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The user wants to file watch for files (based based on the calendar date) and potentially watch for a week (launching a new file watcher just after midnight daily). The "post processing" in Control-M only supports a maximum of triggering after 999 minutes, so I can only think of running ctmjobkill based on output from ctmpsm, i.e. -
ctmpsm -LISTALL ODAT MEMNAME | grep adrccr300
0000p86n adrccr300 JOB 20150205 Executin 0002 >
and then taking out anything older than a week (20150130 and older) and killing that. Does anybody have a better way? Can jobs be displayed based on execution duration?