I believe that the "Job_ID" is the PID of the Control-M Job, not of the Windows process, but if you need to kill the Windows process, can you kill the Control-M Job and kill both.
look in the "\Program Files\BMC Software\CONTROL-M Agent\Default\PROCID\".
There is a file with the PID on Windows S.O
The PROCID there is the same as the Job ID from Control m, not a process ID from windows, thx anyway
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The Job_ID is different from the process ID from windows, what I'm looking is to map Job_ID to process ID, is there a way to do that? Thx.
In windows i do it with the tasklist command, but if you work with virtual machines is impossible.
Yes, the control - m agent is running on a virtual machines, so no way to map them together... Thanks