Production support for Ab Initio Graph

How do you do production support for Graph?
How do you check whether graph is completed successfully or not (is it $? of unix?)
What are different return values?

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sitharaju

  • Mar 10th, 2009
 

How do you do production support for Graph?
If the graph failed in the production, usually we get emergency access to see the failure, then analyse the failure, if it is a code bug, then we go back to development env and fix the bug, test it then deploy back to production and run.
How do you check whether graph is completed successfully or not (is it $? of unix?)
$mpjret = 0 then success if it is 1 then fail.

What are different return values?

0 and 1
0 is success
1 is failure
$? return status of last executed command

sham2sushil

  • Apr 27th, 2010
 

If you running the Abinitio ksh file then you have to check the status using $? .

$mpjret is using in  the end script of the abinitio to check the abintio mp runs sucessfully or not.

--Shambhu

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