For each task, complete the specified task properties view. All tasks have Node Name and Description fields. Each Task Node has the following individual properties:
Script Execution Properties
- New or Existing
- Choose New to add a new script or Existing to see available script actions that were added with the Ecosystem Configuration portlet.
The following information automatically fills in when you choose an existing script. For new scripts, enter the following:
- Script Action
- Enter a unique name for the script action.
- Host Name
- Enter the host name where the script is located.
- Enter your username. The script should be executable with the User and Password combination.
- Enter your password.
- Enter the script name (full path). For example, /opt/sampleScript/sampleExerun_job_xyz.sh.
- Script Params
- Enter any script parameters that are required. These are input parameters that can be passed to the script if needed.
- Log File
- Enter the full path and filename of a log file to create it. Later the log file will appear with a timestamp. You can download this file.
Table Validation Properties
- Click to select a table for validation. You see a list of databases that were added with the Ecosystem Configuration portlet.
- The database selection fills in the table name.
- Click to select a table validation. Then select a table validation or click to add a new table validation.
Data Mover Properties
- DM Daemon
- Select a Data Mover Daemon. This shows a list of DMC servers with DM enabled job control that were added with the Ecosystem Configuration portlet. This server must have the Data Mover REST component correctly configured and running.
- DM Job ID
- Select a Data Mover Job ID. This shows a list of DM jobs for the Daemon selected.
- Log File
- Click the box to create a log file with the results.
- Email Action
- Click to select an email action.
The following information automatically fills if previously created. You can edit or complete missing fields.
- Enter an email subject.
- Enter the contents of the email.
Unity Task Properties
Ecosystem Manager must be configured to work with Unity.
- Unity Operation
- Select an operation. Control a Unity server with the following actions: Activate, Deactivate, Demote, Freeze, Halt, Promote, and Recover. These operations let you resolve high availability issues.
- Click to select a database. Only databases set up with Unity-managed tables appear.
The following information is automatically filled in: Unity Table, TDPIDList, Active Unity Server, User, Standby Unity Server, and User.