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RSMONASSISTANCE

Has anyone used RSMONASSISTANCE program to help monitor automatically whether all jobs are successful? The help says the following which sounds like it has potential:

"The monitor assistant can run in the background and analyzes all the requests. Should it discover an error, it automatically informs one or more of the peolple responsible."

But all I can get it to do is to turn jobs red if they have dumped or timed out. I would like to use it to trigger emails to one or more people for those infoPackages and process chains that don't already have email functionality upon failure set up.

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  • Posted on Jan 13, 2005 at 08:01 AM

    Hi Kevin,

    why do you say "trigger emails to one or more people for those infoPackages and process chains that don't already have email functionality upon failure set up"? Why not using standard functionality?

    Best Regards

    GFV

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    • I have, say, 1500 infoPackages set up, some in process chains, some in infoPackage groups. This would indeed be our long term goal, but I am looking for a way to quickly let a few people on my team know if there are any problems while we work through the bigger task.

      Plus, this is functionlity that is listed in the IMG, so it is not a "hidden" program.

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