HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Configuring properties

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You can set two types of properties to configure your HCL Workload Automation runtime environment, properties that are set on the master domain manager and affect processing on all workstations in the HCL Workload Automation network, and properties that are set locally on a workstation and affect processing on that workstation only. The former are managed using the HCL Workload Automation command line program named optman, and the latter you define locally on the workstation by customizing the configuration files useropts, localopts, and jobmanrc.

For more information on how to use the optman command line to manage global options and about local options defined in the localopts file, refer to Administration Guide.

For more information about the local options defined in the useropts file, refer to Setting up options for using the user interfaces.