Manual Abort Operation Rules

Manual Abort Operation rules enable you define another operation to be performed when the Control-M job is requested to be killed. You can define what happens the job fails or succeeds. For example, you may want to define what happens when you kill a job which is currently executing. When you kill a job while the step is running if the manual abort operation is not defined, usually the default behavior stops the command.

The following procedures describe how to define a Command Line, Web Service or REST API manual abort operation rule to the Execution Operation.