HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Scheduling and submitting job streams for Oracle E-Business Suite jobs

You schedule HCL Workload Automation Oracle E-Business Suite jobs by defining them in job streams.

See Scheduling and submitting jobs and job streams for information about how to schedule and submit jobs and job streams using the various interfaces available with the product.

After you define an HCL Workload Automation for Oracle E-Business Suite job, you add it to a job stream with all the necessary scheduling arguments and submit it. After submission, when the job is running and is reported in EXEC status in HCL Workload Automation, you can stop it if necessary, by using the kill command. The kill command stops the job in HCL Workload Automation, but not in the Oracle E-Business Suite environment.

If the HCL Workload Automation agent becomes unavailable when you submit the HCL Workload Automation for Oracle E-Business Suite job or while the job is running, HCL Workload Automation collects the job log when the agent restarts and assigns the Error or ABEND status to the job.

For information about monitoring jobs and job streams, see Monitoring HCL Workload Automation jobs.

For information about analyzing the job log, see Analyzing the job log.