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Tutorials for TPX, Netview, UEJM, Lotus, Remedy, Peregrin

 
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chattogokul

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 10:08 am    Post subject: Tutorials for TPX, Netview, UEJM, Lotus, Remedy, Peregrin
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Hi all,

Sorry I've posted in Job Vacancy....

Can anyone send the tutorials or some links for TPX, Netview, UEJM,Lotus Notes, Remedy, Peregrine, Autosys, Appworx please? Let me know the purpose of those tools.

Thanks in advance.

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superk

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 4:48 pm    Post subject: Re: Tutorials for TPX,Netview,UEJM, LotusNotes, Remedy, Pere
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TPX is CA Unicenter CA-TPX Session Management: www.ca.com. This is a session manager.
Netview is IBM Tivoli NetView: www.ibm.com. This is a network monitor and automation tool.
UEJM is CA Unicenter Enterprise Job Management: www.ca.com.
Lotus Notes is IBM Lotus Notes: www.ibm.com.
Remedy is a product of BMC: www.bmc.com. This is a Help Desk and Problem Management tool.
Peregrine is a product of Peregrine Systems: www.peregrine.com. This is a Help Desk, Problem Management, and Change control tool.
Autosys is CA Unicenter AutoSys Job Management: www.ca.com.
Appworx: www.appworx.com.
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chattogokul

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 5:35 pm    Post subject: Thanks alot
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Hi,

Got the message.. But did't get any details about that tools that I've mentioned. Need more.. about working principles. Can u suggest plz If u have more about that.

Thanks in advance
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priya

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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2005 8:00 pm    Post subject:
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Sorry I've posted in Job Vacancy....


That's why you got one warning!!!

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TPX,Netview,UEJM, LotusNotes, Remedy, Peregrin


This are not IBM Tools... Moving to Other Mainframe Related Topics with one more warning...(?)
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superk

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 4:49 am    Post subject: Re: Tutorials for TPX, Netview, UEJM, Lotus, Remedy, Peregri
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Also, Lotus Notes, Remedy, Peregrine, Autosys, and Appworx are NOT mainframe products and really shouldn't be discussed in a mainframe forum.

I would suggest that you directly contact the appropriate companies sales and/or support teams for more in-depth details on these products.

You happen to be in luck in the fact that I am out of the office all this week to attend a training session for CA Unicenter Autosys Job Management. This is a server (Unix or Windows) based product that is used to schedule and track jobs across the distributed enterprise. It uses an event tracker (i.e. a database) and event processors to start and track process on remote agents. The remote agents are installed on the distributed machines and are responsible for tracking the progress of the jobs executing on that machine. The agents report the appropriate status (STARTED, RUNNING, COMPLETED, FAILED, etc.) back to the tracker. An operator console is used to track the overall status of the schedules, and a web interface is also available .
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chattogokul

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 11:02 am    Post subject: Thank U!! Nice to hear this!!
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Hi Superk,

Nice to hear about all of those details. Really that was very helpful and quite enough to gather more details.

Thanks alot.

With Regards
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chattogokul

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 08, 2005 11:07 am    Post subject: Thank U!! Nice to hear this!!
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Hi Priya,

Ofcourse I've posted in wrong side I got warning message.. Again I got another one.. oh! Little bit confused and disappointed. icon_confused.gif icon_sad.gif .. Anyway thanks for ur kind suggestion. But still I don't know the rules of this forum icon_wink.gif .

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But still I don't know the rules of this forum


Dont' worry. I have removed all the Warnings given for You. Please read the Forum Rules from here...

http://ibmmainframes.com/board_rules.php
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