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Server Settings reference

The following server-related parameters are available for configuration.

These are the parameters that are returned by the config systemsettings:server::get API command.

You can set a new value for any of these parameters using the config systemsettings:server::set API command.

Parameter

Description

CTM_ADJUST_COND_SCOPE

Determines conditions of which unscheduled predecessor jobs to ignore in a folder.

Valid values:

  • AJF – Ignore predecessor jobs in the Active Jobs level. When selected, jobs in the folder ignore conditions set by jobs in Active Jobs that are not scheduled.
  • GROUP – Ignore predecessor jobs in the group level. When selected, jobs in the folder ignore conditions set by jobs in the folder that are not scheduled.

Default: GROUP

CTM_FOLDER_ADJUST_DUMMY

Controls creation of dummy jobs that run in place of unscheduled prerequisite jobs.

Valid values:

  • Y—A dummy job waits for the prerequisite conditions expected by the job that it is replacing, and performs the post processing of the job. When a folder is ordered, jobs in the folder that should not be ordered at this time are ordered as DUMMY jobs. This functionality is useful for data centers that require identical job flow regardless of whether certain jobs in a folder are ordered for a specific instance of the folder.
  • N—Out conditions of the jobs that were not ordered are ignored by the ordered jobs in the folder.

Default: Y

CTM_MULTIP_LIB_REPLACE

Indicates if AutoEdit variable %%MEMLIB overrides the MEMLIB value for all jobs in a folder with a command such as:

ctmorder -schedtab test2...-jobname "*" -autoedit %%MEMLIB d:/testdir

If you use the same command for a specific jobname, this parameter is ignored.

Valid values: Y, N

Default: N

CYCLIC_MAXWAIT

Indicates when Cyclic jobs or folders that have previously executed at least once, are removed from Active Jobs by the New Day procedure.

Valid values:

  • KEEP – each job is removed when MAXWAIT days have passed regardless of whether it ended OK.
  • NOT_KEEP – each job (non-cyclic and cyclic) is removed from Active Jobs at the next run of the New Day procedure. Cyclic jobs or folders are not removed if they are executing when the New Day procedure begins. Instead, they are removed at the run of the following New Day procedure.

Default: KEEP

CYCLIC_RERUN

If a Cyclic job or folder ends NOTOK and this parameter is set to OK, the Cyclic job or folder will be rerun. If set to NOTOK, the Cyclic job or folder will not be rerun.

Valid values: OK, NOTOK

Default: OK

ENABLE_AGENT_UTIL 

Enables support for server utilities that are available via the Agent. For information about these utilities, see Agent Utilities.

Note: If you are migrating from Control-M (on-prem) to Helix Control-M and have been using the ctmsec utility, all authorizations assigned through the ctmsec utility are NOT enforced after the migration. In such a case, BMC recommends that you do NOT enable the agent utilities (that is, keep the default ENABLE_AGENT_UTIL=N). If you still want to enable this parameter, first check whether your users are allowed to run these utilities.

Valid values: N, Y

Default: N

NOT_ORDERED_JOB_ALERT

Determines the type of Alert message to send when a job is not run due to scheduling criteria.

Valid values:

  • 0 – One General Alert per User Daily: ONE OR MORE JOBS IN DAILY <daily_name> DID NOT RUN
  • 1 – One Alert message per job: DAILY <daily_name> FAILED TO RUN JOBNAME <jobname>
  • 2 – Do not issue Alert messages

Default: 0

SCHED_NEGATIVE_SCOPE

Determines whether negative values take precedence over positive values in Week or Day parameters when defining a job schedule

Valid values:

  • 0
  • 1

Default: 1

SCHED_NON_EXIST_DAY

Determines whether to order a job on the next (>n) or previous (<n) working day, when DAYS is >n or <n, if n is a non-existing day for the specific month.

Valid values: N, Y

Default: N

VARIABLE_INC_SEC

Indicates which variables are sent to the agent for each submitted job.

Valid values:

  • SYSTEM—All the variables for each submitted job are sent to the agent. These include System, Global, SMART Folder, and Local variables.
  • GROUP—SMART Folder and Local variables are sent to the agent for each submitted job. System and Global variables are not sent.
  • LOCAL—Only Local variables are sent to the agent.

Default: LOCAL

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