Why are the ordered Control-M jobs have a random set of numerical suffix appended or added to their in and out conditions?

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    PRODUCT:

    Control-M/Enterprise Manager


    COMPONENT:

    Control-M/Enterprise Manager


    APPLIES TO:

    BMC Control-M/Enterprise Manager V8 and above



    QUESTION:

    Question:
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    Why are the ordered Control-M jobs have a random set of numerical suffix appended to their in and out conditions?
    - Why are some Control-M jobs with conditions appended with some number to their in and out conditions which are not part of the job definition?
    - Why are the Control-M Job conditions added with some number at the end?
     


    ANSWER:

     

    Legacy ID:KA418932

      

    Solution:
    - When manually ordering a set of Control-M jobs and enable the option "Order as independent flow" on the Order window, the in/out conditions between the new jobs that are ordered will have an added suffix.
    - This is to prevent the conditions of this set of Control-M jobs to interfere with any jobs that may already be on the active environment.
    - This is a preventive design of the "Order as independent flow" option and will only occur if the same set of jobs are manually ordered more than once and enables the "Order as independent flow" option.

      
      

     


    Article Number:

    000017198


    Article Type:

    FAQ/Procedural



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