Summary of enhancements, fixes, and open issues.
Includes steps to acquire, install, deploy and configure your product.
An overview of features and basic use of the product.
The Workstation Toolkit appears when you launch Workstation from the Microsoft Windows Start menu or double-click the Workstation icon on your desktop. The Workstation Toolkit features a menu bar and buttons that represent shortcuts to the Workstation components. To start and access any Workstation component, you must use the Workstation Toolkit.
The Connection Manager is the component of you use to connect to CA Workload Automation ESP Edition. You must connect to CA Workload Automation ESP Edition before you can use five of six components. They are the Calendar Manager, Event Manager, Report Manager, SAP Tools, and Workload Director. You can use the Workload Editor offline without connecting, but you must connect to upload definitions to CA Workload Automation ESP Edition.
This section provides information about the Workload Editor.
The Calendar Manager component of Workstation is where you can create calendars or view existing calendars. A calendar is a collection of holiday definitions, special days, and special periods that are unique to your installation. Once you have set up a calendar that fits your needs, you can use it when scheduling events.
The Event Manager enables you to create and maintain events. You control what actions events perform and when events are to perform them.
The Workload Director component of is used to monitor and control active applications, subapplications, and jobs. You can view your workload with a graphical display or a text-based display. Colors can be used to indicate the different processing states an application or job is in. There is also a Line Mode Interface to enter any CA WA ESP Edition commands.
With Workstation, you can create history reports that contain details about the progress of jobs and application-level information when each application completes. Information in the history files, defined by the administrator or installer, provides the basis for the reports.
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