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Using Control-M Command type

Using Control-M Command type

Using Control-M Command type

I'm new to Control-M running in Unix. I would like to schedule a job using the Command Task Type in Control-M but I'm having a hard time getting the right syntax in the command line. Here's what I'm using

/sigma/prod/wao2011/packaging/pack ./main.job ./tmp/packall.txt

main.job is where my script is and the packall.txt is the file I would like to use as the input file.


RE: Using Control-M Command type

Try using the full paths to each parameter (rather than using relative paths with the . on the front).


RE: Using Control-M Command type

Thanks Annihilannic. I will try that.

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