Planning Navigation

The following image shows the Planning domain interface:

The following table describes the tabs and functionality in the Planning domain interface:

Key

Name

Description

1

Home tab

Enables you to list all Workspaces, folders, sub-folders, and jobs as described in Creating a Workspace from Existing Jobs.

2

Workspace tab

Enables you to view an open Workspace, as described in Workspace Navigation.

3

Enables you to add a new Workspace, as described in Creating a Workspace and load from a file, as described in Loading Job Definitions from a File.

4

My Work

Enables you to list all your Workspaces, as described in Creating a Workspace.

5

Others Work

Enables you to list all the Workspaces created by other users. To edit these Workspaces, see Taking Ownership of the Workspace of Another User.

6

Folders and Jobs

Enables you to list all the folders, sub-folders, and jobs in your environment that you can use to add to a new Workspace, as described in Creating a Workspace from Existing Jobs.

7

Filter

Enables you to filter the Workspaces.

8

Refresh

Enables you to refresh the list of Workspaces.

9

Delete

Enables you to delete a Workspace.

Workspace Navigation

The following image shows the working environment of a Workspace:

The following table describes the working environment of a Workspace:

Area

Action

Description

Shortcut

 

1

Workspace Toolbar

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Save

Enables you to save your Workspace, as described in Creating a Workspace.

Ctrl + s

Validate

Enables you to validate your Workspace, as described in Workspaces.

Alt + v

Check In

Enables you to check in your Workspace, as described in Workspaces.

Alt + c

Run

Enables you to run your Workspace or folders, sub-folders, or jobs in your Workspace, as described in Running Jobs or a Workspace.

You can run selected jobs by pressing Alt + s

Alt + r

Load

Enables you to load folders and jobs, as described in Workspaces.

Alt + l

Unload

Enables you to unloads folders and jobs, as described in Workspaces.

Alt + u

Details

Enables you to open the Workspace Details pane to view and edit Workspace details, as described in Workspace Parameters.

Alt + d

Export

Enables you to export your Workspace (current version), as described in Exporting a Workspace.

Alt + x

Toggle

  • Map view

  • List view

  • Alt + m

  • Alt + g

Zoom

Zoom in / Zoom out

Ctrl +/-

 

2

Left Pane

 

Navigation

Enables you to list all the folders and jobs in your open Workspace, indicating the job type.

 

Find

Enables you to find jobs in your open Workspace based on parameters that you define, as described in Finding Jobs.

 

Update

Enables you to find and update jobs in your open Workspace based on parameters that you define, as described in Updating Jobs.

 

3

 

Center Pane Toolbar with jobs in a Tile View.

 

4

Right Pane

 

 

 

 

Summary

Enables you to view a summary of the selected job or folder.

 

Edit

Enables you to edit the parameters of the selected job or folder.

 

Edit > General

Enables you to edit the parameters that are specific to the job type, as described in Creating a Folder, Creating a Sub-Folder, and Creating a Job.

 

Edit > Scheduling

Enables you to edit the scheduling parameters, as described in Scheduling.

 

Edit > Prerequisites

Enables you to edit the prerequisite parameters required for the job to run, as described in Prerequisites.

 

Edit > Actions

Enables you to edit the post-processing parameters that Control-M must perform after a job runs, as described in Actions.

 

5

Bottom Pane

 

 

 

Validation

Enables you to view the errors that prevent checking in a Workspace, as described in Workspaces

 

Changes

Enables you to view any changes made to your Workspace.

 

Authorization

 

 

Run Report

Enables you to view if the Workspace ran successfully or failed after running jobs and folders, as described in Running Jobs or a Workspace.

 

Find Results

Enables you to view the results of finding jobs in your Workspace as described in Finding Jobs, or by using Quick Find in the main pane toolbar.

 

 

Center Pane Toolbar

The following table describes the actions you can perform in the Center Pane toolbar:

Button

Description

Shortcuts

Enables you to open the job palette and create a workspace.

 

Enables you to search for text in the job properties in the Workspace.

For a more advanced search, see Finding Jobs.

Ctrl + f

Enables you to rearrange the jobs in your Workspace.

 

Enables you to expand all collapsed folders and sub-folders in your Workspace.

 

Enables you to cut a job

Ctrl + x

Enables you to copy a job

Ctrl + c

Enables you to paste a job

Ctrl + v

Enables you to undo a change

Alt + z

Enables you to find the jobs that are in the neighborhood of the selected job.

Alt + n

Enables you to view the folder and jobs in Tile view.

 

Enables you to view the folders and jobs in a Table view.

 

Enables you to select a hierarchy view of the jobs and folders presented, by Application, Sub-application, or Server.

 

Delete

Enables you to delete a job

'Delete' button on keyboard

Tile View

The following image shows a folder and job workflow in a Tile view:

The following table describes the icons in a folder and job workflow in a Tile view:

Key

Description

1

Enables you to collapse or expand the folder or sub-folder.

2

Indicates that it is a folder or sub-folder.

3

Shows the name of the folder, sub-folder, or job.

4

Indicates the job type

5

Indicates that there are warnings or errors that prevent the job from being checked in.

6

Indicates whether the folder, sub-folder, or job has been modified.

If it is new, then appears.

7

Arrows indicating Events, as follows:

  • An arrow above the job or folder indicates that it waits for an event to execute.

  • An arrow below the job or folder indicates that it adds an event after execution.