Presentation on theme: "Using Appworx to Schedule Jobs in Banner Joyce Feimer - IT Services Analyst and Eric Raznick- Director, ITS San Mateo County Community College District."— Presentation transcript:
Using Appworx to Schedule Jobs in Banner Joyce Feimer - IT Services Analyst and Eric Raznick- Director, ITS San Mateo County Community College District
Appworx @ SMCCD Live with Banner 7 - Student, HR, Fin Aid, Finance, Other products: Xtender, SARS, Ad Astra, Hyperion (Brio), etc.. Using Banner since version 1! Now using IBM AIX (Unix)
Appworx @ SMCCD Why we wanted an automated Job Scheduler… –Had been on VMS for many years Really liked “single threaded queues” Didn’t have a lot of background in Unix shell scripts (cron is icky!) Wanted something designed to work with Banner Ability to monitor the jobs as they are running You don’t have to feed it!
Appworx @ SMCCD Type of jobs we run from Appworx: Nightly feeds (sfrfasc, sfpfaud, tgrfeed, tgrappl, furfeed, etc..) Hourly Shell scripts (stats, moving files around) External Application Extracts Warehouse jobs Daily Statistical Reports “Clean-up” scripts Creation of “static web pages” Baseline Banner jobs!
# 05 18 * * * /usr/local/admin/backups/dbbackup > /var/tmp/dbbackup.log 2>&1 # 09 17 * * * /untar.shl >/var/tmp/untar.log 2>&1 # 42 14 * * * /usr/local/admin/clone_PROD_PPRD.shl >/var/tmp/clone_PPRD.log 2>&1 # 39 17 * * * su - oracle -c /u09/exports/impPROD.shl >/u09/impPROD.log 2>&1 # 54 16 * * * su - oracle -c /u01/oracle/admin/PROD/create/PROD.sh >/u01/tmp/PRO D.log 2>&1 #end Colby # # Ted - PPRD no longer on LUCY since ban7 go LIVE! # Clone PPRD on Sunday using the most resent backup ##00 07 * * 0 /usr/local/admin/backups/rman_dbdup0_pprd.shl >/usr/local/admin/lo gs/rman_dbdup0_pprd.log 2>&1 # # Check for posting errors 5,25,45 8-19 * * 1-6 su - operfin -c "/usr/local/admin/chk_posting.shl PROD" >/v ar/tmp/chk_posting.log 2>&1 # # Restart Finance SleepWake to load output files into database for review 00 11,15 * * * su - operfin -c "/usr/local/admin/restart_slwk_db.shl PROD" >/var /tmp/restart_slwk_db.log 2>&1 # # Stop the Finance SleepWake processes 00 22 * * * su - operfin -c "/usr/local/admin/stop_slwk_db.shl PROD" >/var/tmp/
Important Things to Know… If you copy the database – be careful… In Chains - consideration of the “Predecessor” Actions are really important! (Success, Failure, Complete, etc) Does not use the path statement the same way – you need to make sure you are pointed at the right version of executables.
Questions??? Suggestions??? Many thanks from Eric & Joyce email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org