There is a command in ROBOT that will automatically capture your batch
command and create a job schedule entry for you. That command is
RBTSTRLRN. When you execute this command it will start the Robot Learning
process. Any batch job you execute, the variables and job settings will
be captured by Robot. It will then create a job schedule entry and
present you with the screens to modify as needed.
Once you have completed setting up the Robot jobs you'll want to execute
RBTENDLRN so that Robot will stop capturing your batch jobs.
If you have any questions you can feel free to contact me off line.
Norman K. Boyd
Showa Aluminum Corp. of America
"Mazek, Aaron" <Aaron.Mazek@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent by: bpcs-l-bounces+norman.boyd=showaaluminum.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx
03/12/2008 11:35 AM
Please respond to
BPCS ERP System <bpcs-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
[BPCS-L] Running SYS130D via Robot/Command Line
I'm relatively new to BPCS and the AS/400, so forgive me on the things
that might be common knowledge that I don't know.
I'm trying to run SYS130D, "Security Master Listing", via a command line
in Robot (a job scheduler) without user interactivity.
Essentially, when I run the program normally I get a display screen and
it asks if I want to run it Interactively or in Batch (1 and 0
respectively). Here's the call from the job log.
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