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Version 7.7 Documentation
|Quick Start Guide for Solaris (download)
Download installation and quick start tutorial for those using the software for the first time.
|Reference Manual for Solaris
Complete guide to EnterpriseSCHEDULE including introduction to the software, advanced scheduling techniques, job processing, command reference and much more.
|Release Notes for Solaris
Latest release notes includes installation notes and latest revisions.
|Commonly used Job Stream (workflow) Concepts - Describes some commonly used Job Stream (workflow) Concepts such as using a job as building block and creating a top down flow with a centralized starting point to control the Job Stream rescheduling, segmenting activity, job tasks, into sequential processing, parallel processing, fanning out, fanning in, when to use initiate dependencies, when to use prerequisite dependencies, propagating global data through the Job Stream (workflow),|
|Resources and End Actions - This guide documents Resources and End Actions in EnterpriseSCHEDULE. Using resources you can program a variety of advanced logic into your jobs including job switching which allows you to turn off sections of jobs by setting a variable and job intersection which lets you determine whether the job will run based on the value of an integer.|
|EnterpriseSCHEDULE Preprocessing - This guide documents how to use Preprocessing in EnterpriseSCHEDULE to add dynamic substitution of data each time a job runs.|
|Using expect for keystroke automation in EnterpriseSCHEDULE - Job Commands using expect is a powerful feature of EnterpriseSCHEDULE. Jobs can invoke several types of scripts. expect is one of those powerful options on a Job's "submit" property page. In this article we will explore how to create scripts, record menu sessions into scripts, and additional methods for expanding your job tool kit|
|Using Job Prototypes in EnterpriseSCHEDULE - Job prototyping is powerful feature of EnterpriseSCHEDULE. It is specifically designed to simplify how jobs are viewed and created. In this article the tools and methods that are available are discussed. These features are available inside the Windows GUI client.|
|Integrating EnterpriseSCHEDULE with HP Operations Manager - This guide documents the facilities to integrate EnterpriseSCHEDULE into HP Operations Manager Software for Windows (formerly known as HP OpenView Operations for Windows). Job and server messages can optionally be sent to HP Operations Manager to be processed and displayed in accordance with policies provided.|