This documentation supports the 9.1 to 9.1 Service Pack 3 version and its patches of BMC Atrium Core. The documentation for version 9.1.04 and its patches is available here.

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Running a job in Atrium Integrator Spoon

If you edited or created your job in Atrium Integrator Spoon, you can run it in Atrium Integrator Spoon.


Perform the following steps for Atrium Core versions 9.1.03 and later.

To run a job in Atrium Integrator Spoon 

  1. Open your job.
    For more information, see Opening Atrium Integrator job or transformation.
  2. Click Run.
    The Execute a job window opens, as shown in the following figure. 

    Running a job in Atrium Integrator Spoon


  3. Specify logging details.
    BMC recommends that you set this to Rowlevel so that it is easy to find errors.
  4. Click Launch.
    The job begins running, and the details are displayed in the Executing Results section of the Atrium Integrator Spoon window.


Perform the following steps for Atrium Core version 9.1 to 9.1.02 only.

To run a job in Atrium Integrator Spoon 

  1. Open your job.
    For more information, see Opening Atrium Integrator job or transformation.
  2. Click Run .
    The Execute a job window opens, as shown in the following figure. 

     Running a job in Atrium Integrator Spoon 


  3. Specify whether you want to run the job locally or remotely. If you want to run the job remotely, specify the remote host.
  4. Specify logging details.
    BMC recommends that you set this to Rowlevel so that it is easy to find errors.
  5. Click Launch.
    The job begins running, and the details are displayed in the Executing Results section of the Atrium Integrator Spoon window.



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Comments

  1. Jan Sierens

    The screenshot shows the execute remotely option. This option doesn't seem to be available anymore in 9.1 and is not displayed. BMC Support told us we need to setup a cluster for remote execution but that is not the same as the transactions are split according the clustering scheme.

    Dec 20, 2017 02:43
    1. Nidhi Das

      Hello Jan,

      I will discuss this with the concerned SME and will write back to you.

      Regards,
      Nidhi

      Dec 20, 2017 04:48
    1. Nidhi Das

      Hello Jan,

      Thank you for pointing out this issue. I have updated the screenshot. As per the SME whatever the BMC Support has recommended is correct regarding the clusters.

      Regards,
      Nidhi

      Jan 08, 2018 03:44