HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Maintaining dependencies across different scheduling environments

You can create relationships between jobs even when the jobs run in different scheduling environments.

A cross dependency is a dependency of a local job on a remote job running in a different scheduling environment. It is achieved by using a shadow job, which runs in the same environment as the local job and maps the remote job processing.

The scenarios in this section demonstrate how you can migrate a workload to run in two different scheduling environments, maintaining any dependencies created between jobs, as well as a scenario that demonstrates how you can synchronize the workload of two scheduling environments.