HCL Workload Automation, Version 9.4

Quick steps to define an dynamic workload broker connection

Steps to take to create a connection to a supported dynamic workload broker engine.

The Dynamic Workload Console supports a single connection to one dynamic workload broker engine at any given time for each authorized user. A different connection is supported for each authorized user.

After logging in to the Dynamic Workload Console using the administrator user ID, or another user ID with assigned TDWBAdministrator or TDWBConfigurator roles, follow these steps to create an engine connection to a supported dynamic workload broker engine:

  1. In the Dynamic Workload Console, click dynamic workload broker to expand the tree.
  2. Select Configuration.
  3. Click Server connection.
  4. In the Server Connection specify:
    The host name of the dynamic workload broker you want to connect to.
    Non secure port
    The non-secure port to be used for connection.
    Secure port
    The secure port to be used for connection.
    Use Secure Connection
    Specify whether a secure connection must be used. For more information about security, see the Administration Guide.
    Optionally specify a different user for the server connection. The connection to the new server is enabled using the credentials of the user you specified. Each user has access to only one server connection.
    Specify the password for the authenticated user the connection applies to.
  5. Click OK to save your changes. The server connection you specified is enabled and is immediately effective.