EnterpriseSCHEDULE has Interfaces to suit any user’s need
And EnterpriseSCHEDULE has a legacy of quality clients that span the spectrum from the versatile MOTIF GUI to the powerful command line (using commands native to the operating system) to the MCL menu system for OpenVMS.
The EnterpriseSCHEDULE for Windows interface features an assortment of valuable modules that makes working in the job scheduling environment faster and easier than ever before. From the familiar Explorer view to the powerful Job Layout window, it was designed to make scheduling jobs a breeze.
Easy to use Job Explorer
Combines familiar Windows Explorer techniques with the EnterpriseSCHEDULE job database
The EnterpriseSCHEDULE for Windows Explorer provides a familiar interface when working with jobs, scheduling calendars, programming variables and other objects used within EnterpriseSCHEDULE. Objects may be dragged and dropped between folders, between servers on other nodes, across platforms and into the Layout Display. Jobs and other objects may be modified within the Explorer, copied to other folders, deleted, renamed and many other functions.
Additionally all scheduling activity can be implemented and monitored from the Explorer view. Jobs may be submitted, stopped, delayed and released, restarted and recompleted. Jobs activity may be monitored by job, folder or node.
Powerful Layout Displays
Set up simple or elaborate job streams and control, modify and monitor job activity.
Real Time Interactive Job Activity Monitor
Powerful performance and event monitor that can alert you to important job milestones
Monitoring job activity has never been easier or more informative than in EnterpriseSCHEDULE for Windows 6.0. Job Activity can be monitored from a variety of levels within the monitor window. As jobs progress through their critical states, the Job monitor window shows you the state of that particular job, how many resources that are being consumed and whether the job is experiencing delays, holds or failures. You can bring up the job status in a seperate window and monitor a graphical view of it’s activity.
The State Monitor Window gives you a picture of what jobs are in a particular state. For instance if you notice a lot of jobs in the “Waiting for Resources” state, it may trigger you to check the availability of the resources. Job states such as “Waiting to start” and “Completed successfully” can also be monitored to get an overall picture of job activity.
The EnterpriseSCHEDULE Web Client allows you to maintain job sets, control job submissions and view job status from a browser anywhere in the world. The program is installed on a Microsoft Windows IIS server and can access any Windows server on your network regardless of platform. The web interface provides remote management of EnterpriseSCHEDULE servers. View job status, reports, event logs and trigger jobs on remote computers.
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