HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Message number

HCL Workload Automation message numbers have a standard format.

HCL Workload Automation message numbers (codes) have the following format: AWS<component code><numeric identifier><severity>, where the parts of the message are as follows:

The product prefix. This value is used for all HCL Workload Automation messages, except those of the z/OS® Connector, which use EQQ (the product code for IBM Workload Scheduler for z/OS).
<component code>
The three-digit (occasionally two-digit) alphabetic code for the HCL Workload Automation component, for example "BAT".
<numeric identifier>
A three-digit (occasionally four-digit) numeric identifier that is unique within any combination of prefix and component code.
The severity indicator, as follows:
Informational: Informational messages provide users with information or feedback about normal events that have occurred or are occurring, or request information from users in cases where the outcome is not negative, regardless of the response.
  • The status request is processing.
  • The files were successfully transferred.
  • Do you want to save your output in file a or in file b?
Note: Informational messages issued by HCL Workload Automation are not documented in this guide because they are complete in themselves and require no further information or explanation. This also applies to informational messages giving the usage of the product’s commands. If you require more information than is given on the screen, see User's Guide and Reference.
Warning: Warning messages indicate that potentially undesirable conditions have occurred or could occur, but the program can continue. Warning messages often ask users to make decisions before processing continues.
  • The replay table could not be sent. The link to Agent_name proceeds with a reduced replay protocol.
  • A file already exists with the same name. Do you want to overwrite this file?
Error: Error messages indicate problems that require intervention or correction before the program can continue.
  • The specified file could not be found.
  • You are out of space on the x drive. The file cannot be saved to this drive.

An example of an error message number is: AWSBAT003E.