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Not natively. Each Control-M server is it's own environment, resources under Control-M Server A belong there, Control-M Server B is another environment, and so on.
The way to pass dependencies is via the Global Conditions Server. However, there are ways around this (depending on how much work you want to do) -
1. QRs can be manipulated via the utility ecaqrtab. You could set a global condition from System A to System B that updates the QR as needed -
ecaqrtab ADD andys_tapedrive 1
or you could script something.
2. The Workload Policy feature is more modern way of controlling QRs, it also has a cli utility.
3. ctmloadset is another option.
4. If you just want to limit the load on a server, check Host Manager in the CCM. This is per environment also but if you limited the batch from all sources then it should help.
See this thread -
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Hello – you can easily do this using the Workload Policy approach.
I have had to do this between distributed and mainframe Control-M/Servers. Works great....
Please review the attached PowerPoint slide deck. Play it in Slide Show mode as one of the slides has animations.
I think this will help. It’s a lot easier than it appears. FYI - my jobs are both cyclical..