HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Who should read this publication

Describes the type of user who should read the documentation.

This publication provides information about how to create alternative interfaces to HCL Workload Automation and IBM Workload Scheduler for z/OS than those provided with the product.

The reader of this book should be an application programmer expert in Java™ or web services (as appropriate), who has a reasonable understanding of the HCL Workload Automation infrastructure and its inter-component interactions, or the manager of such a person, who wants to better understand what you can achieve using the application programming interfaces.

The publication assumes that the application programmer is experienced at creating these types of interface. It also assumes that any product knowledge required to program the API or the web services interface is obtained from the product documentation. This publication does not attempt to explain any of the HCL Workload Automation concepts, procedures, and practices to which it refers.

This book also contains information useful to the IT administrator and the HCL Workload Automation IT administrator, for planning purposes.