued from a preious line. The statement ends here. Read the syntax diagrams from left to right and from top to bottom, following the path of the line. These are the conentions used in the diagrams: Required items appear on the horizontal line (main path): STATEMENT required item Optional items appear below the main path: STATEMENT optional item An arrow returning to the left aboe the item indicates an item that you can repeat. If a separator is required between items, it is shown on the repeat arrow. STATEMENT, repeatable item If you can choose from two or more items, they appear ertically in a stack. If you must choose one of the items, one item of the stack appears on the main path: STATEMENT required choice 1 required choice 2 About this Publication xiii If choosing one of the items is optional, the entire stack appears below the main path: STATEMENT optional choice 1 optional choice 2 A repeat arrow aboe a stack indicates that you ca
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