autosys command(autorep) from command prompt

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Old 09-15-2011
autosys command(autorep) from command prompt


I am using AUTOSYS GUI based tool. But I want to get the job status from the UNIX command prompt.

1.	I want to execute only autorep command in the UNIX command prompt. 
       If need to execute this command what are the settings need to do that. 
2.	Is it possible for executing this command if you have GUI based autosys tool.
3.	Do we need any permission to access this command in the UNIX command prompt?
4.	Any other settings required for to access this command. 

I have searched in the forums but I am unable to find the relevant information.
Any help greatly appreciated.

Thanks -onesuri

# 2  
Old 09-15-2011
Just try from the autosys unix box.

autorep -J JobName

# 3  
Old 09-15-2011
Thanks for the response.

i have tried the below command to get the status of the job

autorep -J temp_auto_cust_job -d

Error: autorep not found

i am able to see the all the jobs in the GUI autosys tool.
I want to know how to check from the UNIX command prompt.

Based on the above error i can understand we can't able to connect to the autorep command. But i want to connect the command from the UNIX command prompt. For this do i need to do any settings or to get some permissions.

Any help greatly appreciated.
Thanks -onesuri
# 4  
Old 09-15-2011
gui autosys tool also executes and get the output of autorep command.

it seems like, you are not in correct server. (autosys server)

otherwise, can you check /opt/autosys folder exists in your unix machine or not
# 5  
Old 09-16-2011
Yes your right. the autosys server is different.
Error message : /opt/autosys is not found

What is the configuration need to set up for connecting to execute that command from anther server.

Thanks -Any help greatly appriciated.
# 6  
Old 09-16-2011
We execute the autorep command in ssh

ssh user@system "autorep -j jobname"

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