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Message Posted: Thu, 17 Jan 2002 @ 15:49:24 GMT


     
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Subj:   Re: Schedule Unix script by Teradata Manager
 
From:   Charles Farley

Okay-

I see that your OS on the box you want to schedule on is Windows, but the script you named was cc_check.sh, that's a unix shell script that runs in an interpreter, are you using MKSToolkit for a shell on the Win box, or are you trying to schedule a job on the Windows box that executes from a unix box? If so, there are a number of products that you can buy, for a price, that will do cross platform scheds and such, Maestro from Hummingbird and others. However, if youare scheduling a unix box from a Win box, to execute on the unix box, I'd say keep it simple, and use cron the unix box, less likelihood for mishaps.

I agree, I don't like to overuse cron, the crontabs become crowded and messy, but sometimes free and straight forward are the best way. I'm guessing that you would like to centralize/consolidate all of your maintenance and such on the Win box with TdataManager on it, in that case, I would suggest getting MKSToolkit or something that can do shell interp, you can then run your shell scripts on the Win box as well....

gratzi,

loadc



     
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