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Top Forums UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users mailx in kornshell script passing return code to CA-Unicenter Post 20216 by Connie on Tuesday 23rd of April 2002 08:45:49 AM
Old 04-23-2002
We have discovered that there is a setting within CA-Unicenter that will fix this problem. The following 2 configuation changes where made in CA-Unicenter:

instructs CAIENF to consider a job as completed when the main process of the job has completed. We have used this for jobs such as starting a database, the database pid remains active, yet the script that started them can end.

enfcontrol JOB RC EXITMAIN
The control option JOB RC indicates that the exit return code presented by CAIENF to the Unicenter-TNG Workload Management component is the exit code of the main process (shell script).

So essentially CA-Unicenter has been configured to only accept the exit code from the main process script.


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