HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Terminal output

The shell variables named MAESTROLINES and MAESTROCOLUMNS determine the output to your computer. The variables are defined in the tws_env script, which you run before running command line commands. If either variable is not set, the standard shell variables, LINES and COLUMNS, are used. At the end of each screen page, composer does not pause at the end of a page. If MAESTROLINES (or LINES) is set to a positive number, composer prompts to continue.

Depending on the value set in the MAESTROCOLUMNS local variable, two different sets of information are displayed about the selected object. There are two possibilities:
  • MAESTROCOLUMNS < 120 characters
  • MAESTROCOLUMNS >= 120 characters

The value set in the MAESTROCOLUMNS local variable cannot be higher than 1024.

Refer to Table 1 and Table 1 to learn about the different output formats.