HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Object type - cpu

The following table gives the additional access keywords required to work with cpus (includes workstations, domains, and workstation classes), other than those described in Table 1:

Table 1. Cpus - additional access keywords
Activity Access keywords required

Dynamic Workload Console

console View and send messages to the HCL Workload Automation conman console. console
deployconf Force update the monitoring configuration file for the event monitoring engine. start
fence Alter workstation job fences in the production plan. fence
limit cpu Alter workstation job limits in the production plan. limit
link Open workstation links. link
resetfta Generates an updated Sinfonia file and sends it to a fault-tolerant agent on which the Symphony file has corrupted. resetfta
showcpus Display workstations, domains and links in the plan. list
shutdown Shut down HCL Workload Automation processing. shutdown
start Start HCL Workload Automation processing. start
startappserver Start the application server. start
starteventprocessor Start the event processor server. start
startmon Start the event monitoring engine. start
stop Stop HCL Workload Automation processing. stop
stop;progressive Stop HCL Workload Automation processing progressively. stop
stopappserver Stop the application server. stop
stopeventprocessor Stop the event processor server. stop
stopmon Stop the event monitoring engine. stop
switcheventprocessor Switch the event processor server from the master domain manager to the backup master domain manager or vice versa. start, stop
switchmgr Switch the domain manager functionality to a workstation. start, stop
unlink Close workstation links. unlink
upgrade Install a fix pack or upgrade to a later version fault-tolerant agents and dynamic agents. manage
Startup Start HCL Workload Automation processing. start
Using the workload service assurance feature All activities For any user to perform any workload service assurance activities, the TWS_user must have the following access keywords: display, modify, list

Dynamic Workload Console

Use a File Monitor event on the workstation where the file resides. display
Note: If you plan to upgrade your environment from a previous version of HCL Workload Automation and use event-driven workload automation, you need to manually add the display access keyword to all workstations on which you plan to define File Monitor events.

For more information about event-driven workload automation, see Running event-driven workload automation.