JP1 Version 12 JP1/Automatic Job Management System 3 Linkage Guide


This manual describes the linkage functionality of JP1/Automatic Job Management System 3 with other products (abbreviated hereafter to JP1/AJS3).

For details on the prerequisites before reading this manual, see the manual JP1/Automatic Job Management System 3 Overview.

Organization of this preface

■ Organization of this manual

This manual organized into the following chapters. The manual is a common reference for all supported operating systems. Any platform-dependent differences in functionality are noted in the manual.

1. Overview

Chapter 1 gives an overview of linking other products.

2. Linking Mail Systems

Chapter 2 describes how to link a mail system to send and receive mail.

3. Adding Custom Jobs

Chapter 3 describes how to add custom jobs to link other products.

4. Linking JP1/FTP

Chapter 4 describes how to link JP1/FTP to automatically transfer files.

5. Linking ERP Systems

Chapter 5 describes how to link ERP systems to automate ERP system processing.

6. Linking Mainframes Using JP1/OJE

Chapter 6 describes how to link JP1/OJE to execute mainframe processing.

7. Linking hp NonStop Server (Windows Only)

Chapter 7 describes how to link HP NonStop Server to execute jobs.

8. Linking JP1/Script

Chapter 8 describes how to execute a script file created with JP1/Script.

9. Setup for Linking JP1/NQSEXEC

Chapter 9 describes how to link JP1/NQSEXEC to enter jobs into JP1/NQSEXEC.

10. Monitoring Jobnets Using JP1/IM and JP1/IM2

Chapter 10 describes how to use JP1/IM and JP1/IM2 to monitor the execution state of JP1/AJS3.

11. Automatic Distribution Using JP1/Software Distribution

Chapter 11 describes how to use JP1/Software Distribution to distribute unit and calendar definition information.

12. Linking JP1/DH - AJE

Chapter 12 describes how to link JP1/DH - AJE to send and receive data to and from a JP1/DH - Server.

13. Linking JP1/PFM

Chapter 13 describes functionality that can be used, when JP1/AJS3 is linked with JP1/PFM, to examine the cause of a job delay or job failure that occurred because of a problem with system performance.