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Vishnupriyan Pandiyan

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 2:39 am
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Hi All,

The below is from the CA support site.

Deadline Start Time (DLTM) calculation for Schedule Scanned jobs:
DLTM = DOTM - LDTM from the Schedule Job Edit (DB.2.1-E) screen is what Schedule scan is using to see if it is time for the job to be scanned in.
DTLM = DOTM - CLOCK-TIME from the DB.1 (JOB) screen is the calculation for the queue record (what you see when you do LQ type commands and what is used for LATE calculation and prompting.)

Here is my query:

In my shop I often gets the prompt for the LATE status of the jobs and tried to check them but the time calculation what they mentioned for DTLM is not matching with DEADLINE time when you issue LQ command.(plz refer the attachment)

DLTM = 1610 – 0010==>  1600
DTLM = 1610 – 0028 ==> 1542

But the DEADLINE time showing as 1537which is 5 mins lesser than the DTLM. Also I taken the another sample that also have that 5 mins difference.

Can some one please kindly suggest what I am missing in them ?

How that 5 mins difference is coming into the scene.

Thanks
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Robert Sample

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 3:05 am
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Would it not make a lot more sense to ask your question of the vendor? As long as your site is licensed for CA-7, you have the right to go to their support web site and get assistance directly from them. And since you are asking a question about something on their support web site, why on earth would you expect us -- who do not work for CA -- to be able to answer your question?
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dick scherrer

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 6:13 am
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Hello,

When you post info from a panel/screen, you should use copy/paste and apply the code tag.

As posted (jpg) it just looks cluttered.
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Vishnupriyan Pandiyan

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 03, 2013 6:41 pm
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Robert/Dick, Thanks for your suggestions further looking into it,this what I got from there.

In CA7 release 11.3

The late prompting is calculated like below.
Deadline Start Time calculation for schedule scanned jobs:
DLTM = DOTM - LDTM from the Schedule Job Edit (DB.2.1-E) panel is what schedule scan is using to see whether it is time to scan the into the queue. The queue record dates and times (as shown in LQ type commands and what is used for LATE calculation and prompting) are calculated as follows:

DLTM = DOTM - CLOCK-TIME from the DB.1 panel - 5 minutes

Whereas in CA7 release 3.3
The late prompting is calculated as
Deadline Start Time (DLTM) calculation for Schedule Scanned jobs:
DLTM = DOTM - LDTM from the Schedule Job Edit (DB.2.1-E) screen is what Schedule scan is using to see if it is time for the job to be scanned in.
DTLM = DOTM - CLOCK-TIME from the DB.1 (JOB) screen is the calculation for what is set in the queue record (what you see when you do LQ type commands and what is used for LATE calculation and prompting.)


This answers my question, so by making changes in clock-time helps in avoiding the LATE prompt message.
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